I attended a Taking Back Sunday concert and wrote about it. Details here.
I attended New York City Pride this year and wrote about what happened at the parade. Read my story here.
Canadian quintet, Story Untold recently played at Gold Sounds in Bushwick. The band, which recently signed to Hopeless Records, proved that they fit right in with their pop-punk label-mates like Taking Back Sunday and Yellowcard. Read my story here.
These Jewish celebrities mastered chic, yet unique styles perfect for a date night.
Click here to read my post on The Forward.
Role: I wrote about celebrity style for Jewish news outlet, The Forward.
Pop-Punk outfit, Cute Is What We Aim For, has reunited for their 10-year-anniversary.
Click here to read my post on Buffalo Rising.
The Bronx Music Heritage Center’s “In Fashion and in Fabric” exhibition displayed works that represented Africa’s political and social decay. Read my article here.
Delvon and William Glover-Hart cook southern food with a gourmet twist in their South Bronx apartment. They are bringing this food to the Bronx through their new delivery and brunch business, “Lil’ Kitchen, Big Appetite.” Read my article here.
Three years after Hurricane Sandy swept New York, and a bungalow community in south Brooklyn is still recovering. Residents are concerned for the uncertain futures of their homes.
Click here to read my story on Bklyner.
Mott Haven received its first gourmet coffee shop, Filtered Coffee, thanks to coffee entrepreneurs Aaron Baird and Karen Paul. Read my article here.