I recently had the chance to take crashed a private tour of the Watts Towers Cultural Center with a friend. My friend was kind enough to invite me when he was invited to visit the historic site. Prior to the visit, I had only really looked at the Watts Towers structure and admired the bright… Read More Watts Up! Community Is Rich with Food For the Soul and the Tummy
When my friend/psychologist/financial advisor, Diane, invited me to the 2017 Women’s Leadership Conference at Mount Saint Mary’s, I was super excited. I’m usually hesitant of attending ‘women’ events; more often than not, they don’t address issues and topics that I care about as a woman of color or one who has worked with women in… Read More Notes From My Day With Really Smart Women
BRIGHT colors, solids, and structured look is how I roll. But last Saturday, a friend invited me to the east side of town to check out The Container Yard. Since I was going to be in that part of town for work anyway, I agreed. So, I donned jeans that were slightly ripped and rolled ’em up… Read More From Mochi Factory to Art Space+
San Andreas Fault tour with the Southern California Section of the American Chemical Society.… Read More If You Give Me An Oreo, I’ll Tell You About Earthquakes
Culver City’s food community.… Read More A Flavorful Community
A video of my favorite group in Los Angeles. I previously blogged about The Fringe @ Center Theatre Group on Culver City Patch. Check out the video and the blog and you’ll understand why I am proud to be a part of this group: nice, smart, accomplished, inspiring, and ridiculously fun!
Hidden gem in the City of San Fernando. A cool place to be alone with other people. Spotted: A girl organizing her personal finances (as can be seen with her receipts and other files) Someone on their laptop, intently typing A group of three guys in their 20s, discussing how to improve instruction in schools… Read More One Friday Afternoon…