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Los Angeles ComicCon After Stan Lee
It’s going to be one-year next month since the great Stan Lee passed away (November 12, 2018), and it’s been tough on the world of comics and Marvel alike. Since taking over Comikaze in 2011, Stan Lee introduced Stan Lee’s Comikaze to Los Angeles in 2012. Every year in October, the Los Angeles Convention Center has been home to Stan Lee’s Comikaze, but in 2016 the name was changed to Stan Lee’s ComicCon. After the passing of Stan Lee, Los Angeles Comic Con still grows strong and has grown its audience this past year.
'Prospect': An Original Futuristic Film by Dust
With reboots and prequels happening to favorite TV shows and movie franchise, it’s nice to see original movies coming out on the big screen, and it’s even better when the movie is filled with action, suspense, and great characters. This is what Gunpowder & Sky’s sci-fi label Dust introduced to attendees at Los Angeles Comic Con this past weekend (October 26 to October 28, 2018) with their futuristic film Prospect.
Peru Celebrates Its Pisco Cocktail with Its Own National Holiday
Latin America is filled with tons of rich culture, adventure, and architecture that keeps tourists on their toes, but the one thing that visitors can agree on is how enticing Latin American food is. Of course, each Country has their specific National dish that they're famous for, and the same goes for National Drinks — Mexico, for example has Tequila and Costa Rica has their sugar cane drink, Guaro.
Lenses For Your Smartphone
With technology advancing and the 21st Century being known as the Social Media Era, it’s no surprise that smartphones are being equipped with cameras that take phenomenal photos. But is using just the phone’s camera enough? Maybe…depending on what type of smartphone you have. This is why I’m glad that companies like Olloclip, Lenzii, and Aukey have developed and came out with a smartphone’s best companion—portable lenses.
A Twist to Traditional Churros
Churros are a favorite to amusement park goers across the United States, and although the origin of where churros first came from and which country concocted these delicious sugary treats still remains uncertain, one thing's for sure—churros have been a family favorite for generations.
Humans and Animals Working Together
Humans and animals working together to benefit out Earth may sound insane to those who do not believe that climate change is happening, but those who see this evolving problem that’s affecting our planet know that we need to act fast...and now. California barely made it out of a bad drought that was affecting our land, crops, and homestead for years. The scorching heat that we’re having throughout the country is proof that our weather continues to drastically change. The ice melting in the Arctic at rapid speed is not normal, and the shift of natural disasters occurring where they usually don’t—like earthquakes and tornadoes is scary.
Life in 360°
Technology is growing and shaping the way we take photographs. We even capture and create memories using our cell phones, so it's not surprising that photography is still an evolving industry. Videos and photographs are about to change our point of view that will have us seeing the world in 360° degrees.
The Sky's the Limit at Skyspace LA
The Sky’s the limit in Los Angeles and thanks to OUE Skyspace LA, they’re giving Angelinos a bird’s eye view of the City of Dreams. This is OUE’s first attraction in Los Angeles and opened its doors on June 25, 2016—Its 1 year Anniversary is approaching in a couple of months, and what better way to celebrate?