New York City on a Budget

Visiting New York City is something that every traveler will do at some point. The lights, the nightlife, the food and the crazies you meet on the street are just a few reasons why this city is home to so many art, music and fashion lovers. However, one thing I hear from travelers who visit

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Megan Returns to New York

After a summer spent in DC, South America and then Mexico, mid-October marked the time for me to return to the city I fell in love with: New York. Spending the summer away from the hustle & bustle of city life was harder than I imagined. When I wasn’t traveling abroad, I was finding any

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Foodie Guide to Adams Morgan

Earlier this summer I was intent on releasing my inner foodie and discovering exactly where I should be eating in DC. Anyone who’s ever visited our nation’s capital will know that Adams Morgan during the day has a completely different feel to it than the wild nightlife scene that has both helped and hurt the

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Top Party Spots in NYC

Navigating the New York City club scene isn’t a leisurely walk in the park. It’s more like a tipsy jaunt around lower Manhattan. When I first moved to the city, I was a 22 year-old recent graduate who spent my first summer living in student housing while searching for a job in the fashion &

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Best Boozy Brunches in NYC

Whether you live in New York City or are just visiting for the weekend, experiencing a typical NYC styled brunch should be near the top of your To-Do list. Rather than hopping aboard a double-decker tourist bus and watching New Yorkers eat from afar, get in on the action and head to a trendy brunch spot

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Highlights from Santiago

(original article is from Megan’s Travel Column on Life2PointOh, entitled Weekly Wanders) My first week in South America was spent in Santiago, Chile. Unlike the last time I was in South America, I made sure to take my time with wandering around the city. As a result, I really got to know the different neighborhoods

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Stops Along the Chilean Coast

(article from Megan’s Travel Column, Weekly Wanders on Life2PointOh) I’ve officially been in Santiago, Chile for less than a week and although I wasn’t quite sure what to expect, there is actually a lot of action going on here. First of all, there have been student protests taking place in the streets but it hasn’t gotten

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Dominican Republic Artist Marlene Jorge

Marlene Jorge is our featured artist this week and a personal favorite of mine. I was introduced to Marlene about a year ago through a mutual friend who knows the painter from their days growing up in the Dominican Republic. After attending a small gallery reception for the now New Yorker, I fell in love

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Street Art in the East Village

A few weeks ago my videographer and I decided to take a little stroll through the East Village and profile a few streets with some pretty amazing street art. It’s safe to say that almost anywhere you wander in New York City, graffiti is not far behind. The outer boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens are

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Annika Connor: Artist and Manhattanite

It’s hard to find just the right word to describe Annika Connor. The young and vivacious Manhattanite also happens to be a renowned painter who has lived and traveled all over the globe. Hailing from Atlanta, Georgia Connor can easily spend up to sixteen hours a day painting, adding to her extensive collection of pieces

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