Monthly Archives: April 2014
Hey lovelies! If you are in Los Angeles tonight, you should come to this great storytelling event, BUSted! Hosted by Scott Schultz, this event features storytellers sharing their real tales of getting around Los Angeles without a car. And guess what? I’m going to be one of tonight’s featured storytellers! But seriously, you should go […]
Hello my lovelies! I’ve been MIA from the blogosphere the past week or so while I celebrate my birthday, or as I call it, Hoffmas! We had tons of fun over the past weekend, including the Koreatown Night Market and Olvera Street on Easter. Stay tuned for more on the birthday adventures! In the meantime, […]
I don’t know what you are, gold blob on the sidewalk, and I think it’s best we keep it that way. I do know that you do a good job at catching newspapers in your sticky grasp.
As a cyclist, many of the people I date tend to be as well. I think that’s great. Having a common interest is always a great thing. Plus, rides are more fun with company. However, time and time again, guys will say the same thing to me towards the end of our ride: “You keep […]
CicLAvia–one of my favorite events in Los Angeles! Today’s event was Los Angeles’ ninth installment of the car-free event. Wilshire Blvd. was closed to vehicle traffic from Miracle Mile to the Financial District. Thousands turned out with bicycles, skateboards and roller blades. There were several designated walking areas for those who wanted to enjoy the […]
If you live or play anywhere near Mid City, do yourself a solid and abandon your car this weekend. Giant portions of major throughways throughout Los Angeles will be shut down for special events. This means massive headaches for drivers. Expect delays that make you with the President was in town. Saturday, the Hollywood Half […]
Last Thursday, March 27th, I had the pleasure of attending and incredible story slam called BUSted, which took place at Stories Cafe and Books in Silverlake! The topic of the slam was about people who get around Los Angeles without a car. A friend on Facebook invited me, and it seemed like a justifiable reason […]