Weekend Warrior: Atlanta

When I can, I get away and make my own adventures – most times over a weekend. Hampton University (my alma mater) was added to this year’s Honda Classic Battle of the Bands showcase. As a fellow Marching Pirate, I felt compelled to show up and support – and  spend time with my Hamptonians at…

Restaurant Week: Bermuda

Devil’s Isle was the first stop for Bermuda’s Restaurant Week. I had been there to grab a coffee and sat down for lunch a few times but, never tried their dinner menu. Stepping through the door  immediately sets the mood for a mellow evening with the dim lighting and rustic decor. If you’re planning to have…

Miami Style – New Boutique Hotel & French Cuisine

A week before Hurricane Irma devastated areas across Florida, I spent a day in Miami during an overnight layover on my way back to Bermuda from Mexico City (which was affected by two earthquakes shortly after). Hotel Thanks to Jetsetter, I found a great rate at the Langford Hotel, which opened in 2016. It’s recognized…

‘Tis the Season for Food, Food, Food

There’s no shortage of holiday parties this month, whether it’s for a job, a frequented establishment or meeting up with friends for a quick holiday greeting over drinks and/or dinner. With all of the festive lights and decorations comes food and drinks a like. No need to worry. That list of New Year’s resolutions will…

Washington, D.C.: Nat’l Museum of African American History

After opening last September, the National Museum of African American History (NMAAH) has consistently been full of visitors. I finally got a chance to check it out last weekend. If you want to follow the facts in chronological order, start in the basement where the beginning of the slave trade is documented; also showing what…