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Photo Journal: Memorial Day in The San Fernando Valley

Memorial Day in the San Fernando Valley: A Photo Journal This morning I decided to honor the fallen at Canoga Park’s Memorial Day Parade, an event described by the Canoga Park West Hills Chamber of Commerce as “Pure Fun.” I … Continue reading

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A Rainy Day in L.A. It’s raining in Los Angeles. Quite a lot of rain is falling from the sky. It’s a straightforward, earnest rainfall. As if the rain were saying, “Okay it’s supposed to rain today so here it … Continue reading

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January Playlist: RIP Starman

January Playlist Goodbye, David Bowie. You’ll always be an inspiration to me. “You say we’re growing, Growing heart and soul In this age of grand illusion You walked into my life Out of my dreams Sweet name, you’re born once … Continue reading

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Books & Tea | August, 2015

Books and Tea | August, 2015 I Have an Awesome Vocabulary Two weeks ago, I took over as community manager at the Environmental Media Association (EMA). It’s an exciting gig, one that merges my interests in the environmental and entertainment … Continue reading

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Books & Tea | Guest Post by Hikari Loftus of Folded Pages Distillery

Books And Tea | Guest Post by Hikari Loftus of Folded Pages Distillery To me, and I’m sure to many others, reading a book is much more than just taking in the words on the page. Reading a book requires … Continue reading

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Books & Tea | Guest Post by Nicholas Lozito of Misty Peak Teas

Books & Tea | Guest Post by Nicholas Lozito I’m thrilled to introduce the second guest post for my “Books & Tea” series, Nicholas Lozito of Misty Peak Teas. My first impression of Nicholas, and this was via email, mind … Continue reading

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3 Tips for Millennials Just Starting Their Careers

3 Tips for Millennials Just Starting Their Careers I realize the title of this post sounds a bit stale as if I’m writing for a major business magazine, but I’m a marketing major, and this stuff sells. Jokes aside, if … Continue reading

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Movie Suggestion: “The Happy Thieves” (1961)

Free Movie Suggestion: “The Happy Thieves” (1961) I’ve always admired Rex Harrison as an actor. Yes, he had an iconic voice, bastardized by Stewie Griffin, but he was also suave, humorous, and tragic. My two favorite films of his are … Continue reading

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Books & Tea | Guest Post by Nicole Martin of “Tea For Me Please”

Books & Tea | Nicole Martin I’m a novice when it comes to tea. Though I drink a couple cups a day, I don’t know a whole lot about the history and variety of many teas. Let’s just say I’m … Continue reading

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June Playlist

A Playlist for June Last Tuesday, Joe, Kyle, and I went for a “moonlight” hike at Malibu Creek State Park. The hike has been a favorite of ours, thanks to its remarkable views and Kyle’s diehard fascination with the show … Continue reading

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