Disney’s California Adventure Reinforces Fictitious Narrative of Spanish Fantasy

Concept Artwork for Disney’s California Adventure Entrance (Courtesy of Disney) Disneyland will never be completed.  It will continue to grow as long as there is imagination left in the world. —Walt Disney Disneyland is exactly that, an imagined space.  Located in Anaheim, Disneyland is in the center of the Northern Orange County suburbs.  Sheltered from … [Read more…]

Ringing the Bell of Friendship: Korean Friendship Bell Echoes Liberty in San Pedro

Korean Friendship Bell at Angels Gate Park in San Pedro, CA The Republic of Korea generously gifted the city of Los Angeles with a bronze bell in commemoration of the U.S. Independence Bicentennial.¹  In addition to commemorating the bicentennial, the Republic of Korea also acknowledged U.S. veterans service during the Korean War.  Paid for by … [Read more…]

Venice Beach

  Venice Beach California February 3, 2016 Venice Beach, California is one of the most iconic places in California. You can see anything from entertainment, the ocean, murals, food of all types, to a homeless man, people smoking and people getting arrested. I have seen it all here. It is truly a beautiful place that … [Read more…]

The Galaxy Theater

Santa Ana’s Observatory April 5th, 2016 The Galaxy Concert Theatre stood on 3503 S. Harbor Blvd for years, as home of the stage of small bands and not the most well known artist. About eight years ago the venue was almost empty and struggling in their success. They had to shut their doors eventually after … [Read more…]

The Broad

The Broad Museum April 10th, 2016 On April 10th, 2016 I visited The Broad museum in downtown Los Angeles. This museum was very modern and ranged in the type of art they displayed. I was excited to be able to visit a very popular museum. Many of my peers have been posting pictures on social … [Read more…]

The La Brea Tar Pits

A few weeks ago on Saturday April 23rd, some friends and I went and explored the Los Angeles County Museum of Art for the day. While we were there, we also explored the La Brea Tar Pits museum right next to it. I had never heard of any tar pits in LA until that day, … [Read more…]