I spend most of my days in a heavily Latino neighborhood and often feel like I haven’t left Chapinero in Bogota. Most of the shops and stores are run by and cater to the Latino community, most churches offer Spanish-language services and… Read More ›
D.C, Maryland and Virginia.
I’ve decided to dedicate a search terms answer/explanation post to non-Colombian man related searches that lead to my blog. Although the vast majority of searches that lead to my blog are still related to Colombia and Colombian men, lately I’ve… Read More ›
I recently wrote lovingly about Bluemont Park, but Arlington County manages a number of other perfectly lovely, well-designed parks. Today I’ll focus on Bon Air Park and Glencaryln Park, both adjacent to Bluemont. Both are located off the WO&D Trail and Four Mile Run Trail, Bon… Read More ›
Last night I met some friends for happy hour at Matchbox in the relatively new Mosaic District in the Fairfax/Falls Church/Merrifield area. The original plan was to watch The Great Gatsby afterwards but this didn’t exactly pan out. I haven’t been able to pinpoint… Read More ›
It’s hard to describe exactly what kind of place Northside Social is. Independent hipster coffeehouse? Laid-back yuppie wine bar? Neighborhood hangout? All three? If Northside Social were located in another neighborhood it would probably be considered a hipster hangout – think garage-like… Read More ›
So my Miami cousin introduced me to this brilliant and profound song by the young Cuban/Miami “singer” Peter la Anguila. For all you non-Spanish speakers out there, this translates to “Peter the Eel.” When you see Peter, you will know… Read More ›