Dumbo, Brooklyn and Brooklyn Bridge Park (100th Post Special)

Wow, this is my 100th post ever made on this blog! Who knew I would write that many things on here? Insane! Writing makes me happy and even happier to share these stories with you. 😉 During April in the Northeast, you can expect unstable, different weather patterns. It’s usually more colder here with some […]

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Mesa, AZ: Superstition Mountain Museum and The Superstitions (Part 1)

Some of the things I truly cherish around my parents’ new home in Mesa, Arizona, which is almost 30 minutes away from the capital of Phoenix, are the endless mountain views you can see not too far. Growing up from suburban neighborhoods and being raised in there by my parents, being surrounded by nature wasn’t […]

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AirFest in Rio Grande, NJ & Visiting Cape May, NJ again

On September 4th and during Labor Day weekend, I attended AirFest, which is an annual event with live music, food trucks, vendors, activities for kids, displaying WWII aircraft, and presenting scheduled flights for those who want to experience what it’s like to ride in one. It’s located in the Naval Air Station Wildwood (NASW) Aviation […]

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Visiting Pearl Harbor

We have read all about it in our history textbooks. It was an important and crucial time in American History. It happened on the morning of December 7th, 1941. Pearl Harbor, a lagoon harbor with a United States naval base, was attacked by the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service. This tragic event killed over 2,300 […]

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Washington DC: Newseum

“There are three kinds of people who run toward disaster, not away: cops, firemen and reporters.” -Rod Dreher, newspaper columnist Note: This post may contain sensitive content. Reader discretion is advised. What would we do in a world without news? The media? What would influence our thoughts or inform us to be aware of disasters and […]

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New York: Field Trip to Whitney Museum of American Art

Yesterday, I went on a field trip with my college that took us to the Whitney Museum of American Art. The purpose of this field trip is to help students explore careers and possibly introduce them to internships while bringing them to places. While I am a museum lover, I didn’t think of going on […]

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Washington DC: Hirshhorn Museum

One of the many museums displayed around the National Mall in Washington DC is the Hirshhorn Museum. Part of the Smithsonian Institute, this museum is an art museum that features contemporary artwork that will entertain visitors and help visitors gain a visual eye. The museum is inside a building that has a circular infrastructure and has […]

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Washington DC: Enid A. Haupt Garden, Freer/Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, and the National Museum of African Art

Located in the National Mall of Washington DC, there is the Smithsonian Castle and near this castle lies a garden called the Enid A. Haupt Garden. Named after the publisher (she helped published Seventeen Magazine) and philanthropist Enid Annenberg Haupt, this is a garden that she wanted to finance and to support the project landscaping […]

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Toronto: Royal Ontario Museum

Toronto does it big once again. Royal Ontario Museum (also known as ROM), one of the largest museums in North America, offers so much information on natural history and world cultures through their art exhibits. This museum actually attracts millions of people each year. My friend David and I took a road trip in early […]

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