The Smallest Film Festival with the Biggest Heart.

Frank Zagottis is a fun guy. A Queens local, he's got this nice house off Newtown Road right in the heart of Astoria. Like most locals, his parents were immigrants, his father came to this country as a tailor, and spent his life fitting clothes to support his family. Now Frank is giving back a... Continue Reading →

One Perfect Day in Reykjavik.

I have issues with the word tourist. In this travel soaked world we live in where cross continent airfares are often less then the cost of a good meal, the idea of tourists infiltrating your city can be a harrowing concept. When I accepted a long term project that would move me to Reykjavik, my... Continue Reading →

If You Walk To Work In NYC…

Just a few sights on my way to work down 5th avenue, some secrets, and cool places to visit.

Japan: Osaka is OK by me!

Japan is by far the most foreign place I have ever travelled to. Let me mention that I have been to Bhutan, Pond Inlet above the North Pole, and even the south Bronx. Japan is by far the most xenocentric locations on the globe, and has good reason why that is so. My knowledge of... Continue Reading →

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