For my entire life, I’ve always known my dad as a working man.
There’s a saying for Filipino Americans in my generation: “If your parents are Filipino, your father is either an engineer, an accountant or in the military.” Being that my father has a degree in chemical engineering, that definitely rings true for […]
I realized it’s been a while since I’ve been active in the bike advocacy scene, so spurred by a Facebook event invitation, I decided to check out a local meeting for the 4th St. Bike Boulevard’s media campaign for an event on Saturday, July 24.
“The 4th Street Bike Boulevard” is a […]
Hooray for alliteration! How’s this for a Saturday:
State Senators: Cafe Cedillo
I was invited to a “coffee” event with State Senator Gil Cedillo, as many (but not all) elected officials are apt to do in order to be more in touch with their constituents. It took place at Sabor y Cultura Coffeehouse in […]
I was on television today, doing a performance and interview with members of my band, The Soul Barkada. Read all about it in my music blog!
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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 […]
U.S. Congress Candidate Karen Bass speaks at her Victory Party in Mid-Wilshire.
My band, Elson and the Soul Barkada, was hired to play at the election night party of California Assembly Speaker Emeritus and U.S. Congress Candidate Karen Bass on Tuesday night at the UTLA headquarters in Mid-Wilshire. We not only wowed the […]