The GEO wanted to see the temporary Leonardo DaVinci exhibit at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library so we took a… Read more Tear Down This Wall: Visiting the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library
Many may think that every summer day in California is a perfect “beach day” but that is not usually the… Read more Summer Daze in Point Richmond
San Sebastian is one of the jewels of Spanish Basque country. People come from all over the world not just… Read more Stick a Fork, No, I Mean, Stick a Toothpick In It – San Sebastian
Apparently, geocaching in French is not my forte. As proof of that fact, I was only able to find one… Read more Lost in Translation (Geocaching in Lyon, France)
I just finished reading Cleaning the Kingdom, a book written by two very funny ex-cast members Ken Pellman and Lynn… Read more Zip-a-dee-doo-dah, Zip-a-dee-ay – My, oh, my, what a wonderful day!
What a treat it was to spend an evening celebrating Chinese New Year with my good friends at the iconic… Read more Gong Hay Fat Choy from Trader Vic’s – Emeryville!
Stop the presses! There’s a new tiki bar in town. The owners of Bourbon and Branch have another hit on… Read more Stop the Presses! Tropical Paradise Awaits at Recently Opened Zombie Village
One recent Saturday night, Joel MacD gathered his wife, Ruby, and son, Jacob, to help me “research” a new tiki… Read more Alive and Kicking at Last Rites
What is my current obsession? Tiki bars! Why? Because I feel like I am at Adventureland, my favorite escape from… Read more Drinkin’ with Santa
Ever since I can remember I have been fascinated by Cleopatra, King Tut and mummies. So naturally, I was dying… Read more Walk Like an Egyptian in LA