Interior design took center stage this month when the D&D Building hosted another market week for the home industry, the first in person event in some time. Held over two days the market featured a variety of brands, showrooms and designer products, including numerous book signings along with panel discussions about the business of interior… Continue reading Interior Design Pieces You’ve Been Waiting For
As with other yearly shows in multiple categories, the last 2 years has been difficult not being able to operate the same way as in the past. But those trying times have mostly disappeared and everyone’s ready to eat, drink and be very merry especially in Miami. Miami Art Week was back this year in… Continue reading Miami Art Week 2021
New York City’s 48th annual Village Halloween Parade.
Today’s a good day to be German! Heute ist es toll, Deutscher zu sein! New York’s 64th German-American Steuben Parade was held today along Fifth Avenue, celebrating the many achievements of German immigrants in the United States.
New York is welcoming back everyone with live performances, reopened venues, music and lots of fun. The energy of the city never went away just in hibernation after the difficult last year, now ready to bounce back with the wonderful things it’s known for. NYC Next is a grassroots group of volunteers that came together… Continue reading I ❤️ NY
David Goldblatt’s black and white photographs depicts life and conditions during apartheid and post-apartheid South Africa. The Strange Instrument exhibition at Pace Gallery in New York features 45 vintage prints from Goldblatt that offers the artist’s view of the beauty, brutality and humanity in everyday lives under those conditions. “The camera is a strange instrument.… Continue reading Strange Instrument
2020 has been a very difficult and very different year for just about everything including the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. This year gone are the huge crowds, school marching bands and the majority of balloon handlers, but the show did go on. Looking forward to next year when things will hopefully get back to normal.
Stop the violence against people of color, stop the violent looting and destruction of neighborhoods. End the silence and speak up about the inequities of policing not only in the US but around the world. Is this the start of a new direction that will lead to concrete and lasting changes for the future? Time… Continue reading Let There Be Change
Don’t be blind to what is in front of you: see, understand, respect and accept the wonderful differences in all of us. That is the only way we as humans can move forward together. Featured image with quote by Carlos A. Rodriguez
Blue sky and nature in Palm Beach, Florida