Food Truck Row | Friday in Granada Hills

There are way too many food trucks in LA to keep track, but discovering a new one, a delicious one, is like a receiving an unexpected gift on Christmas. This Friday I checked out a stretch of road in Granada Hills known as Food Truck Row.  I discovered the place on accident a few weeks […]

Build Your Own Emergency Kit, Create Your Own Emergency Plan

As mentioned briefly in my previous entry here, it is absolutely essential to have a proper Emergency Kit and Emergency Plan. With help from trusty ol’ Red Cross, I will outline what I’ve included in my own Emergency Kit and also list suggestions on how to create you own Emergency Plan. The  contents of your […]

Emergency Kits, Ways to Contribute to Disaster Relief for Japan

[photo credit: STR/EPA] Like most people, I watched via livestream in horror at all the chaos and destruction that unfolded in Japan during their earthquake and tsunami late Thursday night/early Friday morning.  I was tearing through websites looking for more information, trying to post up as much as I could for others.  Hawaii was issued […]

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 […]

It Gets Better – Lexi from Seattle, Washington

Dear friends, let me tell you how my life has changed since making my video contribution to the It  Gets Better Project.  I didn’t expect anyone to watch my video (other than my friends and a few random youtube people), but I received numerous emails from people who said thank you for being brave and […]