George Floyd’s murder ignited the passion in the Black Lives Matter movement. But there’s a marginalized group that is deeply overlooked, and their deaths are a grave injustice. Abortion: the true black genocide. #prolifeContinue reading A Missing Outcry
An alarming incident with a BLM extremist left this blogger questioning how to truly seek resolutions to the issues tearing our country apart at the seams. #protest #nycContinue reading Take a Knee
Riots and looting erupting in New York City from peaceful protests about George Floyd’s murder. A first hand account from one New Yorker that lives just steps from Union Square. #NYC #justiceforgeorgefloydContinue reading NYC: Streets on Fire
A powerful post about an unlikely conversation on a NYC Subway — between a sunhat and a durag. What proceeds is a beautiful lesson in humanity. #faith #catholic #newyorkContinue reading Sunhat Meets Durag
Dining out in New York City is one of the best perks to living in the Big Apple! These restaurants are Can’t Miss hotspots in Manhattan! Especially during the summer! Make a reservation for your next trip to NYC! #travel #traveltips Continue reading A Local’s Favorite NYC Restaurants!
A healthy and delicious brunch recipe for a Cheesy, Spinach and Mushroom Frittata! Breakfast never tasted so good! Perfect for the weekend! It’s gluten free, paleo and Specific Carb Diet friendly! #food Continue reading The Perfect Brunch Frittata
A local’s guide to all the hottest spots in New York City! There are a lot of great restaurants and sights to see in NYC — here’s an extensive list of the CAN’T MISS, non-tourist spots — from brunch, to rooftops, to events! #travel #traveltipsContinue reading A Local’s Guide to Summer in NYC!
The Tenement Museum in NYC’s East Village follows the lives of immigrants in the late 1800s & early 1900s. What can one Irish Catholic family’s story teach us?Continue reading We Are All Immigrants
I wore shorts today, for the first time this year. Hallelujah! It’s finally spring! And you know what that means…just like my winter-pale gams, pretty soon the tourists will be coming out of hibernation and visiting NYC. I love my city. I’ve lived in NYC for seven years, and every day, I still have to pinchContinue reading A Local’s Guide to NYC