You know the feeling of hearing a song a thousand times, and never really listening to it? And then one day it hits your ears seemingly for the first time? Yeah. I just experienced that.
Here’s why so many people are completely in the wrong about protesting athletes kneeling during the national anthem, protesting the President’s remarks, boycotting the NFL, and making this any sort of conversation right now. Continue reading “12 Things that are Wrong with the NFL Conversation”
Chinatown is a vastly different landscape today from what it was even just a few short years ago, but more significant are the differences from from 84 years ago when neighborhood-staple Fong Inn Too opened. Because of all of the neighborhood changes, this, the oldest, consistently family-owned store in tofu shop in Chinatown and perhaps in all of America, located at 46 Mott Street, finally closed its doors on January 15, 2017. Continue reading “In Love in New York: Goodbye Fong Inn Too”
The journey of wedding planning is beautiful at times. But one cannot overlook the absolutely horrific trends that have come up in recent times. From “mooning” in photographs rampant sexism and extreme attempts to rebel against the norm. Continue reading “13 of the Worst Wedding Trends and What To Do Instead”
It has been a little more than five months since the last time that I have checked in here. Things have been evolving and reshaping my life and my relationships in ways that I could not have foreseen at the beginning of the year. Continue reading “Three-Quarters of 2016 is Gone. What Have You Done?”
Today’s piece is a photo post of what I love. And, as it turns out, I love food.