I went to a Chivas game last night at the Home Depot center in Carson, and everything about it was great. Traffic was nonexistent, parking was easy, the stadium was clean, the food was good, the atmosphere was FUN, lots of kids and families, and fun halftime games. Tickets start at $15, this is the… Continue reading Chivas game
Grand Central Market has been around since 1917, it reminds me of the covered markets of back East, and it’s on 4th and Broadway in historic downtown, in the theater district. If you see the big mural I posted below, you’ll know that the market is right next to it, on the same side of… Continue reading Grand Central Market
Playing hooky from classes today, the original idea was to go shooting for the photo assignments. This is the itinerary we ran around LA: 1. Coffee at Zephyr, then planning a rogue trip to the pet store to get healthy turtle food. For secret project. Unplanned events: V. loses first jar of turtle food in… Continue reading Thursday adventures
This Saturday, May 9, 2009 from 9:00 AM to noon is the 20th anniversary of the LA River cleanup project by FoLAR (Friends of the LA River) and thousands of people are meeting at sites all along the river to clean it up. They clean up about 30 tons of trash every year. You can… Continue reading Annual LA River Cleanup!
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
It’s tomorrow, and every Thursday. Here are some pictures from the last time I went. Live music, snow cones, grape leaves, fresh squeezed raspberry lemonade, homemade jellies and honey, fresh fruit, families, locals. Winding through the market aisles was such a wonderful experience. It was like a breath of fresh air, open-air Paris markets with… Continue reading The South Pasadena Farmer’s Market