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California, where the pioneers go.

I have only ever seen glimpses of California through Led Zeppelin songs and Walt Whitman poems. It was where everyone at film school planned to migrate after graduation. It was a land of pioneering and inventing, where all the newest gadgets, games and films were born. I was never one for the cold and the snow, and I loved the country side more than anything. I felt a longing for California, much like Robert Plant did when he sang "there's…

The Inn at English Meadows, Kennebunk, Maine.

My boyfriend and I don't talk about our future a lot. Not because we don't see each other in the same future, quite the opposite actually. We know we have a long future ahead of us, what's the sense in making grand plans? Plans can change in the blink of an eye, as we've learned over the years. When I traveled to Maine solo I had time alone in a new place to think about where I might be going.…

Road Trip Series: Key West, Florida.

The best places on Earth are the ones you have to trek, strain and sweat to get to. Key West had unexpectedly become that place for us after 12 hours of driving from Atlanta, Georgia to Key West, Florida. City streets turned to interstates which opened up to the vast Everglades, and when the sun began to set we hopped our way from island to island across the keys at a slow and steady 25 miles an hour. Torture. Pure torture. When…

Road Trip Series: Back in Time at Colonial Williamsburg

Our story of visiting Colonial Williamsburg is better told through photos, and it feels almost like poetry. I noticed one thing about my pictures that I hadn't noticed till just now, one month after I was there; none of my photos have any people in them, yet it was bustling with tourists. There were kids running around after leather balls and wooden hoops while women dressed in colonial clothes taught them the history of the game. Over-heated mothers ran into fully restored…

Road Trip Series: Arlington National Cemetery

There is a place in Arlington National Cemetery where not many people go, since it isn’t near any entrance, memorial, or landmark. It’s quiet. It’s deep in the cemetery and no one wants to walk that far. This is where my grandparents are buried and where my first stop on my road trip down south began. My grandfather was a Navy Corpsman during the end of WWII and the Korean War, serving in the South Pacific as a medic. Marines…

10 Reasons to Visit Citi Field This Summer

Baseball is a timeless sport, reminiscent of sunny summer days, the smell of sausage and peppers and the iconic sounds of baseball. Baseball runs deep with New Yorkers, and we are lucky enough to have two stadiums just a subway ride away. This summer, hop on the 7 Line and head to Citi Field for these ten memorable reasons. 1. Citi Field [caption id="attachment_393" align="aligncenter" width="470"] Center field view.[/caption]   Shea Stadiums replacement, although a baby compared to it’s predecessor,…