Go Visit. The End. Ok, I’ll elaborate a wee bit more. This museum is something that was needed. A lot of people didn’t realize it was needed until they walked through the front door. Yes, it’s crowded. Yes, tickets are sold out until the spring. But that’s ok it’s not going anywhere, and I’m glad […]Read more "The National Museum of African American History and Culture"
I first visited Salamander two years ago and since then have visited more than seven times. Salamander is the place to visit when you want to experience nature, luxury, and feel at peace.Read more "Rewind: Salamander Resort"
I love when an artist can actually sing, and then sings from the heart, AND can connect with the audience to the point that you are all the way in your feelings when you listen to a song.Read more "Music Fix: Leon Timbo in DC"
I’ve said it before that I love food experiences. So when I saw a friend post about Soulo Reloaded— a culinary experience I had to sign up. The event wast hosted by bookalokal (I wrote about a previous event with them) and happened on April 12 in a secret location in DC. It was promoted […]Read more "Soulo Reloaded"
Imagine visiting a complete strangers house, they cook you dinner, provide you drinks and you get to dine among some really interesting and unique people. Well I did this Monday night and thanks to something called “social dining” more and more people are having this experience.Read more "Social Dining Experience"
At the last minute, the location is given to thousands of friends and acquaintances who have been patiently waiting to learn the “Dîner en Blanc’s” secret place. Thousands of people, dressed all in white, and conducting themselves with the greatest decorum, elegance, and etiquette, all meet for a mass “chic picnic” in a public space. […]Read more "Diner en Blanc"