My goal in life is to visit every baseball stadium in the Major Leagues.
Dodger Stadium is special because it is my home stadium. I've been there more times than I can count. It's always a pleasant... more
Ok, so you want to see a fine basketball arena. Here is one, in fantastic downtown L.A.!! The Staples Center is in the heart of the city. Since its development, the surrounding area of the venue has... more
Eaton Canyon falls, is a forty-foot cascade that tumbles into a wide pool. There is plenty of room to sit around the falls or wade in to the waist deep water. The trail to Eaton Canyon Falls can be... more
Located in a bit of a dodgy looking area of downtown, you don’t really know what to expect walking into this Muay Thai gym. The gym is located on the second floor of this massive warehouse. The main... more
LA is an average pro sports town. People have a lot of options and so following a team has to compete with a lot of other stuff. However, if you're into outdoor activities - it's a paradise. Hiking,...
LA is an average pro sports town. People have a lot of options and so following a team has to compete with a lot of other stuff. However, if you're into outdoor activities - it's a paradise. Hiking, Biking, Boarding, Surfing, Swimming, Kayaking, Paddle Boarding, body surfing and everything else is incredibly easy to do. The popular image of LA is a smog ridden traffic pit. The reality is that if you want to get active outdoors there are very few better large cities in the world. Hike in the Santa Monica Mountains, surf in Malibu, Venice, or Huntington. Get outside. It's always sunny and warm enough.
I've been to Los Angeles quite a few times over the years, I was born in nearby Inglewood and lived there until the tender age of 3, returned when I was in grade school, again in junior high when I......