Inspired By: Men in colored jeans. Bills. Metro. Psychos. Children in swimming pools. Married Men.
This past weekend, I decided to take a scary trip down memory lane. Reverting back to my 19-year-old shameless self, I took a trip to Adams Morgan. Typically, I try to stay as far away from the neighborhood as possible because 1. I have self-respect, and 2. I don’t know a single person who hasn’t […]
We all have those friends, hell, we’ve even written about them: The flakes. They make plans, but it seems like they never can follow through. You run into them on the street and as they air-kiss you, they whisper in your ear a sweet nothing like “Drinks soon? Friday maybe?” On Thursday, you’ll text “we still on for […]
I’ve been a NoMa resident for nearly three weeks now. Though I’ve had a couple scares (a person shot outside my building on Halloween, another jumped by the metro), I’ve managed to stay strong. Last week, my faith was renewed when WMATA announced that it would be changing the name of The New York Ave-Florida Ave-Galludet U metro […]
This weekend marked the date of my greatly anticipated move to NOMA. For those of you who have not been following my blog, let me fill you in. I am embarking on an incredible journey into NOMA to tell the tale of a neighborhood, torn apart by two feuding factions. NOMA (north of Massachusetts Avenue, […]
After careful thought and hours of deliberation, I have made the decision to relocate to NOMA. NOMA (North of Massachusetts Avenue) is Washington D.C.’s latest “up and coming” neighborhood. I have decided to chronicle my journey into NOMA in order to raise awareness and draw attention to one of DC’s greatest issues: the syncretism of […]