It’s not every day you’re driving home late at night in the second largest city in America and encounter a pack of coyotes running down the middle of Beverly Boulevard. Turns out the National Park Service is tracking urban coyotes in LA and the one I captured on video must be “C-144”. She has a GPS collar to track her whereabouts and according to the Topanga Messenger spends most of her time raising 5 pups in my neighborhood. Surprised by a pack of urban coyotes running the streets in the neighborhood. Caught one on video. #coyotes #losangeles #latenight A video posted by Philo Hagen (@philohagen) on Sep 10, 2015 at…
Late night light painting shenanigans and self portraits on the 6th Street Bridge in Los Angeles – with Roman Udalov.
If you’re downtown on a Sunday evening be sure and swing by Pizzanista for a slice of Macaroni n Cheese pizza. They open at 5pm and they only serve mac n cheese on Sundays. It’s the heaviest slice you’ll probably ever eat. Add a little sriracha on top and it’s pure heaven. Gets some!
I recommend ordering the cold brew at The Bourgeoise Pig. It’s serious cold brew for serious coffee people. Rather mad scientist actually. They’re open until 2am.
Near the corner of Willoughby Ave and Van Ness I discovered this lovely lady while riding my bike home last night. I’m not sure who she is, but she’s pretty wonderful.
This weekend I joined more than 400 others and rode my bicycle naked through the streets of Los Angeles for World Naked Bike Ride Los Angeles 2015. Not everybody was naked, and some went with roller skates and skateboards instead of bicycles, but we rolled through downtown, Chinatown, Lincoln Heights, rode along the LA River, passed the Silverlake reservoir and Echo Park. I was told it was a total of about 19 miles and the weather was perfectly cool side for most of it. I made a little video out of some of the Snapchats I sent while riding. Why not join us next year?