Right in the heart of the Mt. Vernon neighborhood in Baltimore, near the Washington monument and Peabody Institute, is this little spot called Dooby’s. It’s one of the rare places that I’ve been able to continue eating after discovering my gluten intolerance, though their lattés will have me coming back for as long as… Read More F&D | Dooby’s
Local artist, Vanessa Vigil curated a show back in August 2015 called, Not Ur Baby, held at the Oakland Terminal Art Gallery. The show featured all local women artists. Additionally the show benefited efforts to end human trafficking, and brought attention to the severity of the situation in the US and around the world.
One of the things I love about living in the Bay Area is that there is always a lot going on. These are a few things that I want to try to get to this month… hoping to add a few more as the month progresses.
Beach days are important to me and my wellbeing. I grew up near the Pacific, along the Southern California Bite, and I’ve always found peace gazing into the waves, watching the ebb and flow.
There have been few evenings where I have experienced as powerful a force of love and beauty as the opening night of The Black Woman is God. The energy was euphoric, vibrant, and it felt as though all of time existed in that space.