Video highlights from our Dodgertown Bike Ride!
Earlier this summer, my friend and fellow bike advocate/activist Carlos Morales proposed a group bike ride to Dodger Stadium on Saturday, September 1 for his Eastside Bike Club and any other interested cyclists. They would do a 4-mile ride from El Sereno [...]
On Monday, the Los Angeles Kings made history, garnering their 45-year-old franchise’s first-ever Stanley Cup championship , and the first hockey championship in Los Angeles.
On Wednesday, I was all set to go to the Dodgers-Angels game when it was announced the 2012 Stanley Cup Champs will be there and bring The Stanley [...]
I’d have to say that my musical exploits has lead me to interesting places. Playing music and singing at funerals might be depressing or morbid to some but they can be inspiring events, especially when you get to know about the deceased’s impact on not only their family and friends, but the world. And [...]
Today was the last day of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. Much has been said about the level of interest in soccer/futbol/football in the normally non-soccer crazy United States, but the influence and global reach of the Internet and social networking sites made the event, the teams and the sport ubiquitous [...]
Well it's isa, dalawa, tatlo strikes you're out at the old ball gaaaame!
Tonight, I not only took in a Dodger game, but partook in some ethnic pride in attending the second “My Town: Philippines” night at Dodger Stadium, where the Boys in Blue played the third and final series game [...]
On Friday, February 5, 2010, at the age of 38, I, Elson Trinidad, a lifelong resident of Los Angeles, attended my very first Lakers game.
And so marks another New Year’s Resolution (for the past several years) achieved. Yeah, it took a while.
Why so long? Well, many reasons. Most of you who know [...]