My first amusement park was a gravel-covered block of unincorporated West Hollywood at Beverly and La Cienega called Beverly Park. The home of a ferris wheel, a merry go-round, a … Continue reading
Subversive and brilliant.
I love books for a lot of reasons, but the erudite Rod Dreher has just given me another. Fiction does not just entertain and engage with narrative, it crafts our … Continue reading
A classic example of a SoCal motor court hotel. Somehow I think the hillside behind was slightly idealized. it looks rather more like Surrey than NoHo, even in the springtime … Continue reading
Sitting down at my desk as the sun rises on a quiet coastal morning, a female Costa’s Hummingbird hovers outside my window, so close that I can almost touch it. … Continue reading