Posted in November 2012

Sushi Mania

Sushi Mania

Last Saturday, I went out to eat sushi at Sushi Stop with two of my friends and it made me excited both because I got to see my friends again and because now I can write a post about sushi that is relevant to something that just happened. Yes, I have been waiting to write … Continue reading

DTLA Tour (Part 3) – Bradbury Building

DTLA Tour (Part 3) – Bradbury Building

A couple blocks southwest of El Pueblo de Los Angeles is the Bradbury Building, featured in several films including Blade Runner and 500 Days of Summer. The building was owned by mining millionaire Louis Bradley, who wanted to create something that would stand to his testament. Bradley first hired architect Sumner Hunt to work out … Continue reading

DTLA Tour (Part 1) – Union Station

DTLA Tour (Part 1) – Union Station

Every time I go around exploring Downtown LA, I learn a little bit more about the history of the city and its people. That happened on a much larger scale this past Saturday thanks to an extra credit field trip designed by my cultural geography professor. Along with fifteen other folks from my class, we … Continue reading

DOMA Theatre Company’s Avenue Q

DOMA Theatre Company’s Avenue Q

On Wednesday, Rona and I went to the MET Theatre to see a preview performance of Avenue Q that was put together by the DOMA Theatre Company, and I thought it was really great. I hadn’t seen the musical before, but I was familiar with most of the songs already after first hearing about Avenue … Continue reading