I’ve Got A Burning Desire to Eat Again at dLena, Wahsington DC’s Most Amazing Dining Experience.

dLena 476 K St NW https://www.dlenadc.com/ https://youtu.be/CauqtPKZwwY On unassuming K street in Washington DC you will find a warm, inviting dining experience like no other. This is dLena, meaning firewood, which chef Richard Sandoval infuses into every drop and morsel. Here wood is Queen, where the barrel aged smoked tequila flights are served on a... Continue Reading →

The Ultimate Guide to Washington DC

2022 starts off with a bang with a deep dive exploring our nation's capital, Washington D.C. - the last time I was there I was 12 and remember only seeing Fonzie's jacket and eating a particularly good Caesar salad in a place called Georgetown. So I was super excited to discover that D.C is without... Continue Reading →

I’m selling my 1964 Chevy Corvair 900 Monza coupe.

This is my 1964 Chevy Corvair Coop 900 Monza edition in midnight blue with mag wheels. This was the last year they offered the unique Fisher unibody design modeled after European roadsters of the time making it extremely sought after. The body is in great shape with no rust, and is a true California cruiser.... Continue Reading →

Unattended Baggage featured on Film Shortage.

Film Shortage is featuring my award winning short "Unattended Baggage" with a very lovely review. Probably my most favorite piece I've ever done, and certainly most personal.

Cooking at Home with Ma and Pop.

Strange days these days but hey, there's a bright side to everything. In the wake of this COVID madness we've been "gifted" lots of time to spend at home which has yielded some very interesting discoveries. I have one have discovered that I can comfortably edit for 24 hours straight, and consume 2 bottles of... Continue Reading →

Why We Need Travel More Than Ever.

Today I read that the United States administration wanted to change the poem at the base of the Statue of Liberty. After the famous line "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free" they wish to add the line "who can stand on their own two feet and who will not become... Continue Reading →

Moto Borgotaro – how a short film changed it all.

- Please tell me a bit about yourself as a film maker, and how you got into film making. Is this a typical example of your work? I fell in love with film at UCSB. I think what attracted me to it was I, like most kids I knew, didn’t really know what the hell... Continue Reading →

Berlin. So much more than doughnuts.

Berlin is one of our favorite cities with the best restaurants, nightlife, museums, clubs, bars and people in all of Europe. From up scale dining experiences like Nobelhart & Schmutzig to wild street food like the epic Kumpir, we loved experiencing Berling through our stomachs as much as any other way. Fantastic museums as well... Continue Reading →

Amazing Shawarma in … Iceland?

Middle Eastern food in Reykjavik? Amazing Shawarma in Iceland? Crazy you say?! Believe it. I'm from Queens, arguably the Shawarma capital of the world (to people from Queens) where you can find a kabob on any corner, but I gotta say I was BLOWN AWAY by Lamb in Reykjavik ... BLOWN. AWAY. https://youtu.be/MYYT6nHY_3k We're talking... Continue Reading →

Reykjavik, Snowmobiling a Glacier and more – 360 VR film

Get your goggles on and check out this little VR 360 Tour of Reykjavik, the Golden Circle and snowmobiling on a glacier with some other Icelandic spots from our little Samsung 360 Gear camera which we adore.   https://youtu.be/msF5rej76A0 Stay tuned for a new travel vide EVERY DAY ... Much love and keep traveling! TravelClast... Continue Reading →

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