San Pedro High School Track

This Saturday (2/13) around noon I had a Lacrosse game at Daniel’s Field in San Pedro, and just up the street was San Pedro High School. Before the game, I went for a warmup run and wandered onto the campus. To my surprise, the majority of the school was open. I decided to run onto … [Read more…]

Downtown Disney

I have been to Downtown Disney many times. I do not have a Disneyland pass, so I do enjoy going down there every once in a while to walk around and have a bite to eat. I have always loved to atmosphere down there; everyone is happy, there are bright colors and lights, and the … [Read more…]

Oldest McDonald’s

I live in Downey, California. Although the city has very few noteworthy features, one interesting fact is that it houses the oldest operational McDonald’s restaurant in the world. I drive past it every day on my way to school, and have even eaten there on a few occasions, but never truly understood its history. The … [Read more…]

Melrose

Melrose Avenue is, hands down, my favorite street in LA. Now, Due to the large number of famous streets in Los Angeles, this statement is not something to simply disregard. Melrose is perfect for any occasion, whether it be a cappuccino at Alfred’s Coffee or a hectic shopping day filled with Marc Jacob handbags, there’s … [Read more…]

6226 Santa Monica Boulevard

  Santa Monica Boulevard is one of the most well known thoroughfares in Los Angeles, running from Sunset Boulevard and ending on Ocean Avenue in Santa Monica. Such a road holds many tidbits and trivia about the culture of Los Angeles, but one piece of information often overlooked is the role of Santa Monica Blvd. … [Read more…]

Watts Towers

Looking like something that came out of some freaky futuristic movie, the Watts towers are a collection of 17 different structures that are all connected. Located in the Watts community in Los Angeles, the towers are today considered a historical landmark and is a big tourist attraction for architects from all over the world. I once … [Read more…]

Signal Hill

On Saturday, February 6, I took a trip to the Hilltop Park in Signal Hill. The park is very popular, especially after sunset when I visited. As it is on a hill, this often means parallel parking at a 15% grade downwards. After the difficulty of parking, I was given a nice relaxing 10 minutes … [Read more…]

Grand Central Market

I recently had the opportunity to go to the LA Grand Central Market. I had been there before, but just to a small seafood shop that we have go to for years because it serves my mother’s favorite dish. We had never gone inside the actual market until this week. Once I stepped inside I … [Read more…]