Art Prize is one of my favorite annual events that takes place in Grand Rapids, Michigan. For 19 days each fall, Art Prize draws artists from around the world, working in any type of medium, to compete in an independently organized international art competition. When you visit Art Prize, you are faced with lots of incredible art to view in every direction. I’m sharing tips to help you get the most out of your first Art Prize experience.
During our visit to Lexington, KY we took a Unique Horse Farm Tour with tour guide extraordinaire, Shaun Washington. He shared with us that we needed to come back to see a race at Keeneland. We didn’t know what to expect for our first race and I wanted to share useful tips before your visit.
Tucked away across the river from Cincinnati, on top of a hill that is cut by interstate 75 in Northern Kentucky, is a hidden gem of hope.
For the past few years on Good Friday, I’ve participated in the annual tradition of praying the steps at Holy Cross Immaculata in Cincinnati. This 150 year old tradition dates back to when the church was first built in 1860.
I’ve never really been scared to “go downtown” no matter where I lived or traveled. I’ve always had enough street sense about me to be mindful of my surroundings but that also doesn’t make me invincible. I’m sharing some tips that I’ve learned along the way to help you be safer wherever you travel.
Cincinnati has several locations around the city that honor previous Presidents. You can try to visit most of them in one day or make it your quest to find them over time. [Read more…]
A visit to the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is a must. The content of the museum is not easy to be faced with, but it’s important for all ages and races to learn more about freedom’s heroes. I’m sharing 10 reasons why you will definitely want to visit.