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Flux Art Fair, Harlem

I noticed them right away – two giant heads at one of the east side entrances to Harlem’s Marcus Garvey Park. I stopped jogging to take a closer look. Neither figure resemblance Marcus Garvey, the Jamaican-born black nationalist after whom the park … [Read more]

The Red Telephone Booth

The red telephone booth was ubiquitous in the Jamaica I grew up in. You'd find them outside post offices in districts and towns across the island. There was one outside our post office too. It stood like a sentinel at the intersection of … [Read more]

Van Gogh’s Ear at Rockefeller Center

Van Gogh’s Ear (and art) have fascinated the public for years. As the story goes, in 1888, Vincent van Gogh moved to Arles in the south of France to create a space for artists to live and work. He found said place and convinced his friend and … [Read more]

Portobello Road Market

If you like antique or flea markets, a trip to Portobello Road Market is a must if you're visiting London. Portobello Road Market is a series of shops and stalls that run for almost two miles on Portobello Road in London's fashionable Notting … [Read more]