Pokémon Go has been sweeping the world. More people are now using this app on their smartphones than even some social media apps. It has become a phenomenon to many, and some would argue just another fad. Here in Los Angeles where our lives are to a large extent influenced and dictated by what is … More Pokémon Go
Alright everyone, please grab a coffee, a tea, a glass of wine, whatever is appropriate for the time of day where you are- this review is going to be a tad long. I apologize in advance, there is just so much to cover! The new Guillermo del Toro: At Home with Monsters exhibition on at … More At home with Guillermo del Toro, and his monsters!
Last week I was at the Natural History Museum in downtown Los Angeles, and I had the opportunity to check out their new temporary exhibition on display through October 2 Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs. According to the NHMLA website, a Pterosaur was a flying reptile that lived 66 to 220 million years … More Pterosaurs Exhibition: NHMLA
Two weeks ago I wrote a brief blog post for my lapidary club’s page about castles; how were they built, and what are they made of? When I initially picked this topic to work in conjunction with my club’s Facebook page, I had not taken into account my utter lack of knowledge about castles. I … More Geology and Masons: Ramblings on UK Castles and their trappings