Gotta love NYC graffiti. A friend was nice enough to snap a pic he thought I’d appreciate. You should too.
I’ve had this mirror sitting in my wallet for years now. When it finally broke, it broke into a peace sign. What are the chances?
This time last year I was still getting my feet wet around Boston! After less than a month of being in Boston I was volunteering at Boston’s Greenfest as a photographer. I’d found out about the Fest from a friend who came all the way from New York to volunteer and meet some of the designers from the Eco-Fashion show that was being held in Government Center. The Eco-Fashion show was only the tip of the iceberg. Check out the photos below!
I don’t expect any less from this year festival and I can’t wait to experience it with my best friend. GreenFest started on Thursday, August 18th from Noon to 10am when the party moves to the Hard Rock Cafe for the rest of the night through Saturday, August 20th from 11am to 8pm. Check out the schedule of events here. There will be performances, exhibits, eco-fashion and accessories, music, food vendors, artwork for sale, films, martial art performances, and fun things to entertain kids!
How to get there?
Take the green route when you head over this weekend. Walk, bike or take the Green Line or Blue Line train to Government Center near City Hall Plaza, the Orange Line to State Street, or the Red Line to Downtown Crossing. And don’t forget your reusable water bottles! There will be a water station available to refill your bottles to decrease the number of plastic bottles being used.
The weather is supposed to be nice on Saturday, get out and HAVE FREE FUN PEEPS!