Artist Spotlight: Who Is Jeff Koons?

  Do you remember those clowns who would twist balloons in a million ways to create a dog, sword or bouquet of flowers? Trust me, if you’ve seen one in action, well it’s impossible to forget. As a child, I remember watching those clowns with my eyes squinted, shoulders raised, and anxiety brewing in my head. The anticipation…

Taco Lovers: Eat at Guisados in Echo Park

  Tacos run the streets here in Los Angeles; some are greasy, some are healthy and some are memorable. So, how can a common food staple like a taco have such a resonating impact on the locals? Well, have you ever had delicious braised meat or a veggie stew wrapped in a warm not-too-thick-handmade corn tortilla? That’s…

Attention Foodies: Eat at Forage in Silver Lake

Forage: (Verb) To search widely for food or provisions. Walking down Sunset Blvd in the heart of Silver Lake you will find one of the best spots to eat in town. Forage is located in an unassuming spot, but don’t underestimate it because it is home to fiercely fresh food prepared Tuesday – Saturday. Once you walk…

L.A. Date Night: The Broad Museum

  Downtown Los Angeles welcomed The Broad Museum this past September, and I dropped in to check it out this weekend. It houses art work by Jean-Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons and several other magnificent contemporary artists. Thank you to the founders, Eli and Edythe Broad for satiating the art community of Los Angeles with…

Adele Carpool Karaoke

Drunk stories and rapping make for a good time with Adele in Carpool Karaoke with The Late Late Show host James Corden.

Reality does bite…

I sat on a couch talking with friends, all of whom are in their late twenties and mid-thirties the other night, and one thing seemed apparent; they all wanted more. More money, more love, more happiness, more self-growth, just more. I sat and reflected on the conversation: nothing is what it seems as we grow older, we get…