The MAR Blog

What has America's top Lifestyle Expert been up to this week?
We are always inspired - and sometimes even surprised--by what he shares. With so many interesting people, places and projects in his universe, LIFE ON MAR'S has something for everyone.

He'll tell you where he's been, what he's doing, what he's seen and what he's up to next. Up close and personal.

Lights, camera, action! Being no stranger to award ceremonies and red carpet events, last night’s “The 2017 Douglas Elliman Ellie's Awards” was surprisingly new and exciting to me. The grandness of the production, the enormous...
Howdy, my MAR tians! Since you're a MAR tian, you already know my hit TV series "Life on Mar's: The Home Makeover Show" is out of this world. Did you know: now it's available around the world, too? It's true. "Life on...
I am thrilled to be able to share some of the behind the scenes progress for season two of “Life on Mar’s: The Home Makeover Show.” My good friend and area artist, Joe Malfettone, is designing some fantastic, new title animations!...
February may be one of the coldest months outside, but inside it is one of the warmest. This month means many things to many people. To some, it is synonymous with Valentine's Day. It is also Black History Month and let's not forget (...
Hello MARtians TGIF! No matter where I am, I am always looking for the next big thing. Little did I know, the next big thing is not big at all. Lately, small is replacing oversized, overdone and out of scale when it comes to living spaces and designs. Truth be told, my focus for season two of “Life on Mar’s: The Home Makeover Show” is transforming six smaller homes with big style, big designs, and big visual impact. You will love it!
What a scene it was to be seen at the Global Scenic Services located in Bridgeport, Connecticut. If you’re not familiar with Global Scenic Services, think again. This company is the mastermind of the beautiful settings and backdrops for events...
They say it's winter, but here in my part of Connecticut it might as well be early spring. With temperatures hovering around 50 degrees these last two weeks it's hard to imagine Old Man Winter blowing snow around and freezing icicles anytime...