History Miami is a gem in downtown Miami. This was my first visit – I walked out with a membership. Though I was there for the Hurricane Andrew exhibit (open through 1/15/18), I spent some time perusing their other cultural relics and adding my own story to their interactive walls. Visit their site for more… Read More History Miami
These pics are from a guided walking tour that began at Jose Marti park through #miamiwalks, in tribute to Jane’s Walk. I loved walking an area I have typically only driven through. So many hidden treasures…
The Grove was my hangout for years – now, it feels more like LA to me than any other place in Miami. It’s history and present realities aren’t without contention (various stages of gentrification), but visiting is a must, especially if you haven’t been in a while. Take a walk and take your time rediscovering… Read More Coconut Grove
An amazing meeting of the minds around archiving, history, preservation, culture – and all the other things that define LA’s story. Read more: LA As Subject.
WeHo has a million identities and stories – these pics highlight a few. West Hollywood: West Hollywood Memorial Walk: Memorial Plaques Art Ivan McLean: Ivan McLean in WeHo Street Art Protect Your Heart, #pyh: UncuttArt @wehocity (sidewalk art) Colette Miller (wings): AngelWings
This post will be brief because, truly, I haven’t had nearly enough time to spend exploring this amazing and deeply historic area of LA. From the art, the food, the street signs that speak to its history and the beautiful lake, Echo Park is an area that is experiencing a massive population shift as well as gentrification.… Read More Echo Park