First Time At A Winery

Originally posted August 2017. What happens when I have an intense week? Well, I plan a Saturday trip to a local winery and vineyard with girlfriends for some wine tasting. There’s nothing like good company. Add some wine and a sunny summer afternoon, and you’ve got relaxation.  This was my first time visiting a winery,Continue reading “First Time At A Winery”

My Michigan Summer

Originally posted July 2017. Living in the states, my family tends to mix Nigerian culture with that of the American. For example, Backyard BBQ with Jollof rice, thanksgiving with Jollof rice, ski trips with Jollof rice etc…I’m totally kidding about the last part. There was no Jollof present. But nothing screams American summers louder thanContinue reading “My Michigan Summer”

Charles McGee

Originally posted May 2017. If you’ve ever been to Detroit, you would be aware of the plethora of art tattooed across the city; murals, graffiti, sculptures. Charles McGee is a legend amongst artists in Detroit. A 92 yr old, who moved to Detroit at the age of 10, Charles McGee revealed his most recent piece,Continue reading “Charles McGee”

A Walk Through Mexicantown, Detroit

Originally posted in May 2017. Who would’ve thought Detroit, MI would have a vibrant Mexican community? When you think of Mexican immigrants, most uninformed people (like myself) would think Texas, California or New Mexico. But there are vibrant Mexican communities all across the MidWest with Chicago shockingly being the number 2 city for Mexican immigrants. Continue reading “A Walk Through Mexicantown, Detroit”

Houston Street Art

Originally posted April 2017. Anyone who knows me knows that I’m very much into the art scene. As an artist, I am drawn to creativity in form of colors and patterns. It’s one of the reasons I’m obsessed with street art. I travel a lot and one of the most exciting things I find inContinue reading “Houston Street Art”

Bahamian Paradise

Originally posted January 2017. My family and I went on a Christmas cruise to a few Caribbean islands including Key West, Florida, and Coco Cay Bahamas. These islands are so extremely beautiful. They’re pieces of paradise just a boat ride away from the States. Besides relaxing on the beaches, I went snorkeling and jet skiingContinue reading “Bahamian Paradise”

Welcome To Miami

Originally posted January 2017. Being in Miami is like being in a foreign country in which the primary language is Spanish. My mother, sister and I found ourselves in an unknown part of the city in search of Cuban food. The people barely spoke or even understood English as we were trying to order. IContinue reading “Welcome To Miami”

Manhattan Pt 3

Originally posted November 2016. Of course we checked out the bar scene and one thing we noticed was that none of the places we went to played current music. It was the oddest thing. It wasn’t like we researched these venues. It was all random and spur of the moment choices. And all played musicContinue reading “Manhattan Pt 3”

Manhattan Pt 2

Originally posted November 2016. I just want to put it out there that I met so many friendly people in New York. I honestly have yet to meet the mean New Yorkers people always talk about. Everyone was so nice and helpful, even when we asked the obnoxious “How do I get to there from here?”Continue reading “Manhattan Pt 2”