When December rolls around, my family is ready for a break from our busy life in Los Angeles. We look forward to heading out to the desert after a hectic work, school and soccer year. On our last trip, I …Continue reading →
Museum Row on Miracle Mile of Wilshire Blvd, a favorite area of mine to wander and learn. With unique George C. Page Museum, La Brea Tar Pit Pavilions, famous Los Angeles County Museum of Arts and The Natural History Museum …Continue reading →
I have to admit, I never thought twice about Oxnard. I’ve always thought of Oxnard as just an agricultural town. I normally would drive through Oxnard, just to get to Santa Barbara. We would sometimes stop to check out the …Continue reading →
We’ve had a pretty busy summer. Though, we’ve stayed pretty local, due to my daughter’s summer soccer schedule, we’ve managed get in a lot of fun! So, I thought I would to share with you some of our summer activities …Continue reading →
Have you thought about riding your bike to work or school? I know I have. With gas prices and heavy traffic in Los Angeles and all around the U.S., I’m sure we all have thought about the possibility of riding our …Continue reading →
One of my very favorite things to do when visiting a beach community is always checking out the pier, especially if it’s a California pier. Whether it’s a wooden pier or a concrete pier, whether it’s long or short, whether there’s fishing …Continue reading →
One of my favorite places in Los Angeles was a headline story this week and that story was about Griffith Park’s famous resident, P22. Many Angelenos know who P22 is, but most who don’t live in the area, probably don’t. Maybe you’re getting some …Continue reading →
Spring is finally here, but does it ever leave Calfifornia? That’s the exact reason why everyone loves coming to California for Spring Break. It’s easy to get to, it’s always sunny, its affordable and it’s always a good time. I know many students like …Continue reading →
LA Marathon celebrated it’s 30 year anniversary by lining the route with columns of lights. It was quite the spectacle, from Dodger Stadium all the way to Santa Monica on Friday night.
Everyone was out Friday night, enjoying the Los Angeles Indian summer. If you were up in the Hollywood Hills, you were lucky to see the LA marathon lights from almost everywhere!
Such an interesting night, with temperatures of 75 degrees at 9 o’clock at night and strange looking lightsabers in the Los Angeles sky. Marathon organizers, along with ASICS, sponsor of the Marathon, couldn’t have asked for a better night!
Thank you ASICS, for putting on a great show. Los Angeles was so pretty this night. Such a creative and entertaining way to celebrate 30 Years of LA marathon running!! Good luck to all of the runners on Sunday!
The heat was still expected to continue on Sunday. So, Marathon organizers pushed up the start time by 30 minutes. Over 26,000 runners participated from all around the world. While the warm weather did affect some, most runners finished without any issues.
It was a successful 3oth LA Marathon. Come on out next year and participate in LA Marathon’s 31st race. Congratulations to all of the runners! Thank you for supporting Los Angeles!