Friday, May 29, 2015

What We're Talking About This Week

Science is pretty fascinating sometimes, like in this BBC story explaining what would happen were you to fall into a black hole.

San Francisco's South of Market, or SoMa, area has been in a dramatic transformation recently, but the changes started nearly four decades ago.  We love these photos, by Janet Delaney, now on display at the city's de Young Museum, documenting SoMa's shift in the 1970s.

We talk about our favorite foods a lot, but yesterday was National Burger Day, and instead of indulging, we just spent way too long reading this list of Bay Area burgers we need to try.

The country's largest design fair, Dwell on Design, starts today at the LA Convention Center (plus in various homes, etc.) and runs through the weekend - see all the details here.

 These museums opening around the world are giving us a serious urge to travel - the Fondazione Prada Milano and the Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris are both unbelievably amazing looking - but we are happy that one of the top 5 new museums is right here in Downtown LA!  We will definitely be heading to The Broad as soon as it opens in September to see their contemporary collection.


  1. Thanks for the news of the week!! I didn't know that yesterday was national burger day. To be honest, I didn't even know that there's a such day! Thanks for sharing. Xoxo

  2. I can't wait to read more about these!
    Melanie @