The Huntington Beach Pier

One of my favorite beaches to go is Huntington Beach and every time I go there I see the pier extending out into the Pacific Ocean, highlighting the tourist destination. I always looked at it wondering how it was built and how it has stood for so long. Turns out, the one we all know … [Read more…]

Linda Vista Hospital

Recently on February 10, 2016 I had to go to my grandmother’s house in East Los Angeles. On Only a few blocks away from her house is one of the most popular haunted locations of Los Angeles. The Linda Vista Hospital in Boyle Heights has been on countless television shows to determine if it is … [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…]

The Shrine

The Shrine Auditorium and Expo Hall held a G Eazy Concert on February 9th, 2016. This was my third time at this Venue and I was very pleased with my experience. I was able to have very close tickets and learn more about Los Angeles. The Shrine Expo is also the headquarters of the Al Malaikah … [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…]

Muscle Beach

Two years ago, I went for the first time to the famous Santa Monica Pier. It was a nice hot sunny day so my family and I decided to walk along the beach for a bit. As we walked south of the pier, we found what looked to be a child’s playground on steroids. From … [Read more…]

The Watts Towers of Simon Rodia

The Watts Towers are yet another one of the pieces of the immigrant puzzle that fits together to tell the story of the birth and history of California. The construction of the towers which are today classified as a National Historic Landmark, a Historic Park of the State of California, and a Historic-Cultural monument began … [Read more…]