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Angels Plight

Angels Plight

Even though Angels Flight still stands today showing us a physical glimpse into the city’s past, there are many folks out there living in Los Angeles who don’t even know that it exists. I’ve written about this funicular railway a few times on here before and I’ve even had the privilege of actually getting to … Continue reading

Inflate, Illuminate, Intrude

Inflate, Illuminate, Intrude

I love how art can activate a space and get people out to explore their city. Case in point, back in June, several large, inflatable rabbits appeared around Downtown Los Angeles for an art installation called Intrude by Amanda Parer. Specifically, they could be found in the Bank of America Plaza, Wells Fargo Center, and FIGat7th. … Continue reading

Floats of the 127th Rose Parade

Floats of the 127th Rose Parade

Happy 2016, folks! One of the first events to regularly kick off the new year here in Southern California is the Rose Parade in Pasadena. I’ve actually never been to the actual parade, but last week, I did go to the Post Parade float viewing event with my friend, Rona. I have gone to see … Continue reading

EuroTrippin’: Barcelona (Part 8) – Casa Batlló

EuroTrippin’: Barcelona (Part 8) – Casa Batlló

Casa Batlló is named after the affluent Batlló family and is one of Antoni Gaudí’s most well-known masterpieces. The Batlló family purchased the home in 1900 and hired Gaudí, the building’s original architect, to refurbish the entire thing in order to make it stand out from all the other houses on the block. Casa Batlló opened to the public … Continue reading