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2015! Crush It!

For all you wonderful brave entrepreneurs, Entrepreneur Magazine put together 10 tried & true quotes from entrepreneurial icons that will inspire you to crush 2015.  Mark Zukerberg’s quote seems the most inspirational and most challenging…. …I never thought about a pace – I just moved along as I could.  My entrepreneurial pace is a bit … Continue reading

Frenchtown, NJ – A Most Enchanting Tour

Home to the most charming bed & breakfasts, art galleries, vintage shops, boutiques, and fine restaurants, Frenchtown is a highly popular cultural destination in New Jersey. Wanderlust keeps you busy in this 1.3 square miles community located along the banks of the Delaware River and only about 15-20 minutes from other highly popular towns, Lambertville … Continue reading

De La Cruz Guitar Academy

Meet Steven De La Cruz.  Owner of De La Cruz Guitar Academy.  A professional musician, a young business owner.   From the moment he received his first guitar at 13 years old, Steven has reinvented himself since his teenage years, playing in a band, going solo, going through a failed musical debut, rising up to the … Continue reading

A Local Tour Of Christmas!

For my readers throughout the country and across the globe, I did a tour of Christmas Trees just for you in a few local towns in New Jersey leading up to the tree in New York City.  Enjoy! First stop, North Brunswick, NJ Home to many great things (one of them being an upcoming feature … Continue reading

Protest, Princeton, Photography

On December 4th, Princeton University students protested the grand jury decision of the cases of Eric Garner and Michael Brown by staging a walkout on campus with their hands up while chanting “black lives matter”.   This weekend I walked the ivy league campus of the University seeking remnants of the protest.   The campus was quiet … Continue reading

Meet Thelma.

Meet Thelma. Thelma Blitz.  Sitting unassumingly on a SoHo corner by Spring Street is this unusually quirky yet demure lady with plastic camels and palm trees firmly resting on top of her brilliantly altered sunglasses. Before her, a table spread full of knitted bathing suits and knitted baby booties.   A delightful display all on its … Continue reading

{interview} Photographer, Fausti Rosario

Meet FAUSTI ROSARIO.  I met this amazing photographer during one of my NYC interview excursions.  We both happened to stop and watch street dancers in the middle of Central Park.  He was taking pictures of the dancers.  I stood back watching the artists – the dancers perform and the photographer all in action.   We chatted … Continue reading

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{radio} Interview with Richard Gerstner!

I am incredibly excited to share my first radio interview!  I was invited by Richard Gerstner, creator and General Manager of the Hunterdon Chamber Radio – the first Chamber to have a 24 hour news and talk internet radio show.   Aside from his broadcasting profession, Richard is a graphic designer.  I came across his artwork … Continue reading

{Interview} Perennial Home

Nestled in the midst of Hightstown, NJ is a place many call home, Perennial Home.  The most lovely boutique with special wares, jewelry, furnishings, and accessories, Perennial Home offers a community bursting with distinctive local talent. Boutique Owner, Karen West Karen describes Perennial Home as “retail therapy”.  You can find her there every day, from … Continue reading