Out past Joshua Tree in a town called Landers sits the Integratron—a dome-shaped structure that was carefully constructed for healing sound baths. As the origin story goes, the original blueprints for the
Over the summer I had the absolutely delightful pleasure of visiting the town of Varenna on Lake Como, Italy, for my brother’s wedding. Made even more special by the fact that the
Route 66—the iconic Mother Road of the country. Originally built in 1926 and running from Chicago, Illinois to Santa Monica, CA, the highway became one of the most famous roads in the
After some recent (incredible) travels I’ve been feeling inspired to book some more international trips. The following are some of the many destinations on my dream travel list—and pretty specific ones at
The Paramount Ranch Sonic Boom Festival has been announced. The one-day music celebration will be held Oct. 15, at the historic Paramount Ranch in Agoura Hills, CA. Proceeds from the event are going
On Sunday, October 9, 9AM-4PM, CicLAvia-Heart of LA, is opening 7 miles of Los Angeles streets for all to explore car-free. Areas include Downtown L.A. Echo Park, Chinatown, Little Tokyo, the Arts District,
After years of dreaming about checking out the Stahl House, I recently did. And it was everything I could have hoped for. The house is located here in Los Angeles, Hollywood Hills
Los Angeles may soon host KAMP—first ever-international K-Pop festival. Yes, music festivals may feel far off the radar for the time being as we are still deeply in the midst of quarantine.
Downtown Culver City may never be the same, and in it’s in a really good way. When quarantine took effect many Los Angeles restaurants either shuttered for the time being or pivoted
A vast history, rumored UFO sightings, and a night sky free of light pollution.
“May all who enter as guests leave as friends.”