Diverse Flavors at Taste of the Eastside

On Sunday, April 29, 2019, the 9th annual Taste of the Eastside featured the unique culinary landscape of East Los Angeles. With over 30 restaurants showcased, Taste of the Eastside flourished from an idea by a group of parents to raise money for Rose Scharlin Cooperative Nursery School, LA’s oldest co-op for kids and the primary beneficiary and organizer of TOTE.  It has turned into … Continue reading Diverse Flavors at Taste of the Eastside

Subliminal Projects Showcases Paper Cut

Paper Cut is the latest installment compiling the works of artists in this edgy Echo Park space curated by Subliminal Projects aka ‘LA Art God’ Shepard Fairey. This is the third time I have seen Fairey at an event and finally got to shake his hand and let him know my excitement for finally getting to his gallery space. Today The Art World recognized Shepard and … Continue reading Subliminal Projects Showcases Paper Cut

Favorite Mexican Restaurants in LA

I often call LA ‘MexiCali’ and there is good reason for this nickname. There are literally thousands of great Mexican food restaurants from authentic style, to modern flair with seasonal ingredients, to taquerias (Spanish word for taco shop). Even the divey roadside stands selling burritos are scrumptious. Basically you can’t go wrong with Mexican food anywhere in LA. Did you know that according to the … Continue reading Favorite Mexican Restaurants in LA

Live Music in Living Rooms Around the World Thanks to Sofar Sounds

Sofar Sounds was a highly exciting concept to me when a writer friend mentioned she was going recently to listen to a bunch of up and coming bands in someone’s living room. She said you had to be invited to this private event and she could only bring a plus one. I immediately thought YES! I love live music and what a better way to … Continue reading Live Music in Living Rooms Around the World Thanks to Sofar Sounds