Dishes I Think About Every Day

After 10 years of being in the service industry, I’ve become a snob. I admit it. I began from the bottom-barrel chain restaurants to somehow working with James Beard nominees (humble brag). At the end of the da...

The Carousel Capital: Binghamton, New York

Binghamton, New York is the centralized city of Broome County. The area consists of neighboring towns Vestal, Endicott, Maine-Endwell, and the village, Johnson City. The weather in my hometown, Binghamton, is l...

So Many Choices – A Sampling of Atlanta Nightlife

Atlanta is nationally known for its diverse nightlife, a scene that has never identified with prudence nor begged for anyone’s attention. It’s come naturally with its numerous cultures, rapid progressiveness, a...

House Party: Kid N’ Playin

Sure, partying out in civilization has its perks. You won’t break your things, your stepfather Todd doesn’t drink all the tequila, someone will make your drinks for you, and talking to strangers can be an oppor...

The Midtown Art Cinema: A Home For Film Lovers

I take my film experiences seriously. It’s to the point that it alienates me from my friends and family — they’ve stopped sending invitations my way but I don’t hold it against them; I’m not there for the socia...

Atlanta’s Vices of Vanity

Atlanta is one of the music capitals in the nation. The city is a continuous fountain of talent that touches bases with every genre imaginable. Living here, it’s easy to see why. We have the venues, the cultu...

Pure Heat Community Festival Delights Crowds

Atlanta’s Black Pride festivities kicked off on August 29th, the beginning of Labor Day weekend.On Sunday, September 2nd, Atlanta’s largest Black Pride annual festival took place in the heart of the city's ...

Is There Room For a Gay Man in Hip Hop?

Atlanta is the home of trap music. We were the first city to commercially trademark the word a few years before the Y2K scare. The classic 808 drum machine defines past and contemporary trap. (That’s the drum m...