marciano art foundation

Made it to the newest contemporary art museum in town brought to us by Maurice and Paul Marciano of GUESS? fame and their Marciano Art Collection. Housed in the Scottish Rite (like graduate school for Masons) Masonic Temple on Wilshire Boulevard, it definitely made for a fun Friday afternoon exploration. Featuring more than 100,000 square feet,…

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yoga at 1000 feet up

Woke up at 4:45a ON A SATURDAY to make it to DTLA for Sunrise Yoga at OUE Skyspace. Thought about not going, but SL and her sis T were meeting me so that wasn’t a viable option. Stepped out on the terrace of the 69th floor and knew it was going to be worth it…

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exploring JPL

The Jet Propulsion Laboratory is a unique national research facility that carries out robotic space and Earth science missions. It is federally funded research and development center managed for NASA by Caltech. Luckily scored tickets to the JPL Open House. I’ve wanted to go for years, but either couldn’t get tickets or had other obligations. It…

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los angeles union station

Opened in 1939, “the last of the great train stations” is the largest railroad passenger terminal in the western United States. The station’s signature Mission Moderne style (blend of Spanish Colonial, Mission Revival and Art Deco) makes it one of L.A.’s architectural gems. Designed as an expression of the California lifestyle, Union Station features spacious, well…

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