I don’t get out to Palm Springs much. In recent years, it’s become a weekend get-away destination for the young kids - just look at the ACE Hotel. But I’ve never had an enticing enough reason to venture out 2-hours to the desert town. Until now.
The Architecture and Design Museum on Wilshire at Fairfax is hosting a fascinating exhibit ending Oct. 13, 2013. The exhibit is called Never Built: Los Angeles, and displays various proposals, big and small, which never made it past a sketch or model.
Good buddy Will Wright hosted a dinner party, celebrating the diverse (and doable) Car-Free lifestyle in Los Angeles. And though not everyone at the party was Car-free - myself included - many of the attendees were Car-Lite and multi-modal.
The LA Adventure Scouts presents: ARCHERY ADVENTURE
The Pasadena Roving Archers is a non-profit volunteer run group that holds weekly lessons and competition open to the public. The classes are held in the archery range in the lower arroyo seco park, under the shadow of the …
LEGS! We were out in Aspen for the street sprints during the USA Pro Challenge. Some USA Cycling fundraiser of some sort. Each team of 4 or 6 needed $10,000 to enter. Big wigs. Big legs. You know the drill. Anyway, this character was there to race for the USA Track Team (I bet they didn’t have to pay the 10k). He was gracious enough to allow me to take a photo of his legs.
The happiest days of my life are when cicLAvia’s take over the streets of LA. For the sixth cicLAvia, titled “To The Sea”, 15-miles of LA streets were closed off to cars from Downtown LA to Venice Beach. I rode with the Bodacious Bike Babes.
Holi. The Indian festival of colors. It is celebrated on the last full moon day in the month of March, marking the ceremonial beginning of spring and commemorating events in traditional Hindu stories. And it is celebrated by throwing colored powder at each other!