Art, Cities, Festival, Staycation, Travel

Night on Broadway

Bringing Back Broadway and LA counsel member José Huizar are the people behind Night on Broadway, a one night music and art festival in Downtown LA's historic theater district. For one night a year six theaters opened their doors for patrons to explore, musicians of all genres rocked out on ten stages across the festival, and thousands… Continue reading Night on Broadway

National Parks, Travel, USA

Utah’s National Parks

The entire state of Utah is beautiful, especially at the national parks. The air is clean, the landscape is constantly capturing attention, and the sky is so clear that at night you can see millions upon millions of stars. The different parks in Utah are a favorite for my family, they offer something for everyone… Continue reading Utah’s National Parks

Cities, Travel, USA

A Creole Christmas: NOLA pt 2

A true Louisiana Christmas begins on Christmas Eve with some unusual lighting displays. The Great River Road from Baton Rouge to New Orleans follows the Mississippi River and the levee houses hundreds and hundreds of bonfires. People who live along the river spend months constructing 30+ feet bonfires, usually in teepee shapes, although we did… Continue reading A Creole Christmas: NOLA pt 2

Cities, Travel, USA

Natchez, Mississippi

Day three and four were mostly spent in the car. We drove out of New Orleans, down the bayou (singing the song from Princess and the Frog the entire time), across the Mississippi River (multiple times) all the way to Natchez, Mississippi. Over all it was kind of a throw away day, but we did… Continue reading Natchez, Mississippi