Anyone familiar to NYC knows that malls aren't common-place. You have your infamous shopping districts like soho, or your defunct Manhattan Mall where you can buy knock off Nikes and Hotdogs-on-a-stick, but a high end, fashion forward shopping mall is just something that Manhattan hasn't supported, until now. As a native New Yorker I hated... Continue Reading →
Good God Grub is Great. This hidden little gem tucked away in a sleepy little mid-Hollywood neighborhood is an absolute delight for a perfect Californian meal. Known mostly for it’s insanely good breakfasts, Grub does you right with their killer breakfast burrito, loaded to the rims with all sorts of breakfasty delights. Good luck finishing... Continue Reading →
Lotsa people think LA and think beach but one of my absolutely favorite places to explore is the downtown Arts District. Consider it one stop shopping for all your hipster pleasures. From dope breweries, to couture clothing, to black as night soft serve, you can pretty much fill a fantastic day walking around this conglomerate... Continue Reading →
What can I say about the Museum of Jurassic Technology. Nothing actually. I can't say anything because frankly I wouldn't even know where to begin to describe this eclectic, weird and wonderful cathedral of curiosities that graces and otherwise bland strip of Venice Blvd in Culver City. https://youtu.be/L5K27Fb5EGw What I can say is that this... Continue Reading →
I have issues with the word tourist. In this travel soaked world we live in where cross continent airfares are often less then the cost of a good meal, the idea of tourists infiltrating your city can be a harrowing concept. When I accepted a long term project that would move me to Reykjavik, my... Continue Reading →
These are the 5 oldest bars in NYC. You wont believe how many dead people are buried behind the bar of your favorite watering hole.
Nara is a beautiful little town. Quiet, out of the way, and not murdered by tourists, it really is a beautiful retreat where you can experience ancient Japan in the modern era. The train here is a quick hop from Osaka, and getting around by foot is a breeze. Arriving at the station we didn't... Continue Reading →