Thanks to everyone who came out for my LACMA Museum Meetup hosted by me/ The Art History Channel. Stay tuned for the next two coming up at the Huntington Library and Getty Villa. NEXT LECTURE: Huntington Library and Getty Villa – this Spring! Please SAVE THE DATE for Saturday, Feb 4th LACMA! Click HERE […]
“Costochondritis is not going to “go away” if you change your diet or take vitamins. Also, taking medication or getting painful cortisone injections for the rest of your life is no solution either. I believe there is a way to reduce inflammation and keep the pain away so don’t fall into the autoimmune disease pitfall! […]
It was another spectacular day in Joshua Tree National Park yesterday at Hidden Valley and Barker Dam. Although it hasn’t snowed yet, it was really cold with temperature of only 42 in the day and a low of 24 a night – Brrrrr! We started out the day at The J.T. Saloon for the best […]
The Fall is my favorite time of the year to visit Joshua Tree National Park. Although the brightly colored Spring and Summer blossoms are long gone, there’s a stillness in the air that is palpable. Perhaps the reduction in temperature or the reduction of tourists, but the stillness is calming and other worldly. The sun […]
Today, Nov 13th, is the one year anniversary of the Paris attacks. On of the attacks was at the Eagles of Death Metal show at Bataclan Theater. As fans and friends, our thoughts and prayers are with Paris today. Click the title or image above to see the tribute images I collected over the year.