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Exploring Nolita, New York’s Most Photogenic Neighborhood

Tweet If you scroll through New York City Instagram hashtags, it’s likely you’ll see the neighborhood of Nolita, a nickname short for North of Little Italy, in your feed. It’s not enough that neighboring Chinatown and Little Italy seem straight out a movie. But Nolita bursts to life with colorful murals, trendy coffee shops, and […]

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Remembering Charleston’s Radcliffeborough Neighborhood Block-by-Block

TweetIn the coming months, I hope to write more long-form content. I wrote this story for the Travel Blog Success Travel Writing for Bloggers course about my former home. If you’re interested in the course, see more info below.  For four years of my life, I lived in two different brightly colored row houses that […]

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Exploring Miami’s Wynwood Neighborhood

Tweet If you’d visited the Wynwood neighborhood of Miami less than a decade ago, you would see a very different place altogether. Originally a Puerto Rican neighborhood, it was known mostly for its warehouses and import/export businesses. Some still stand, surrounded by graffitied nightclubs. In the late 1990s, artists began to move in.  Today, it’s the […]

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Photo Essay: San Francisco’s Chinatown

Tweet When visiting the ethnic neighborhoods of big cities, it can sometimes feel more like Epcot than a real place where real people live. For example, there aren’t many Italians left in New York’s Little Italy, but there are plenty of restaurants claiming authenticity. I had the same reservations about San Francisco’s Chinatown. But it […]

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