My last stop before leaving my beloved LA. #californialove
As far as beaches go, I admittedly don’t spend too much time beyond Venice. But Dockweiler has its own personality: there’s an easy bike path, miles of beachfront and (my now favorite feature) fire pits. Parking is free if you’re willing to walk a little farther and a flat fee of $8.00 inside the actual… Read More Dockweiler State Beach
There’s a strange fraternal order several of my friends and I belong to – namely, it’s for those who have lost a parent very young. In theory, there has been no rhyme or reason as to why we’ve all crossed paths, but the reality – I know – is that we were meant to find… Read More The Fraternity
Quite possibly some of the best fun I’ve had in years. Universal Studios Hollywood has converted a theme-park-despiser into a lover. Thank you. If you can swing the front of line pass, I strongly suggest it! Universal Studios offers amazing rides, breathtaking views, education for the TV and movie-loving set (take the Back Lot Tour!), and pure… Read More Universal Studios Hollywood
Read more about this seasonal event at: The Rise. Find discounted tickets on Goldstar.
So, if you love books, live in LA AND HAVE NOT BEEN HERE YET, that’s problematic. From the seemingly 60s and 70s throwback staff to its architecture to the antiquated bag check as you pass over its threshold, The Last Bookstore is something you’ll think was built on sacred land where time stood still. The floor… Read More The Last Bookstore
I played the part of Street Food Cinema newbie this past Saturday. It was a great night, with a great crowd, and awesome organization (as someone who has done tons of events, I was totally impressed). From the screen to the speakers, to the way the food trucks were arranged, I could appreciate that the Street Food Cinema team… Read More Street Food Cinema