Brooklyn’s Finest #RIPBIG
@theubaseball #beatBC (at Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field)
Magic Hour in the Magic City #nofilter
10-12 ft American saltwater crocodile lurking in Sunset Harbour behind @StandardMiami //via ireport.cnn.com/people/aquamotion
Passed up Ultra for Overtown Music Project instead (at Jackson Soul Food)
Got my grub on, but didnt pig out #TodayWasAGoodDay (at Granary Tavern)
Brooklyn, going out for all (at Barclays Center)
A knife, a fork, a bottle and a cork / thats the way we spell New York, Jim. #Dillinger #CocaineInMyBrain #SaturdayJams (at Miss Lily’s & Melvin’s Juice Box)
Gloomy Gotham (at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK))
Feels like Spring
Why Miami Is Becoming the 'Russian Riviera' -
Yet rich Russians have a particular attraction to the largest Miami mansions and condos. The weather is a welcome escape from Moscow winters. Russian millionaires and billionaires are also obsessed with security and protection, which they can easily find in Miami’s large collection of gated communities, private islands with private police forces and protected condo towers.
Buying a mansion or condo in Miami also requires limited disclosure – a big plus for Russians who are loathe to give information about their finances and business backgrounds.