NYC is overwhelming when it comes to food, drink and variety. This is a snapshot of some of the places we visited across Memorial Day Weekend. Bars: Blind Barber, The Press Lounge, One World Trade (Observation Deck Bar), The Stonewall Inn, McSorley’s. Restaurants: Capizzi (DELICIOUS), Cien Fuegos, Café Mogador, Rue 57. Coffee/bad things: Carlo’s Bakery… Read More NYC in Food and Drink
Coral Gables makes for a beautiful ride or walk no matter when you go – though avoiding construction right now off Miracle Mile is a bit of a challenge. From UM’s campus to City Hall to The Biltmore, there are few more preserved places for history in Miami. Keep your wandering off the Mile, and… Read More Coral Gables, Spring 2017
These pics are from a guided walking tour that began at Jose Marti park through #miamiwalks, in tribute to Jane’s Walk. I loved walking an area I have typically only driven through. So many hidden treasures…
The Grove was my hangout for years – now, it feels more like LA to me than any other place in Miami. It’s history and present realities aren’t without contention (various stages of gentrification), but visiting is a must, especially if you haven’t been in a while. Take a walk and take your time rediscovering… Read More Coconut Grove
❤️ Calle Ocho can morph a thousand times and still keep its own identity.
(Is) The stage for my second chapter in my home city. I find new things to explore and love every day. #miamigirl #305 💕
An amazing meeting of the minds around archiving, history, preservation, culture – and all the other things that define LA’s story. Read more: LA As Subject.