Amoeba Music

One of my favorite stores in Los Angeles is located on Sunset Boulevard and is full of vintage appeal. As written in its name, Amoeba Music mainly attracts music fans for its giant warehouse of music options, in cassette, CD, or record form. Along with a seemingly endless amount of music options, Amoeba Music also … More Amoeba Music

Jon and Vinny’s

Los Angeles restaurateurs Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo, won over my heart and stomach immediately with Jon and Vinny’s. Although I have somewhat adapted to the healthy lifestyle of Los Angeles, and have even learned to enjoy things like acai bowls and more vegetables in my meals, I will always love carbs. Jon and Vinny’s … More Jon and Vinny’s

Ysabel

Ysabel is a trendy restaurant and bar in West Hollywood, tucked away on Fairfax Ave. I specify that it is tucked away because the actual entrance is off the street and to the side of the building, and I almost completely drove past it. This was the first time I actually experienced not feeling cool … More Ysabel

LA Zoo Lights

If you are still looking for a way to distract your children while they are in the last half of winter break from school, some holiday attractions are still available until the end of this week such as the lights display at the LA Zoo. I had seen the LA Zoo lights on plenty of … More LA Zoo Lights

Republique

Yes there are an endless amount of options for places to get brunch in Los Angeles, but even after trying many of LA’s popular brunch spots, I was still highly impressed with the breakfast served at Republique. Republique is located in Los Angeles on La Brea Avenue, only a few blocks over from popular tourist … More Republique

Dodger Stadium

  Most baseball stadiums are pretty similar and straight forward, so notes on my first experience at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles are brief. I am personally not a huge baseball fan (if I’m spending money on season tickets it would be for basketball over baseball), but I am not one to turn down free … More Dodger Stadium