I grew up in Maryland and I will always be a Baltimore Ravens fan when it comes to football, but since my boyfriend is a New York Giants fan I’ll also root for them—as long as they’re not playing the Ravens.
When I was in college studying magazine journalism, I once had a project where I had to read one of my articles out loud and have it taped as if I were a broadcast journalist.
I’m going to let you in on a little secret: I am horrible at math.
One of the best things about living in New York City is the amount of cultural opportunities available.
Two hundred and fifty master artisans from every region of the U.S.
This past summer, I had the opportunity to experience two amazing sailboat rides around the New York Harbor, but neither came close to the thrill of the sail I took this week aboard one of Halcyon Sailing’s three racing boats.
Every September, the Bronx’s Arthur Avenue is home to Ferragosto, a day-long festival celebrating the street’s Italian stores and restaurants.
My favorite way to travel is by train. Luckily Amtrak, which departs from New York City’s accessible transportation hub Penn Station, has stations in all sorts of cities I want to visit.