[pics] The Museum of Contemporary Art: Art in the Streets

This past weekend I checked out the Art in the Streets exhibit at the MOCA. I really loved how everything was laid out. Museums can feel quite stuffy, but this exhibit was so accessible and down to earth. It was really awesome to see how different styles developed throughout history and how graffiti was influenced […]

[pics] LA Times Festival of Books at USC

Last weekend I attended the LA Times Festival of Books at USC. It was a nerd’s dream come true. Unfortunately, I was unable to attend many of the writer’s workshops scheduled that day, but I had fun checking out all the different vendors. I saw all kinds. Seriously. There were also a lot of people […]

LA’s Festival of Books: Where I Will Go Broke

I can’t express to you how damn excited I am for the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. I’m excited enough to use the word damn–that should say something.  Back in Hawaii, I loved the yearly McKinley High School book sale. In fact, one year I arrived really early and camped out in line for […]

Unique LA Returns May 7-8 at the California Market Center’s Penthouse

Support independent crafters and designers by checking out the 3rd annual Unique LA May 7 & 8 in at the California Market Center’s Penthouse in Los Angeles. According to their website, this is the largest independent design show in the country with over 300 hand-picked vendors. You can buy tickets at the door or online […]

Queersay Los Angeles

QUEERSAY: A Discussion of Organizing in the API Lesbian, Bisexual Women, Queer & Trans Communities Join us for a free panel discussion in celebration of National Women’s History Month!  Our panelists will share their stories as activists who’ve organized in the Los Angeles Asian & Pacific Islander Queer Women and Trans communities over the past […]