There’s a lot I miss about living in Manhattan : ABC Kitchen, seeing Sean Lennon a block from my apartment but being too scared to say hello (because I was haggard with pinkeye), and graffiti. There is always something cool to stop and look at. I did stumble upon an area up here that fills the void. Modica Way is an alley in Cambridge for a. walking and b. street art. It’s constantly changing, probably because it’s one of the few spots where graffiti is legal. I’m sure there are other spots to check out, but this is my favorite.
Roof Deck at The Sinclair
Since I moved to Boston, I hadn’t really made much time to explore. The record breaking winter hindered much of my initiative. I also had been traveling back to New York City once a month, for about a week. This week after some burgers and beer (across from Samuel Adams’ grave) I took a walk in Beacon Hill – a really pretty neighborhood.
“Chris look out across the sky and tell me which way the wind blows.”
We had a pretty awesome weekend in Falmouth despite the constant wind on the beach. There’s so much to look forward to this summer: 2 bridal showers, numerous pool parties, Hamptons weekend, concerts (Dashboard Confessional, Third Eye Blind, Incubus, Death Cab for Cutie), and obviously, my birthday.