Last Glimpse of Summer: Flowers And Gardens

Fall is here. Summer weather is gradually fading into the distance. Soon all lush greenery and vibrant blossoms will sweep away, replaced by bare trees and snowfall. Please enjoy the colorful arrangements of flowers captured from Murray Hill. [WHITES]  [PINKS] [REDS] [PURPLES]  [BOWNE PARK] [For more articles, photos and videos – Follow Jesenia’s Goodie Bag]

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Travel Destination x Perth Amboy Marina x Woodbridge

  Planning your next trip made easy, a list of great eats and stays you’ll be glad you tried.  [Carolina’s Mexican Restaurant] Take your breakfast to the park. Enjoy homestyle meals, like huevos rancheros; sunnyside eggs over corn flour tortillas, topped with salsa verde, crema, sliced avocados, and a side of white rice with black […]

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The Best Blossoms in Queens: Murray Hill

[MURRAY HILL] Life can be so rewarding. Experience inner peace. Surrender your senses to the nature around you, fresh blooms everywhere. Capture them before the fall comes.  [For more articles, photos and videos – Follow Jesenia’s Goodie Bag]

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Spend A Day in Philly

Planning your day should be easy-peasy. Let me be your travel guide, as I show you great stays and sumptuous eats in Philly. [HONEY’S SIT N’ EAT] Guilt-free indulgence brunch, your eggs served over a soft flour tortilla, topped with fresh greens, refried beans, salsa verde, sour cream, and cheese. [MIXTO] Bring your appetite and […]

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Nature Walking: Queens Edition

During times of uncertainty, inner peace is only a mindset away. Navigate through challenges by rewarding yourself with a space for relaxation. Tune out distractions by surrendering your heart to gratitude. Draw energy from the nature around you. Take the time to enjoy the fresh blooms, find cool shading under a tree, birdwatch. If you […]

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A Day in Queens: Astoria x Bayside x Murray Hill

Queens, arguably the most diverse place in New York and linguistically the most prolific place around, with a bevy of food, drink and play. Here are three neighborhoods to consider for your next trip. [ASTORIA] Astoria is all about chill vibes. Shopping strips galore, footwear, sportswear, there’s something for everyone. Have your morning coffee how […]

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Weekend Getaway x Little Italy x SoHo x Hell’s Kitchen

The Big Apple, the city that never sleeps, filled with neon lights, hustle and bustle, a place to see and be seen. So much to do, yet so little time. Here are three neighborhoods to consider for your next trip. [LUPE’S EAST LA KITCHEN] SoHo is home to some of our favorite stores, beauty hubs […]

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Weekend Getaway x New Haven

New Haven, once home to the Quinnipac tribe is a coastal city filled with great eats, scenic surroundings, and an all-around lovely place to plan your next stay. [BELLA’S CAFE] When you’re hungry, Bella’s Cafe won’t disappoint. Choose from crumb cake breakfast platters to challah french toast, there’s plenty for everyone, with seasonal selections too, […]

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Weekend Getaway x Philly

Philadelphia, once home to the Lenape Indians, has a wealth of history and touristic sites, vast sculptures and colorful murals. With all the excitement comes plenty to eat. Savor your morning coffee with a side of doughnuts at South Street’s Federal Donuts. Try their delicious cake donuts in cinnamon brown sugar, blueberry pancake or churro, […]

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Travel Destination x New Haven Connecticut x Food, Art, Sightseeing

We’re back at New Haven Connecticut, visiting our favorite eats and enjoying the cool art scene. Calling all java junkies and foodies, Donut Planet is a starting point, with their small-batch roasting of coffee giants: Mexican, Tanzanian, and Colombian coffee beans. Enjoy a hot or chilled cup of creamy, smooth, robust goodness, while feasting your […]

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Dapper Dan: The Man, The Journey, The Creator

The story of Dapper Dan is one of resilience. To understand the struggle, one must journey back in time to the process that led this self-made entrepreneur into the fashion global figure he is today. During the Civil Rights era the man formally known to his community as Daniel Day worked for the Harlem newspaper […]

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