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It’s mid-February, and NYC is awakening from its early winter slumber with a jam-packed line-up of Presidents’ Day activities and events across the boroughs. Take advantage of everything that’s happening around the city by exploring some of the events that New York City has to offer this three day weekend.   No matter what you’re […]

Night Sky Photography Fuji Mountain Oregon

There is something about the dark night skies that really instill us with wonder. Maybe it’s the fact that we are staring at something so far away, it may no longer actually be there. Maybe it’s that when darkness takes over each night, a new world opens up. Maybe it’s simply the unknown. I have […]

March For Our Lives Portland

In addition to being named the “Best Food City” in the US, Portland is also home to an annual Martin Luther King Celebration, making it the perfect getaway for this upcoming holiday weekend. From eclectic neighborhoods and harbor views to soul food and a thriving micro-brewery scene, there is plenty to do in Portland during […]

Camden Maine

Couples searching for a picture-perfect coastal New England town — lighthouses, fresh lobster, picturesque harbors, and rocky shorelines  — will find everything that they are looking for in Camden. Boats and schooners bob up and down in the harbor, waiting to take visitors out for a cruise on the Penobscot Bay, or to collect fresh […]

film set clapper

New York City is a great city for film buffs. Many legendary motion pictures were shot here, plus there are a slew of film festivals that celebrate the industry in grand style. These festivals give film lovers a chance to see an array of interesting movies, often before they are released and in the presence […]

Powder turn at Sugarbush

With the more popular towns of Stowe and Burlington located just a stone’s throw away, many travelers heading to Vermont cruise right past the Mad River Valley without a second look. Vermont natives, however, know the secret; the Valley has just as much to offer as those other destinations — without the crowds. Whether you […]

Lake George view

Not every destination is the most public-transit friendly, and that can be a real bummer sometimes with all that’s out there to explore. That’s why I was so excited to hear about the new car share and rental company out of Brooklyn called: ReachNow. Both accessible and affordable, ReachNow is a great way to make […]

Flushing Meadow Corona Park

One of our favorite ways to explore when the sun is shining is by bike. From long rides in the Hudson Valley to exploring local graffiti by bike, what better way is there? Here are four of our favorite bike lanes in Queens as told through the lens of a photographer cyclist. Best For Taking Photos: Flushing […]

Edward M. Kennedy Institute

Massachusetts is sweetening the cultural pot this summer with Free Fun Fridays. On select Fridays this summer, over 85 of the state’s most popular museums, historic places and scenic sites will be gratis for all visitors. You’ll detect a distinctive Berkshires twist with Tanglewood (July 21), The Mount (June 23) and the Norman Rockwell Museum (June 30) […]