Tag Archives: Beauty in LA

MDR

A Walk Along the MDR Breakwater in Los Angeles

Days like this remind me why so many make Los Angeles their home. Skies like this don’t happen every day. Uncrowded paths in Marina Del Rey (MDR) and the Ballona Creek bikeway are rare. But days like this are meant for exploring and experiencing. Breathe deep and enjoy.  

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Urban Radish—Getting Your Foodie On in DTLA

Urban Radish is a family-owned, locally sourced market in the downtown Los Angeles Arts District near the Toy and Breadbasket Lofts. The vibe feels like a Whole Foods shrunk down to fit in a Farmer’s Market.  Lush with produce, wine, flowers and a well-stocked cheese and cured meat counter the market is also an eating destination. They will prepare your breakfast, lunch or dinner and you can pop a cork and sip while shopping. Parking for the 21st Century At least eight EV Chargers line…

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Blue Day over LA River

NaNoWriMo 2015 – Day 2 – A Blue Day in LA

Three events made this November 1st quite memorable. First, NaNoWriMo started without drama; second, the daylight savings shift gave me an extra hour of sleep; and, finally, the sky was blue over Los Angeles. What’s not to like?

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DTLA – Back on the Blog in the Downtown Los Angeles Arts District

DTLA – The Power Of The Abbreviation Downtown Los Angeles.  October 2015. I think I’ve  slipped into a time warp and emerged in a dimension in which downtown LA is trendy.  It even has a new name, er, abbreviation. Downtown LA continues to reinvent itself and its upscale new residents have taking some matters into their own hands. A time-warp in which Downtown LA is now trendy I’ve just finished a four-day blogging workshop taught by Jessie Rosen, creator of the popular blog, 20-Nothings. The…

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firepit

Cool Fire

What is it about a flame? Touch it and you get burned.  We know it’s true because we’ve tried, and learned. It hurts. Yet we pull close. Mesmerized. Entranced.    

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