Becoming an emergency medical technician (EMT) is a life-changing experience that requires dedication, compassion, and resilience. However, for LGBTQ+ people and people of color, becoming an EMT can also be a shock to the familiar, as they face unique challenges … Continue reading The Shock of the Familiar: Pre Hospital Care Los Angeles
If you’ve been getting your hair done with the same hairdresser for decades, chances are you have a strong relationship with your hairdresser. They have likely seen you through many life changes, and have become an integral part of your … Continue reading Why Asking Your Hairdresser for a Discount Isn’t Always the Right Thing to Do
Cancelling appointments and why it matters. Continue reading Cancelled: What Next.
There has been a mass shooting in Monterey Park, The shooting took place after the Lunar New Year event at approximately 10:20 pm. It is reported by Sheriff’s Information Bureau that there are 9 deceased, there are more injured. Suspect is described as male and there is no word if he has been caught. Anyone with information please call the homicide bureau at Continue reading Mass Shooting In Monterey Park
The rain in Los Angeles is a curious thing, one that has long been the source of fascination and mystique for those who live here. For much of the year, the city basks in sunshine, the warm rays of the … Continue reading Here Comes the Rain Again.
Courtney Love on Covid19 and the 1%: “Im posting my antibody test because Ive never been great at this 1 percent shit. I love myself some fine living, but in the end I bleed liberal, I wish I didn’t sometimes, … Continue reading Courtney Love, The Girl With The Most Cake
Here is a map of the Nipsey Hussle procession today, plan accordingly. Continue reading Nipsey Hussle Procession
Across the street from the Snoop Dogg star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame is a tiny little donut shop called Randys Donuts. It is the same Randys that we grew up eating. Randys was always the first place to … Continue reading Randys Donuts on Hollywood Blvd.
The Los Angeles Public Library will host a conversation touching on stories of gentrification and immigration. Continue reading Calling All Gentrifiers: Free Screening of Chinatown.
13 miles south of Downtown L.A. in a place called Downey there is an odd looking McDonalds with a sign that reads this is oldest operating McDonalds in the world. The building is also a bit of an odd shape I … Continue reading The Oldest Operating McDonalds in The World.