I was a poet before I was a writer of many kinds of formats. I didn’t like it at first but later I got the hang of it. I read a lot of scriptures and books and whatever I liked I rewrote so I could get into the rhythm that the writer was in. Returning to poetry reminds me of my youth and it really gets what’s going on in my head on paper easier.
Tag: Los Angeles
Southern California’s Must Try Soups: Aguadito, Bulalo, Congee and Sinigang
Southern California’s must try Soups spanning a broad rannge of cultures and flavors.From aguadito, bulalo, congee, matzo ball and byond, here are a couple of the delicious bowls that L.A. has to offer during the holidays and cold season.
“THE RAGE FAIRY” by Antonia Czinger
Nothing can stop the Rage Fairy from finding love
Studio Meeson, the Wonder of Imagination and Science
The wonder of imagination and science combine to make Meeson Pae’s art creations unique and untouchable.
Wichita: Short Film, Long Future
Two Los Angeles filmmakers are creating a buzz with their award-winning short film “Wichita”.
The Future of Traffic Infrastructure – Mike Lim
Michael Lim futuristic infrastructural engineer. Co-founder, CEO of Xtelligent, a technology venture. Xtelligent addresses urban infrastructure challenges.
The Richly Varied History of the City of Angels, Los Angeles Explained
The Richly Varied History of the City of Angels. It ranges from the early days of the Spanish occupation to the west gold mining camps. From there, it grew into the complex city it is today.
The Southern California Food List from a Local
Southern California is foodie haven. You can find the best burgers, best tacos, and every kind of ethnic food. Visit the Original In-N-Out Get it in Baldwin Park at the [ … ]
The Reasons Why Southern California is the Best Place to Live in the World with Supporting Evidence
Southern California is the best place to live in the world. Here’s a simple enumerated list of why: Average temperatures are around 70 degrees year round. There is little to [ … ]
Sweet summer pastimes Covid-19 hasn’t taken from us
Some of the best and most classic means of enjoying these sweltering months are still totally accessible — all while maintaining that all too familiar 6-foot personal bubble and donning our most fashionable face masks, of course.