Out here in the Valley, especially by the mountains, coyotes are prevalent. Every night I hear their unearthly yipping excitement as they close in on prey, sounding like a party of children until you really listen and realize those sounds are nothing human. In Arcadia, they are bolder, and can be seen walking the streets at... Continue Reading →
The Lifting Restrictions
For this week's article I learned a lot about the consequences of the California drought and how recent rainfall upstate has affected us here in the LA area. Read about it in my recent Arcadia Weekly article.
Check It Out: Anti-Mansionization Goes To The Ballot
Mansionization is a long-running issue in Los Angeles County. See how it is affecting Arcadia in my Arcadia Weekly article, 'Anti-Mansionization Goes To The Ballot.'
People I Read/On My Shelf: Austin Kleon
I came across Steal Like An Artist in the gift shop of the Getty Museum in Los Angeles some years back. The book is by Austin Kleon, a self-proclaimed "writer who draws." Divided in to ten well illustrated chapters that closely resemble commandments, the book urges the reader to absorb the world around them and assign it value as you never... Continue Reading →