On We Like L.A., I write about British artist Lucy Sparrow’s art-exhibit-meets-shopping-spree taking place at The Standard hotel in Los Angeles. At Sparrow Mart, the artist has created 31,000 felt-covered replicas of items you’d find in a grocery store and they’re all for sale through the month of August. Read the full story on We…
On GOOD, I write about SameSide, a unique company that blends social activism with fun, engaging activities. They most recently hosted a Dinner for DACA, where attendees joined forces to contact legislators over dinner. Read the full article on GOOD.
On LA Weekly, I wrote about experiencing Annie Lesser’s “Midnight Snacks” project, where I followed instructions to meet alone on a street corner in Hollywood at 12:30 am and got to participate in an interactive theater performance — and eat an oyster shooter! Read the full article on LA Weekly.
On KCET, I write about the “Talking to Action” exhibit at the Otis College of Art & Design, which gives Latino community activism and social art practices a rare spotlight in the art world. Read the full article on KCET.
On LAist, I write about Tanaka Farms’ pumpkin patch collaboration with Hello Kitty and friends. Read the full article on LAist.
On LAist, I write about “The IT Experience,” a haunted house that was built in Hollywood just for the upcoming film release. Read the full article on LAist.
On KCET, I interview 88-year-old Jacques-Andre Istel, the father of parachuting, and visionary behind erecting a massive marble pyramid and granite monuments engraved with the history of mankind in the middle of a California desert. Read the full article on KCET.
On Thrillist, I write about one of my favorite topics: adorable dogs. These are the best LA dog Instagrams you need to be following. Read the full article on Thrillist.
On Thrillist, I interview 10 people who talk about the moment when they realized they became full-fledged Angelenos. Read the full article on Thrillist.
On Thrillist, I delve deep into the current ska scene, the comeback of some old-school artists like Save Ferris, and whether the fourth-wave is here. Read the full article on Thrillist.