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No Food or Beverage

By sojourner, published on Apr 12, 2007

The rules are simple, or so I thought. There are signs posted everywhere to inform us of the rules governing the places we visit. Some of the most common in LA inform us which side of the street to park on and when, how fast to drive and if you are lucky enough to live by the ocean: glass, dogs, fireworks, campfires, trash, percussion instruments, undressing and motor vehicles on or near the beach are banned and might generate a hefty ticket. A full list of Santa Monica beach guidelines can be found at http://www.santamonica.com Personality is one thing that helps define how easy it is for us... (more)

Tags: santa monica

Culture and the Skin Deep Feng Shui

By sojourner, published on Mar 18, 2007

So much decoration, so little time. I play and live in the apartments, restaurants, hotels and hot spots of our ever connected and ever growing community and then, only when the music fades, wonder if the Feng Shui is only skin deep. Many in the Western world have embraced the Far East as if its’ allure and value were found only in the artifacts of decoration we place in and around our homes. The decoration isn’t limited to Buddhas and bed stands. It can be found on and in the human form by means of the temporary screen press and far more permanent tattoo guns of our personally expressive... (more)

Tags: los angeles, music, china

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