When I was around 5 or 6 years old, I penned a story about a boy and his cat. It was short, 6-7 lines at most and incomplete. It had three characters; the boy, the cat, and the boy's mother. It was shit, to be honest, but at that time I remember being so excited … Continue reading The Boy and The Cat – Memories of Youth 2
I remember when I was a kid ... well, when I was younger, roundabout 10-11 yrs young, living in Red Hook, Brooklyn. We had so much fun, my friends and me, playing tag or hide-n-seek in front of the apartment building. I always hated being 'it' or at least, I pretended to. Our games of … Continue reading Jumping Fences and Dodging Landmines – Memories of Youth 1
Ha ... so, I feel a tad like a failure right about now. I finished reading The Rebel's Silhouette, a selection of Faiz Ahmed Faiz poetry by Agha Shahid Ali, a long time ago. I've been trying and failing, to forge words to best articulate my thoughts and feelings after reading this magnificent selection. But … Continue reading Summer Reading List #004 Review: The Rebel’s Silhouette: Selected Poems by Faiz Ahmed Faiz, Agha Shahid Ali
The USA remake of the South Korean original drama, The Good Doctor, about a young doctor diagnosed with autism and savant syndrome at a young age and his struggle and triumphs as a practicing pediatric surgeon, aired last night, 9/25, at 10 PM EST on ABC. I've already peeped the pilot episode that air early … Continue reading The Good Doctor USA: Pilot Review
I went to the opening of RobotsWillKill + Friends art show at myplasticheart, last Friday night, July 13th. The art will be up until August 13th. All works of art are for sale. I got there around a quarter to open and joined the community of artist and art lovers that wrapped around the corner … Continue reading RobotsWillKill + Friends @ myplasticheart Art Exhibit
Sorry for the long ass wait! I know this post is way overdue. It’s been a minute, since I promised to show off my haul from the Five Points Fest, 4 weeks ago! There were many items; toys, comics, books, art, that I would have liked to have been able to get. That said, I … Continue reading Five Points Festival 2017 Haul
Some pic's from my windy Friday evening. In the Brooklyn Navy Yard. A quick jaunt across the river. More street art. More David Choe creating wonder on the Bowery Wall. Support my blog by giving this post a like – and don't forget to share and follow! You can also support this blog and my future projects … Continue reading Rode the Wind: 06/02/17
Peeped David Choe working on the Bowery Wall this afternoon. Some more pics from today: A fresh cut to round off the day! Support my blog and get early access to my next project! Becoming a patron today!