NYC: It’s a Jungle Out Here (Literally!)

Welcome to my blog, ‘Hidden NYC.’ Now, you’re probably asking yourself, what’s so hidden about New York City? After all, haven’t you seen it all? Getting to Times Square and Central Park are cakewalks for you, Google Maps is your BFF, and foreigners consider you a legendary direction guru. What if I told you that you […]

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Study Abroad in Oman: A Day at Nizwa Fort and مسفاة العبريين Misfat al Abriyyin

On Saturday, June 6th, 2015, I was able to take part in school day trip to Nizwa fort, in Oman’s old capital city of Nizwa, and Misfat Al Abreyyin–a 4,000 year old continuously inhabited village. It was about a two-hour drive away from Muscat. Our driver, Munthir Al Nomani, was dressed very casually. It made […]

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A Few Questions for Wesley

This week I sat down with Wesley Van Eeden, an artist, illustrator, graphic designer and painter who works for clients across the world as well as exhibiting his personal work in various galleries. His newest piece, “The Taxi Dance,” commissioned by Queens College, will be unveiled April 29th, 2015 @ 12:15PM – 1:30PM, The Godwin-Ternbach Museum. (Free and Open to the […]

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