For this Arroyo Monthly article, I laced up my walking shoes to find out how seniors are keeping fit with the simple art of putting one foot in front of the other.
I was excited — and nervous — to join with my fellow citizen scientists to help count big horn sheep in the San Gabriel Mountains. Little did I know….
I paid a visit to the Marine Mammal Care Center in San Pedro. What is making all these California sea lions so sick? No one seems to know…
What a treat to learn that the two mountain lion cubs rescued last year and doing fine up in Paso Robles. Here’s my report for SoCalWild…
Architecture and the environment…two of my favorite things to explore! The team at Lettuce Office explains to me the concept behind their new solar array design for Occidental College.
Renewal energy meets art in the new design shaping up on the hills of Oxy College. Here’s what I learned about the project for the Eastsider lA Blog.
For this Arroyo Monthly article, I got a chance to explore the roots of Pasadena’s Bungalow Heaven as I profiled mover and shaker, Bob Kneisel.
Brainy students from the Los Angeles Archdiocese compete for top cerebral honors at the Sports Arena. One thousand kids, 3,000 spectators….it was a daylong celebration of top smarts!
I enjoyed discovering Wynn Wilson’s Altadena garden — dreamy landscape full of critters! Just my style.
Exploring new worlds that are closeby is a wonderful treat. This month, I joined a small group of folk who were granted access into Bitter Creek Wildlife Refuge, normally closed to the public during the year. We were there to learn more about California condors — and we got an eyeful!