One of the reasons I decided to run for Wilshire Center Koreatown Neighborhood Council was because of how unsafe the streets are in this neighborhood, particularly for pedestrians and cyclists. I want to do everything I can to get infrastructure improvements like scramble cross walks, bike lanes, and removal of slip lanes. I’ve been creating […]
Yes, it’s true! I’m officially running for a board seat as an At-Large Resident Representative of the Wilshire-Center Koreatown Neighborhood Council. I’ve decided it’s time to take my advocacy work to the Council to make a direct impact on my community. Koreatown is a unique neighborhood in LA—it’s situated at the junction of several rail […]
June 21st was the first day of summer in the northern hemisphere. It was also a solstice of sorts for me: it was the five year anniversary of living car free! Taking the plunge to get rid of my car nearly didn’t happen. The very day I posted an ad on Craigslist to sell my […]
I decided to buy that succulent I saw today at the market. It’s beautiful. It has a hint of purple to it, and the water beads on it in such a lovely way. It may not be the original plant he gave me, but I’ll always think of Phillip when I see it.
I noticed something curious this week at the Wilshire/Vermont subway station—a bright orange bike that wasn’t locked. Normally, an unlocked bicycle in Los Angeles would take a moment for a thief to ride away with it. But this was no ordinary bike. That orange bicycle is one of a few dozen of Spin Bikeshare, a […]
I made a stop in the Philadelphia during my recent East Coast trip and got to try out Indego, their bikesharing program. I downloaded the Indego app before arriving in the City of Brotherly Love. The app looked great! It clearly showed all of the bike hubs, and also indicated how many bikes and available […]
On a recent trip to Washington DC, I decided to try out the bikeshare program as a way to check out the monuments. I was staying near East Market, which was the ideal neighborhood for the car-free traveler. Taking the subway from the airport to my Airbnb was a cinch, and there was a hub […]