The American Red Cross – Making a Difference One Volunteer at a Time.

For the past year, I have been living and working in New Orleans Louisiana. The city has gone through major changes in that year as it moved from a bustling city filled with music, a busy nightlife, Mardi Gras celebrations, and yearly festivals, like Jazz Fest and the French Quarter Festival, to a city grippedContinue reading “The American Red Cross – Making a Difference One Volunteer at a Time.”

The Half King bar closing its doors after 18 years.

Many outside the New York area may not recognize the name the Half king bar, but the local hang out, just at the foot of the High line in Chelsea, has been home to authors and photographers who have gathered to share their work for close to two decades. The local hang out with notable owners, Sebastian Junger,Continue reading “The Half King bar closing its doors after 18 years.”

YES, a rejection letter!

YES, a rejection letter! I am sure this sounds peculiar, but to finally get a response after sending out several dozen query letters is a success in my eyes. It breaks the perpetual waiting cycle and lets you know someone actually looked at your submission. This recent rejection letter came in reference to my newestContinue reading “YES, a rejection letter!”