I’m going to a Block Party in LA tomorrow at 5:30 PM to see 5-year-olds dressed up as robots. TOO FREAKING CUTE!!!!! I can’t wait. I’ll be sure to take lots of pictures. The event is going to be on the Virgil and Burns block near LACC as long as it doesn’t rain, and starts… Continue reading 5-year-olds dress up as Robots in LA
Thanks to A. I have a weekend scoop for all those of you who want to support student artists in the area. The yearly Open Market event at One Colorado (also known as Miller Alley) in Old Town Pasadena is happening this Sunday, May 3. Here are the details from the website above: Art +… Continue reading Open Market at One Colorado
I’m flying out to Trinidad for Spring Break to hang out with the Notorious K! I.am.so.bloody.excited.
I have GOT to check this out. I subscribed to the LA Times a while ago, for a Journalism class, and since I’ve started this blog, I’ve eagerly opened it in the morning. I was at the car wash earlier today, and gasped when I read the front page article in the Calendar section. Here’s… Continue reading Neverland Ranch items on sale in Beverly Hills!!!
The Museum of Tolerance is hosting a this free event, but it requires reservations, which you make by simply calling 310.772.2526. This is a description of the event, which seems touching, and very interesting, with a tribute to Jewish musicians persecuted during the Holocaust: Join Holocaust survivors, diplomats, civic leaders, community activists and Wiesenthal Center… Continue reading Museum of Tolerance – Yom Hashoah commemoration
Photo by Zabowski @ Flickr, 2008 The annual Blessing of the Animals is happening this weekend, on Saturday April 11 starting at noon. I think I might go just to see a live donkey in center city Los Angeles. This is the official Times description: Bring your pets for a traditional blessing. Cardinal Roger Mahoney… Continue reading This weekend: The Blessing of the Animals