Halloween in New York City

Believe it or not New York City is quite the place for traditional Halloween Festivities. It’s not all trendy mainstream adult-oriented Halloween themes like adding orange dye to beer. Posh! Uptown NYC is rife with Trick-or-Treaters, spooky decor, creative eats, and other small town American interpretations of All Hallow’s Eve. The brown stones and old […] Read more…

Must See: Brussels, Belgium

Belgium is one of the world’s smallest countries and isn’t the biggest tourist country compared to it’s neighbors (France and The Netherlands) so it typically becomes a “just traveling through” type of place and isn’t thoroughly explored. The city of Brussels has much to offer but if you find yourself just passing through you can […] Read more…

NY Art: Bushwick Open Studios

Jaclyn Brown Welcome To The 2016 Bushwick Open Studios! New York is filled with museums, galleries, exhibitions, street art, public art, art fairs and numerous other venues in which to display what’s new (and old) on the art scene. But, one fun and very rare way to see the latest works in the New York […] Read more…

A Photo Tour Of Paris

AU REVOIR SUMMER! Paris is perhaps the most photogenic city in the world. And as summer has come to a close and the leaves will start to turn I’ve decided to capture Paris in all its warm and green glory before it’s officially gone. Although Paris is beautiful year round the summertime is particularly special […] Read more…

Farewell Summer! Best of 2016

Happy Labor Day All! Labor Day is unofficially known as the last day of summer. To most it is a symbol of approaching work, school or other unwanted obligations. I, however, see the end of Summer as a new beginning. I am a lover of cool weather and anxiously await the coming Fall and Winter. […] Read more…

NYC Art: Exploring The Guggenheim

The Guggenheim Museum is a New York City icon and its praise is very well deserved. Frank Loyd Wright’s architectural masterpiece is synonymous with Manhattan. Walking along Museum Mile on the Upper East Side the Guggenheim is the showstopper. It’s a modern and unusual wonder among many gilded age New York mansions and buildings.  Viewing […] Read more…

Coney Island’s Best Street Art

Coney Island is this awkward little paradise in south Brooklyn. Right on the water and full of fun and entertainment. Luna parks, roller coasters, freak shows and hot dog eating contests. It seems to be a perfect location for an artistic community to thrive. Most areas of New York never disappoint when it comes to […] Read more…

Welcome to Coney Island!

Welcome to Coney Island! In the far south of Brooklyn, New York there is this little time-warp of a neighborhood called Coney Island. Where the beach meets ferris wheels and roller coasters and where the board walk meets the freak show. Coney Island is an explosion of screaming children, bumper cars and hot dog eating […] Read more…

Queens Best Street Art

Queens is only a short hop skip and a jump from midtown Manhattan. Although this burough is large and mostly suburban the little areas of Long Island City and Astoria are just as fun and full of life has anything in Manhattan. On my ever continuing quest to find amazing street art Queens was a […] Read more…

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