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profile of labrea avenue in angeleno


things are happening on my hood and i wrote about it for angeleno, accompanied by this handy map. in another life, i’d have been an urban planner or a preservationist architect; it feels exciting to see people walking and life on the street on a part of town that’s been deserted for so long. la’s changed so much in the time i’ve been here; i’m curious to see how it will continue to change in the next few decades. see the full article here.

interview with surfer stephanie gilmore for angeleno


i interviewed surfer stephanie gilmore as she was driving from one surfing competition to another. lucky lady, she discovered what she loved to do when she was a kid and she’s been able to turn it into her day job and get people to pay her for what she enjoys most. i totally know what she means. i’m sure there’s an underbelly — but i haven’t found it yet! so far i’m having fun! read the full interview here.