Norma I. Quintana stayed with us while visiting Los Angeles for Paris Photo L.A., where she signed copies of her beautiful new photography book, Circus: A Traveling Life. She traveled with an independent, one-ring circus every summer for 10 years, chronicling the behind the scenes life on the road in black and white film. You […]
We at The Farmer’s Daughter are always looking to bring together like minded groups of people for quality experiences. So when we have the chance to host such an amazing group, it is an opportunity for us to shine as doing what we love. Jefferson Coombs is the Executive Director of the Cal Alumni Association […]
Alana reads Walk Like A Buddha at The Farmer’s Daughter Lending Library.
“Well, the thing is, I don’t want to stay at any hotels on the East Side where I might run into some acquaintances of mine. I’m traveling incognito,” I said. I hate saying corny things like “traveling incognito.” But when I’m with somebody that’s corny, I always act corny too. –The Catcher In The Rye
Everyone at The Farmer’s Daughter is a big fan of Taschen. We sell some of their books in the lobby and the Robin Rooms. So it’s no surprise that I love wandering over to the clock tower at The Grove where the Taschen store is located and skimming through books on art, music, history, and […]
The Citizens of Culture website was created to celebrate young artists hustling to make a name for themselves. That entity has now evolved into a print magazine thanks to creative entrepreneur Maceo Paisley. In addition to being an online curator and magazine editor, Maceo is a musician and the designer of a men’s accessories line […]
He’s been back in the news recently after funding a wildly successful Kickstarter to bring Reading Rainbow to every child everywhere. And with his new children’s book hitting the market October 7, LeVar Burton is on tour promoting “The Rhino Who Swallowed a Storm” through book signings and readings. One of which falls right around the corner […]
Whether you were a jock or a nerd, a cheerleader or a goth, an academic achiever or a parking lot pot smoker, chances are your adolescence involved one or two (or a couple hundred) juicy stories you’d be aghast to tell your mother. From stealing dad’s magazine stash, to buying booze with a fake ID, […]