Is it really here? Labor Day? Already? Dang! Where does it go? I barely made it out of the city this summer.
I was invited down to the Times Square area to experience the extrapolation of Nashville’s historical musical legacy, “The Grand Ole Opry.”
The Long Beach International Film Festival (@LBIFFNY) celebrated its seventh anniversary this past Aug. 1 to Aug. 4, screening an international slate of more than 50 films paired with music and food on the beachfront at the Allegria Hotel in ...
It’s hot y’all.
The 2018 Summer Fancy Food Show, one of New York’s premier food expos, went down the weekend before July 4 at the Jacob Javits Center.
Now that summer is settling in and we have celebrated our country’s independence, it is time to create some seasonal moments and take part in events around Harlem, the city, the state and the tristate area, for that matter.
Happy belated Juneteenth! I learned more about it when I visited the George Washington Carver Museum in Austin, Texas a couple of years ago. June 19, 1865 marks the day the announcement of the abolition of slavery in Texas and ...
On the eve of my 25th college reunion, my friend and fellow alum Liz and I decided to get together for a small reunion of our own.
The fourth annual Harlem EatUp! festival is officially in the books! The food and drink were still flowing and the fun broke the sound barrier.
This week I was invited to the first annual #EatLocalEastHarlem food event, highlighting the foods from East Harlem restaurants and food makers.
I really love what I do. You are probably rolling your eyes saying, “Of course you do! You get to eat and drink and write about it.”
Like a late blooming tree in spring, just like that, it is time once again for the fourth annual Harlem EatUp! festival taking place this Monday, May 14, through Sunday, May 20, here in our community.
The annual Harlem EatUp! James Beard Foundation dinner went down, and it was good!
Day 2 in Bermuda at the Hamilton Princess and the last full day to soak in all the sun, fun and food of the island.
Last week I returned from a quick respite to Bermuda. Not even our plane being rerouted to and grounded for four hours in Boston could dampen the emotional high from my stay.