There’s no doubt that our recent presidential campaign & subsequent election have left the nation (more) divided. Trump’s unexpected win over Clinton sparked numerous post-election protests throughout the U.S.. They started immediately after (some say “during”) the election and have continued throughout the week. Fortunately, for the most part, these have been non-violent in nature. Of course, as […]Read more "MacArthur Park Anti-Trump Rally: The Signs of Dissent"
Hueneme Beach is a place I often like to visit. It’s neither as hectic nor as crowded as some of the more popular beaches along the Pacific Coast Highway. It’s also a bit out of the way , nevertheless, Hueneme has it’s charms. It’s beautiful, serene, and when there’s a bit of drama in the sky, […]Read more "Hueneme Revisited"
It’s that time of year again…cold weather, long nights, and all things creepy, crawly & scary. Yes! Time to don the Dia de los Muertos facepaint, head to the festival at Hollywood Forever Cemetery, and pay your respects to the deceased.Read more "Dia de Los Muertos"
The Brewery is a former Pabst Blue Ribbon Brewery in LA that’s been converted to studios & lofts. Only artist reside hereRead more "The Brewery Artwalk – 2016"
Venice Beach has, shall we say….a bit of a different kinda’ vibe. It’s quirky, colorful, and always visually interesting.Read more "Venice Beach – August 2016"
There are days when the downtown LA (DTLA) core is simply rife with photo ops.Read more "DTLA, CycLAvia, & the Arts District"