Featured Artist: Holly Wojahn

Holly Wojahn was born into a family where artistic talents were recognized early, and encouraged. Even as a child, Holly believed she’d realize her dream of making art, in some form, her vocation. For over two decades, that has been the case. Holly has had her original works in oil on canvas represented by galleries in the USA, Japan, Canada, and France. Seventeen years ago, Holly moved with her three children to Paris, France, in an effort to expand her children’s cultural horizons, and her own horizons artistically speaking. After several years of having her art...

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Ragnar

What exactly is Ragnar you ask?  As defined by the website, it is “you and 11 of your closest friends running 200(ish) miles, day and night, relay-style, through some of the most scenic terrain North America could muster.  Add in crazy runners, inside jokes and a mild case of sleep deprivation.  The result?  Some call it a slumber party without sleep, pillows, or deodorant.  We call it a Ragnar Relay.” When my friends first approached me with the idea, I thought there is no way I can run 20 miles in the span of 24 hours.  The cool thing about Ragnar is you don’t have to be an...

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A hidden Gem

A hidden gem within Huntington Beach’s art scene can found at Hero’s Pub (714 E Adams Ave. Suite 101, Huntington Beach, CA 92648, Phone: 714-536-1188). This popular, friendly neighborhood watering hole has been home to a thriving art community since February 2009. Once a month a brand new art exhibit debuts on Hero’s walls courtesy of  local artists. Each show resides here for a month and kicks off with a fun, action packed, and highly anticipated reception on Friday nights. Curator Jose Cerda organizes these solo and group shows, which have featured artists Corey Kopp, Jen Gardiner,...

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Boots vs Pink

Am I crazy for wanting something so bad I want to run into the store and declare victory?  Hot pink patent peep toes with a 5” cork heel!  Crazy?  I think not!! Like me, most women are probably in the same clunky shoes we wore last year with no options.  (see my boots below)   Plus, these ones are pink, not the “always practical” black.  Boo black!  These shoes make me wanna dance around in a cute spring dress and dye Easter eggs while sipping a grapefruit Cosmo. Thoughts in head: “Buy them!  Who cares if you can’t afford groceries next week?  Summer’s coming and Top...

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