Anime Los Angeles Convention on January 2-4, 2009

The Anime Los Angeles will open on January 2-4, 2009 at the Los Angeles Airport Marriott Los Angeles, CA. At-Door Ratesare $50 weekend; $20 Fri; $30 Sat; $20 Sun.

Events include Anime Screening(s), AMV Screening(s), Workshops, Autographs (free), Charity Auction and other events. The guests are Zac Bertschy (Editor, Anime News Network), Johnny Yong Bosch (Voice Actor)
Eyeshine (Band), Kevin Lillard (Convention Photographer, A Fan’s View), Scott Ramsoomair (Web Continue reading

Things to Know About Travel to Tegucigalpa, Honduras

In case you are wondering….. it will take us 3 hours to get from New York to Houston, Texas. Then…. it will take us 3 hours and 15 minutes to get from Houston to Tegucigalpa, Honduras. If I were you I will take something to entertain your ass for 6 hours. I suggest a pair of earphones so that you can listen to movies or music in the plane, some Continue reading

Charles Phoenix is the bomb!

I love anything retro, and many things silly, if they are well done. So the other night, when Anne, my adventure buddy, told me about Charles Phoenix’s Retro Holiday Slideshow from the 50’s and 60’s, I was so excited! Especially since I had never been to the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood, certainly a cinematic Continue reading

Where can I Buy a Nintendo Wii in Los Angeles?

The Wii is almost impossible to get in Los Angeles. There are a couple of places the wii is still available. GameStop at Universal CityWalk in Los Angeles has been offering rainchecks for the nintendo wii. You must pay the console’s full price of $250 and pick it up in January. You can also find a wii advertised in the electronic classifieds in the Los Angeles craiglist. This should set Continue reading

Guo Nian – Happy Lunar New Year!! Year of the Rat.

Gong Xi Fa Cai! which means to Celebrate The New Year in Chinese. Chuc Mung Nam Moi! means Happy New Years in Vietnamese

It is 2008 and the year of the rat. And the world is gearing up for this wonderful celebration of life and family. All the way from Los Angeles, to China, Vietnam, Korea, San Fransico. and to New York City.

Lately we have been going to Continue reading

Do you know your neighbor?

Many of us in L.A. have never stopped for a minute to make human contact with our neighbors. I’m not even talking about the kind of neighbor that lives in the house next door to you (although it’s pretty pathetic that we don’t even know them, either!), I’m talking about the homeless guy that you see every day and try and ignore.

When was the last time you stopped Continue reading

Los Angeles Dentist offers a Beverly Hills Smile

For those of you that would like to a smile like a Hollywood star, Dr. Alex A. Farnoosh is offering a new treatment for a condition called a gummy smile. What is a gummy smile you might ask? The condition occurs when the lip sits unnaturally high on the gum line, creating a smile exhibiting excess gums. This is often due to either the upper lip being too short or Continue reading

Elephant Rides at Santa Ana Zoo California

Elephant Rides at Santa Ana Zoo Photo By: Stephen Zopf

Elephant Rides at Santa Anna Zoo

The Santa Ana Zoo is a popular zoo that was first opened in… Continue reading

Los Angeles Zoo

Tiger at the Los Angeles ZooTiger posed at the Los Angeles Zoo | Los Angeles ZooLos Angeles Zoo is a place where you can find a perfect combination of flora and fauna. We all know that Continue reading

Writer’s Strike. Is it really over?

It is being said in the media that the writer’s strike maybe soon over. So that many of the more popular shows may actually end on their regular timeline, which is in May, 2008. So if you are a fan of Grey’s Anatomy, CSI, Lost as well others, may see the finale’s in the annual Television May Sweeps. You know, gotta get them ratings in to bring in more money/revenue Continue reading