Duke Turns 1 (Month)

Last night I got to hang out at Emma and Josh’s place so that I could celebrate their baby boy Duke’s 1 month birthday! It is utterly INSANE to me that Duke is already a month old because it seems like just yesterday that he was born … and now he’s a month and soon he’ll be 10 and then 20 and then I’ll be dead and gone. But, before Duke goes away to college, I was able to hang out with the little dude and his parents last night for an overdue hang out. As you can see below, Duke was happily wearing a little outfit that I got for him which is so darn cute that I have to share the photo far and wide. Will you please look below at how adorable Duke looks at 1 month old? More »

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Sunday Funday On Fleek

As I mentioned yesterday, I ran the 10th anniversary of the Knott’s Berry Farm Coaster Run 10K in Buena Park, CA and because I felt a wee bit guilty for cheating on Disneyland, I made my way back down to Anaheim, CA to spend the latter part of my day with my friends in the parks. The weather was absolutely glorious and after a good shower and a short nap, I was rearin’ to go. Naturally, I had a blast with my peoples because, hello, Sunday Funday at Disneyland and Disney California Adventure is the only way to roll. More »

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Movie Review: ‘Cinderella’, ‘Transformers: The Movie’ & ‘GI Joe: The Movie’ Double Feature

My Saturday was packed full with really fun stuff to do with really great people. In the morning, I was invited to attend an early screening of Cinderella at the El Capitan Theater so I asked my Disney friend Elena to attend with me. We had a very nice movie date together. Later in the day, I met up with Adriana again for a fun movie double feature of the 1986 animated film Transformers: The Movie and the 1987 animated film GI Joe: The Movie at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood. THEN, I had to be up and at Knott’s Berry Farm early this morning to run the Coaster Run 10K race. So, yeah, busy but fun! More »

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The Photoshoot

Last night was a pretty fun night for me. I got to see my dear friend Amelia and I got to hang out with Adriana and any night that I am bathed in babes in a good night. I paid a visit to Amelia at her salon Southpaw in Silverlake for a much-needed haircut and, wonder of wonders, she actually made me look better (who knew?). I’m so lucky that I have Amelia in my life not only as one of my dear friends but also as an amazing hairstylist because she is now my new #1. My friend Josh Rosebook has been cutting my hair ever since I moved to LA but now that his skin and haircare line is taking off like crazy, he is no longer cutting hair. Believe me, I’m very bummed that I won’t have regular appointments with him but I’m so happy for his insane success. Lucky for me, Amelia is also a brilliant hairstylist and, well, I can keep on looking great thanks to her :) More »

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Strike Out

This month is my friend Jesse’e birthday month so he’s decided to celebrate all month long. He’s planning an out of town trip this weekend that I can’t make due to other commitments but I wanted to take him out for a night of fun just the two of us before he takes off this weekend. We met up in Hollywood for a little dinner, a few beers and a whole lotta bowling … and we had so much fun that I think we got his party celebration off to a great start. More »

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In The ‘Civil War’ Trenches

Yesterday was another fairly quiet day for me. Instead of going out into the beautiful sunshiny weather, I decided to stay holed up inside my apartment buried under a pile of reading materials … which, I must admit, were all housed in my handy dandy and very compact iPad mini. Even still, I had a lot of reading that I promised myself I’d get through so I gave it my best go. As I’ve mentioned before, I’m currently reading the 98-issue Marvel Comics Civil War Event and last night I put a very serious dent in my reading. I’m not finished yet but I’m getting close. More »

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Spotting Trains

This week has been pretty quiet for me. I’m trying to keep things easy for a bit so I’m choosing to stick closer to home, keep things more relaxed. I’ve been trying to read through a STACK of comic books mainly because I want to get caught up on thangs before the new Marvel Studios movies come out. But, I do get antsy if I don’t get out of the house at least every other day so last night I made my way to the ArcLight Theater in Pasadena, CA to see a screening of the 1996 British film Trainspotting. This movie is such a great film, I didn’t want to miss this chance to see it on the big screen again. I’m glad I went out to see it last night because, man, I had forgotten how truly great the movie still is. More »

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‘Rebels’ Yell

Last night, Disney XD aired the season 1 finale episode of their new animated TV series Star Wars: Rebels and I spent most of my evening/night binging on the entire first season of the show so that I could watch the finale ep live. I wasn’t able to watch the finale ep, Fire Across the Galaxy, live but I did manage to watch the whole first season in full. It was reported a few weeks ago that Darth Vader would be making an appearance on the finale ep and I wanted to see the ep play out without being spoiled the following day so, I decided to spend my night watching Star Wars: Rebels. More »

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Nice To Meat You

Yesterday was Dapper Day at Disneyland, which basically was just another day for me. Because I hate to dress up, I had no intention of dressing up for Dapper Day. Even still, my Sunday Funday with my Sons of Anakin friends was really fun. We spent the day hanging with a new friend, Alex, who wanted to spend the day with us so that was very cool. Because it got really rainy, we decided to end our Disney day earlier so that we could have an early birthday dinner for our friend Jesse. We went out for Korean BBQ and basically ate everything sight. More »

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Sake Bomb

For most of yesterday, I was glued to my TV set intent on finishing the just-release third season of House of Cards on Netflix. I watched over half of the new season on Friday and then finished up yesterday. And because I spent most of my day in lazy mode, I didn’t want to stop the fun so I spent the rest of my day reading my way through the 98-issue Marvel Comics Civil War Event (I think I’m about half way done). Last night, I met up with Tamar for a housewarming party in Santa Monica and I closed out my night with a bunch of really fun people — and one incredibly cute dog named Sake. I had myself a really rad Saturday. More »

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