Mexico City has so much to offer to the on-slot of new tourists it’s been receiving as of recent, but one of the most notorious attractions that shouldn’t be overlooked is Museo Frida Kahlo in the neighborhood of Coyoacán. The Blue House served as Frida’s home from childhood till death, as well as her art studio, healing […]
How to Find Pow!Wow!
I don’t think I’ve ever published anything about Pow!Wow! before, but I’ve definitely intended to. The annual street art festival grew out of Honolulu back in 2013 and has spread internationally– luckily to my backyard! Pow!Wow! San Jose started in 2017, the same year I moved there for college, and I have plenty of unpublished […]
A Broad Range of Artwork
It’s not Braude, it’s BrOde said Hermione Granger, I think. The Broad is the newest addition to Downtown LA’s museum offerings – just look for the building that resembles swiss cheese! It opened only three years ago and has a stunning collection of all forms of art. It’s even with a work of art – the curvy […]
Find Me Under the Palm Trees
For being in the middle of a desert, Palm Springs was such vibrant surprise! I swear I did a decent amount of research about what to do and where to stay before we arrived in this trendy lil’ town, but it turns out I wasn’t very thorough. I completely missed the memo about a huge […]
New Year, New York!
Time is a freaky, scary thing when you put too much thought into it, and I am not one to voluntarily waste it. I try to grasp every moment that comes my way and I think that is best displayed in my travel itineraries. With five days in New York City (2 of which were partial […]
City Chronicles | The Albany Bulb
Just off of Highway 80 in Albany you can find a retired construction debris landfill that is now a crumbling kingdom of art. Known as the Albany Bulb, this space is now a public park open to dog walkers, runners and those with an artistic soul searching for an fresh canvas. Sitting on the edge of […]