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San Pedro, Southern Tip of Los Angeles

San Pedro represents one of the smartest decisions of city planning and politics in the history of Los Angeles. It’s home to the port of Los Angeles and responsible for the Harbor Gateway. To get […]

My Musical Journey: Analog to Digital to Analog

Music has always played a major role in my life. It was with me in middle school and high school as a school bus took me away from Los Angeles daily, I was robbed for […]

A Night in Elysian

Saturday night I took my daughters up to Elysian Fields for a night of stargazing. My wife was working late and it was just the three of us. My oldest had an astronomy project focused […]

Pioneer Chicken Still Exists

As a kid, Pioneer Chicken was in walking distance, on the corner of Sunset and Echo Park. When I first moved to EP, we would go grocery shopping at the Guadalupana and Pioneer Market. Right […]

The Events that Made Angelenos Forget COVID-19

Angelenos like to be outside. We hike, shop, attend sporting events and concerts, and often just drive or walk around the city. All this had to be set aside for the greater good in 2020 […]

Conversation with Eric Nusbaum and Gustavo Arellano Presented by the Glendale Public Library

People often say that nobody in L.A. is from L.A. but that’s not the truth. Many of us have been in Los Angeles our whole lives and are proud to call it home. No, the […]