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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

Journey to the Last Bookstore

Journey to the Last Bookstore

Last week, I finished reading Mr Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore by Robin Sloan. Ever since, I’ve been looking around the internet for ideas on what to read next. I eventually came across a Buzzfeed article listing various books that should be read before the movies come out this year and one in particular interested me with … Continue reading

Grand Park’s First New Year’s Eve

Grand Park’s First New Year’s Eve

Happy new year! It’s 2014 and I am ready for new adventures to share. This year already started out pretty eventful with Grand Park’s first annual New Year’s Eve celebration. Organizers wanted to use Grand Park as a centralized location for those living in Los Angeles to celebrate together, similar to Times Square in New … Continue reading

A Different View of the City

A Different View of the City

Los Angeles City Hall was the tallest building in the city from its completion in 1928 until 1964. Even though it has since been eclipsed by various skyscrapers housing commercial offices, its distinctive shape compared to its surroundings helps it stand out. If you’ve ever been to Grand Park, you have probably seen it standing … Continue reading