Maker Fair was equal parts artistry and ingenuity. #explore
MiMo is steeped in old Miami, architectural homages, Art Deco, and a side of Miami you might easily drive through without paying as much attention to as some of the city’s flashier areas. Moving from Miami to LA and back to Miami again has given me an appreciation for the city I call home… that… Read More MiMo
Disclaimer: I have never once attended Ultra Music Festival, but the views from the outside have been pretty fascinating the last two years and running… ⚡️⚡️
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.
San Pedro is the epitome of a small town, coastal community. It has its own charm – snow-capped mountains on one side, tiny lighthouse and sheer cliffs leading to the Pacific on the other. It’s also hugely gentrified in some parts and crowds the skyline with industry, home to Fort MacArthur AFB… and the perfect backdrop… Read More San Pedro
I was lucky enough to see a master at work at last night’s DTLA Art Walk. The not-so-usual cast of characters was also there – in all of their amazing, colorful glory. But the star of the show was Robert Vargas, LA local and street artist extraordinaire. I’m even more in awe of his talent… Read More DTLA Art Walk
Silver Lake is a beautiful, artsy nook that draws its character and flavor from hipsters, writers and nearby neighborhoods. This is a tiny window into its magic: