Mark your calendar for May 2 and help Los Angeles celebrate the very first Bird Day LA. It might sound silly, but it really makes sense and why didn’t they think of having a Bird Day a long time ago? Los Angeles has …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 →
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 →
Let’s be real here, it’s constantly Spring in Southern California. However, we do feel the change of the season, by all the flowers blooming in the many botanical gardens through out California. During springtime, you can even find poppies blossoming everywhere, even …Continue reading →
Bicycling in Los Angeles has been gaining speed in recent years. In the past 10 years, bike paths have been popping up through out Southern California. While riding bicycles still isn’t a main form of transportation in Los Angeles, it …Continue reading →
Los Angeles Museums aren’t the first attractions you think of visiting, when coming for a vacation. However, I do believe you should at least include one museum in your itinerary. While LA isn’t really known for its museums, there are …Continue reading →
Celebrating The Chinese New Years in Chinatown, always a festive time in Los Angeles!
Firecracker 5k and 10k Run during Chinese New Years in Chinatown is a great tradition for my family.
Stopping in at The Taoist Temple in Chinatown and paying our respects. A peaceful place to be.
Golden Dragon parade first began in 1898 and gets bigger every year. Famous grand marshals like Bruce Lee in the 70’s, as well as, David Carradine, Hugh Hefner and Lindsay Wagner and other celebrities help bring the crowds. But the real stars are the bands, floats, dancers and so much more, as they parade down Broadway in Chinatown.