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My Neighborhood Council Campaign & a Recap of My Proposed Infrastructure Improvements

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 […]

Help Metro Determine the Best Route for the Crenshaw Line Extension

Metro is looking for community input regarding the Crenshaw Line extension The Crenshaw Line will connect the Expo Line to LAX once it opens next year.  But riders are already making their feelings known that they need to go further north. Metro has heard these requests and is exploring five possible options to extend the […]

 Sad Farewell to Nabi and the Union Swap Meet

Tucked away in the Union Swap Meet was a gem of a restaurant. A Korean-Mexican fusion restaurant, Nabi was the ultimate celebration of Los Angeles. It’s menu was a melting pot of two of this city’s largest immigrant populations and at a price anyone could afford.  Nabi was a frequent spot where I would […]

Why I Marched in Women’s March Los Angeles, Part 4: Future Generations

My friend brought her nine-year old daughter, Luna, to the Women’s March. She wanted her daughter to be a part of this event so she can learn social engagement and how to stand up for our rights. I spent some time with Luna while we had lunch after the March.  I flipped over my protest […]

Hoff-wiedersehen, NELA! Join me on my farewell ride on the Gold Line

Northeast LA is a lovely neighborhood. Alas, it has not been the neighborhood that has felt like home for me. After 15 months of living in NELA, I’m moving back to Mid-City.  Of course, I can’t let any momentous event pass me by without a celebration. Join me this Sunday for one last ride on […]

Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project is ‘Halfway There’–Let’s Celebrate!

Metro thanks the communities along the 8.5 mile LAX/Transit Project Alignment on Saturday, May 7th with their ‘Halfway There’ event. The festival takes place at Leimert Park from 10-4pm, and will feature performances by local musicians, kids zone, food vendors, archeology discoveries, and more.  A formal program will begin at 10:30, and will feature several […]

Metro Seeking Women to Help Build its Infrastructure

There’s no question that construction is a male-dominated industry.  Metro is taking the next step to make sure women get their chance by recruiting women to help build its transportation infrastructure through Women Build Metro. Metro will be teaming up this morning with members of the construction industry at the East Los Angeles Civic Center […]