Talking Crisis Management in Puerto Rico, Hip Hop and Politics with Crazy Legs

 “I came here on my mission as a Puerto Rican and I left as a human being”  – Crazy Legs On 20th September 2017, hurricane Maria left a path of destruction across Puerto Rico, stripping it bare. Mass flooding destroyed homes and livelihoods, leaving families with nothing. Damage to infrastructure was severe. Most of the island was left without running water or electricity. There were … Continue reading Talking Crisis Management in Puerto Rico, Hip Hop and Politics with Crazy Legs

New York: Scrap Yard – ‘Letters from Here’ Exhibition by Born

I went to check out the very intimate space – Scrap Yard New York’s longest standing graffiti supplies store at over 26 years old. A great atmosphere with friendly people chillin’ and having a good tme. Lucky enough to catch the ‘Letters from Here’ exhibition by Born, owner, and founder of ‘EART NYC’ – you can find out more here: https://www.bboy-born.com I hadn’t seen Born in … Continue reading New York: Scrap Yard – ‘Letters from Here’ Exhibition by Born

New York – Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty

Ellis Island Ellis Island immigration museum was a real eye-opener into the history and creation of the United States of America through mass immigration. It explains the diversity of some part of the United States. Over 12 million immigrants came through his harbour into America and this museum. All to escape political and economic oppression to try and start a new life in America and … Continue reading New York – Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty

New York: Spyscape Museum, Bowery Poetry Open Mic Night, NYC Public Library, MoMA, Fashion Week and Central Park

Spyscape Museum A whole museum dedicated to espionage, I was super excited. Upon entry, I was given a chip with my personal details in bracket form so I could partake in activities throughout the museum to build my own spy profile. Measuring my level of risk and problem-solving abilities. I was impressed by the amount of information in this museum and how current and unbiased … Continue reading New York: Spyscape Museum, Bowery Poetry Open Mic Night, NYC Public Library, MoMA, Fashion Week and Central Park

New York: Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Swing 46, United Nations and Sweet Chick

I first saw the Manhattan skyline as we drove in and I looked out of my window to the right I saw lady Liberty herself. My driver playing 80’s disco funk, with a cracked wing mirror, as we started driving there was immediate road rage as he got out the car to argue with another driver I noticed his cracked wing mirror. I had made … Continue reading New York: Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Swing 46, United Nations and Sweet Chick