Sunday, June 15, 2008

Los Angeles car capital of the world news headline "They leave their car for the Metro" I drive 95 miles per day I wish I could take the Metro.

I was in San Fernando about 1:00 AM this morning looking for gas, This the lowest price I could find, As I am putting gas I look in front of me and there was this homeless man sleeping in the gas station parking lot. You don't usually see to many homeless people in San Fernando it is a very Spanish community and they help each other. Things are getting hard in L.A we might all be homeless by the time things start to get better!

Saturday, June 14, 2008

Koan on Melrose Ave

One of LA's Celeb- Fab store, No need to go to India or Nepal everything is here with a small delivery fee.

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Grauman's Chinese Theatre

It was once stated that “to visit Los Angeles and not see the Chinese is like visiting China and not seeing the Great Wall.” Grauman’s opulent, awe-inspiring presence and history has been a cornerstone of Hollywood for over 75 years.
From Clint Eastwood to Maurice Chevalier you are in good company at the theater.

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Iron Door.

A little rust never hurt anybody!

Monday, June 9, 2008


Sunday, June 8, 2008

Santa Monica: 'Arlington West' serves as a temporary memorial for American military personnel killed in Iraq

It is amazing to see all this little crosses all over the sand right next to the Pier. Please see the link

For this day on I will venture out of the Arts District more often and post more pictures of Los Angeles!

Saturday, June 7, 2008

Solange in her Studio.

Solange is a glassblower and one of the many artists' from the Arts District. Her work is just amazing!

Friday, June 6, 2008

SCI- Arc on Santa Fe Avenue

Founded in 1972, SCI-Arc was as a radical alternative to the conventional system of architectural education. Architect and educator Ray Kappe—formerly the chair of Architecture at Cal Poly Pomona, and director of SCI-Arc until 1987—leased an industrial building in Santa Monica, and, with a group of six faculty members and 75 students, started what they initially called the "New School," based on the concept of a "college without walls." Shelly Kappe, Ahde Lahti, Thom Mayne, Bill Simonian, Glen Small and Jim Stafford were among the founding faculty.

In 2000, SCI-Arc moved to the historic Santa Fe Freight Depot building in Downtown Los Angeles, where it plays an important cultural role in the area while engaging at various levels with the local community. The school continues its energetic commitment to experimentation and to examining the social and formal aspects of architecture.

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Yes, I was driving!

I just never get tired of this view of Down Town L. A from the 1st Bridge. Soon this historic bridge will have the very modern Metro Link running through it , Old meets new!

Monday, June 2, 2008

Laura Peisner "The come back kid"

After 10 years out of the Art Scene in Los Angeles Laura had a great night at Katalyst Art Foundation selling 4 paintings and having the best time of her life!