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My favorite pour-over coffee (try it with mint!) in San Diego debuts their 2nd location! Welcome Roast Coach to the East Village!  
10th and J, behind Fit gym, inside Petco park
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My favorite pour-over coffee (try it with mint!) in San Diego debuts their 2nd location! Welcome Roast Coach to the East Village!  

10th and J, behind Fit gym, inside Petco park

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Suspended Coffees

I love this!  The next time you are having a bad day, purchase a suspended coffee for someone else.  Giving is good for the soul.  Put a little love into the universe; the ripples are far-reaching. 

This is an old Italian tradition.  Next time you buy a coffee, purchase an extra so that someone in need can enjoy.  Find out more about participating locations & encourage your favorite coffee shop to bring suspended coffee to your community.  Read more HERE.  Find on Facebook HERE.  If you are in the San Diego area, Divine Madman Coffee participates in Suspended Coffee at the Hillcrest Farmer’s Market on Sunday!  Broke Girls’ Coffee Bar also participates.

Usually not a Coco fan, but this Zac Posen dress it just too gorgeous (at the American Ballet Theater’s Spring Gala in NYC).  You can see more looks from the gala HERE via Vanity Fair and HERE via Vogue.
(See more best dressed looks this week via Vogue UK) View high resolution

Usually not a Coco fan, but this Zac Posen dress it just too gorgeous (at the American Ballet Theater’s Spring Gala in NYC).  You can see more looks from the gala HERE via Vanity Fair and HERE via Vogue.

(See more best dressed looks this week via Vogue UK)

Coffee & Tea Collective

Ever on the quest for a great cup of coffee, I try to find the best everywhere I go.  I don’t drink a lot of coffee, but I love it, so when I indulge, I’m looking for quality.  This is just that kind of place, located in San Diego, CA.  Minimalist, no muss, no fuss.  Small-batch, roasted in-house, drip.  As close to Brooklyn-style super bougie coffee (I’m the worst offender, so I mean that endearingly) as I’ve found yet in San Diego.

A shot from a beautiful spring treat on my desk today.  It’s such a beautiful CA day, perfect to welcome spring.  I love the change of seasons, an important reminder of the passage of time & a good opportunity to check-in with yourself.  I am ready to say goodbye to this winter & hello to a fresh new season! View high resolution

A shot from a beautiful spring treat on my desk today.  It’s such a beautiful CA day, perfect to welcome spring.  I love the change of seasons, an important reminder of the passage of time & a good opportunity to check-in with yourself.  I am ready to say goodbye to this winter & hello to a fresh new season!

Love this quote (via justn-sd):
“If in doubt, paddle out”
Nat Young View high resolution

Love this quote (via justn-sd):

“If in doubt, paddle out”

Nat Young

(Source: justinhalbert)

Pura Vida bracelets
I got the green tri-circle one, a perfect snag for St. Patrick’s Day.  These bracelets are completely waterproof, plus they have a ‘p’ charm which has special meaning for me.  AND they’re local!
I always love companies that give back.  I absolutely fell in love with the lifestyle, food & people in Costa Rica, so I was thrilled to learn about this company’s story.  Profits benefit the Surfrider Foundation, as well as local Costa Rican artists.  These make great gifts as well! View high resolution

Pura Vida bracelets

I got the green tri-circle one, a perfect snag for St. Patrick’s Day.  These bracelets are completely waterproof, plus they have a ‘p’ charm which has special meaning for me.  AND they’re local!

I always love companies that give back.  I absolutely fell in love with the lifestyle, food & people in Costa Rica, so I was thrilled to learn about this company’s story.  Profits benefit the Surfrider Foundation, as well as local Costa Rican artists.  These make great gifts as well!

This weekend I attended the west coast premiere of Andy Warhol’s San Diego Surf, filmed locally at Black’s Beach, at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego.  The film is a smartly funny commentary on surf culture & La Jolla high society.  It’s pre-SNL genius.

In May 1968, Andy Warhol filmed San Diego Surf on the shores of La Jolla. It was only partially edited and never released—until now. MCASD La Jolla will hosted the West Coast premier of the film.  The film was recently released by The Andy Warhol Museum, and has only been shown at one other venue. It was screened at The Museum of Modern Art in New York.
The film features Factory superstars Viva, Taylor Mead, Louis Waldon, Joe Dallesandro, Tom Hompertz, Ingrid Superstar, Eric Emerson, Nawana Davis, and others. Its loose narrative concerns an unhappily married couple (Taylor Mead and Viva) that rent their beach house to a group of surfers. 
One of the last films in which Warhol had direct involvement, San Diego Surf was the first time Warhol had made a movie in California since the early Tarzan and Jane Regained, Sort Of … in 1963. The month after San Diego Surf filming was completed, Warhol was critically wounded by Valerie Solonas, who shot the artist in the stomach, virtually ending his work behind the movie camera.  View high resolution

This weekend I attended the west coast premiere of Andy Warhol’s San Diego Surf, filmed locally at Black’s Beach, at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego.  The film is a smartly funny commentary on surf culture & La Jolla high society.  It’s pre-SNL genius.

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In May 1968, Andy Warhol filmed San Diego Surf on the shores of La Jolla. It was only partially edited and never released—until now. MCASD La Jolla will hosted the West Coast premier of the film.  The film was recently released by The Andy Warhol Museum, and has only been shown at one other venue. It was screened at The Museum of Modern Art in New York.

The film features Factory superstars Viva, Taylor Mead, Louis Waldon, Joe Dallesandro, Tom Hompertz, Ingrid Superstar, Eric Emerson, Nawana Davis, and others. Its loose narrative concerns an unhappily married couple (Taylor Mead and Viva) that rent their beach house to a group of surfers. 

One of the last films in which Warhol had direct involvement, San Diego Surf was the first time Warhol had made a movie in California since the early Tarzan and Jane Regained, Sort Of … in 1963. The month after San Diego Surf filming was completed, Warhol was critically wounded by Valerie Solonas, who shot the artist in the stomach, virtually ending his work behind the movie camera. 

Boat art @ Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, La Jolla View high resolution

Boat art @ Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, La Jolla

Cayó del Cielo (Fallen from the Sky), Chalma, México, 1990
Graciela Iturbide
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Cayó del Cielo (Fallen from the Sky), Chalma, México, 1990

Graciela Iturbide

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