Just Visiting

Explore Forest Park

Every time I’m feeling like I need a refresh, when my energy is feeling low, I head to the nearest park. Since I live in Queens – I usually head to Kissena Park. But a few weeks ago, I’ve had a serious urge to head to Forest Park, a mammoth of a public park that Read More…

Palomino Island

When my girlfriend and I decided to take a trip to Puerto Rico, we knew that we wanted to see more of the island than we have in the past. So we decided on staying in the El Conquistador Resort in Fajardo for a night or two – especially because of the Coqui Water Park Read More…

An Enchanted Forest at the St Regis Bahia Beach

During my Puerto Rican excursion, I had the chance to attend a beautiful wedding at the St Regis Bahia Beach. As we drove up to the wet roads of the resort in the back of a taxi van, I marveled at all the sights just as the sun was coming down. We reached the convention center Read More…

Puerto Rico in the Summer Time

A Summertime getaway to Puerto Rico always does the trick when I’m itching to get out of the city around this time of year. Just a quick 3 and a half hours and boom, I’m in my home away from home and I don’t even need a passport to get there. Ever since my family Read More…

Best Holiday Markets & Pop-Ups in New York

The holiday season in New York is always fun because there’s actually good reason to shop. And who doesn’t like being the best gift giver to all of your friends and family? New York has been big on pop-up shops but this season the amount holiday markets that have cropped up are insane – some Read More…

A Vintage Rummage Sale

I’m what some would call a mild hoarder. I love finding beloved fashion pieces and keeping them in my stash. While I was a stylist, it came in very handy when I needed pieces to finish a look off with my aesthetic. I’ve been collecting vintage clothing and accessories for quite a few years now Read More…

Inside Carole Feuerman’s Studio at Mana Contemporary

The first time I saw Carole Feuerman’s work was the first time I was ever introduced to the art world during Art Basel Miami Beach in 2010. It was at Scope Art Show and her piece ‘Survival of Serena’ was a show highlight. I wondered how could something wo(man)-made, be constructed to be so life-like and Read More…

Visit Mana Contemporary

I’ve really grown to love exploring new, untapped places to see and things to do. It’s apart of my quest to see the world with my finger on the pulse and with ample space for my imagination to wander. So when I had received a sponsored email from Art Fag City announcing the unveiling of Read More…