I too am a long-time Daily Candy aficionado. Living in a big city, there's so much available, so I rely upon Daily Candy to "filter" the noise and tell me what's up - whether it be telling me about the new restaurant in town or what specific event I should attend this weekend. What's impressive about Daily Candy is that even though it's grown significantly since its inception is that it hasn't lost focus. The editing - selection of what to feature - is great. I especially like that each e-mail is short. Daily Candy consumes only a few seconds of my day, and yet it's like a spoon full of sugar, and helps the early morning go down. Bad pun, I know. I'll try harder next time.
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DailyCandy, a free daily e-mail newsletter and website, is the insider's guide to what's hot, new, and undiscovered — from fashion and style to gadgets and travel.
The email newsletter Daily Candy was founded by Dany Levy in March 2000 and has gone through several hands, shifting from Bob Pittman's Pilot Group Ventures in 2003, then to Comcast in August of 2008. What started as an insider newsletter for trends and sample sales for the New York area, Daily Candy has spread to other US cities: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Miami, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington D.C and London. DailyCandy gives you the scoop on everything from the latest styles to must have gadgets to the hottest restaurants.