Tag Archives: chinatown

A Pedestrian’s Eye View of La-La-Land

In American’s most car-centric city, snapping photos of façades as only a pedestrian can.

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Slouching Towards Beverly

“L.A. is good for façades.” The view from a reality star’s restaurant in Beverly Hills.

Good Fortune at Best Fortune: Dim Sum at 10AM Sharp

Dim sum is a frenzied, fast-paced way to start your Sunday. But when you’re the first to arrive, it’s an altogether different experience. My first memory of dim sum is Chinatown in downtown Washington in the early 1990s. I remember staring through the ornate Friendship Archway – blue and red and gold with unfurling dragons […]