Ella was a therapy dog, lover, healer, jokester, athlete, protector, supporter, friend, teacher and so much more. She was the most graceful dog I have ever known and she taught me a lot about life and being a better human.
We all know it happens and there is a rumor going around that they do it on purpose. However, this guy seems to have no luck at Starbucks getting his name right. Can you guess what his name is? You’ll find the answer by watching the video at the end.
There are many familiar or recurring nameless faces we see in Los Angeles. For the last 3 years this man has been at the entrance of the 10 West FWY and after reading his signs and being inspired, I decided to stop and get to know him. Below are some things you might not know about this man.
Get ready for your next big family gathering by preparing cheekofteh and dolma. Don’t forget to bring the vodka or Arak.
I love attending thinkLA events as it gives me a chance to learn something new and network with colleagues in the digital marketing industry. Speakers included top executives from Google, Awesomeness TV, VICE and Blumhouse. A full recap can be found at thinkLA.
Here are my take-aways from the breakfast…
A deep look at how movie marketers are using social, mobile and video properties and applications in their digital marketing efforts.
I was invited to join Taco Bell as they hosted Our 2nd Life, a group of six youtube personalities on their test kitchen visit to Taco Bell. Also in the agenda, a visit to a local Taco Bell for meet up with fans. As a marketer, I am always intrigued at what goes on behind the scenes when a brand uses social media. Lots of prep work was done before the day’s events. The list below is small glimpse of their day.