Tagged with los angeles

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

Some Thoughts on Paris

Some Thoughts on Paris

I first learned about the attacks in Paris while I was doing some volunteer work on Friday. I was working on a computer when the volunteer coordinator broke the news and everyone stopped what they were doing to find out more information. Every few minutes, I would refresh the website that I was on to see if … Continue reading

#LA2024

#LA2024

It’s time for another special post focusing on one of my favorite things to talk about — mega-events! Today was the last day that national Olympic committees could send their respective applicant cities to the International Olympic Committee for consideration to host the 2024 Summer Olympics. The United States originally selected Boston, which beat out … Continue reading

Ghost Hunting on GHOULA’s Haunted Red Line Tour

Ghost Hunting on GHOULA’s Haunted Red Line Tour

It’s October and that means that it’s almost Halloween! I love the -ber months since it’s always one holiday after the other starting with my birthday in September and moving through to Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s. There’s so many Halloween-related events this month and I want to do as many as my budget … Continue reading

Walking with Dinosaurs

Walking with Dinosaurs

When I was in elementary school, I wanted to be a paleontologist. I thought dinosaurs were so cool and I wanted to spend my life digging up fossils and matching bones up to learn more about these creatures. I still think dinosaurs are really cool, so when I found out that SIPA got tickets from … Continue reading