Docu-series That Deserve Your Viewership in the Age of #QuarantineLife (Part 1)

It’s been strange days AF ever since America, along with most of the world, became under siege by novel coronavirus, or for short, COVID-19. When I originally wrote this intro, I had been home for almost 48-hours straight. Massachusetts wasn’t on full lockdown. But California has been operating under “shelter-in-place.” New York is borderline doing the … More Docu-series That Deserve Your Viewership in the Age of #QuarantineLife (Part 1)

The Writings On The Walls: Subway Therapy Is An Open Forum For Post-Election Grief & Hope

by Shae Kahlo There is a lot to hate about New York City. To react so towards it, is almost a sport. But there are equally as many amazing factors about the most impossible city in America that makes it memorable for a lot of right reasons. One of its greatest features is street art and impromptu … More The Writings On The Walls: Subway Therapy Is An Open Forum For Post-Election Grief & Hope

2 Days, 1 Night In New York City: The Dover Street Market, Macy’s, & The Patricia Field’s x Palladio Party (Part 1)

The Dover Street Market, located on 160 Lexington Avenue in New York, NY, is a curated four-story “mall” of avant-garde brands like Comme des Garcons and Loewe. This year features a small set-up by the legendary Patricia Field store. Fitting, considering late winter/early spring of 2016, Field’s will be closing her namesake store on Bowery. … More 2 Days, 1 Night In New York City: The Dover Street Market, Macy’s, & The Patricia Field’s x Palladio Party (Part 1)