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“Humor heightens our sense of survival and preserves our sanity.”
– Charlie Chaplin

Hi, I’m CB, which is what my friends have called me my entire life. I’ve been an actor for 40 years and a traveler for life, mostly through tour guiding. Everyday people are all of us, and food and family, to me, are the centers of life. I would like to share with you the travels and the people and the food I have been so blessed to experience and the tips and tricks I’ve learned that make traveling a life changer.

Latest Blogs

Blogs entries every week on everything from travel to food to living in Southern California.

Chile-How the Andes almost claimed me

Chile-How the Andes almost claimed me 2 life-altering days in Santiago   “I’ll be fine, you guys go ahead.” I didn’t feel fine, my heart racing near uncontrollably after being physically ill a number of […]

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Pop’s Southern Fried Catfish

Pop’s Southern Fried Catfish The star of every fish fry   The fish fry, or cookout has been a staple in Black communities since the days of slavery. All over the United States, families, friends […]

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Hola Cuba

Hola Cuba   Why everyone should visit that magical island at least once A difficult task is writing about Cuba. The experience of Cuba. The magic of Cuba. The mystery of Cuba. Impossible to articulate […]

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Everyday People



This Weeks EP!

Gayle W!

Everyday People Weekly

Everyday people are all of us. The idea is that you can go anywhere and ask anyone that you meet the same basic questions and be fascinated by the differences in answers, but often with common themes.
Around the world we may grow up different but we all share so much in common. Each week, a new ‘Everyday Person’ will be featured with their full names protected for privacy purposes. Click on the photo to read their responses.

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My Life as an Actor

My Life as an Actor

I’ve spent 40 years attempting to fulfill my dream.To be an actor and make people.😊Sometimes it worked.

Volunteering and the Westside Food Bank

Volunteering has changed my life in so many ways. I feel like I’ve been blessed many more times than I’ve been a blessing through volunteering. Starting with 1 hour a week at the food bank 19 years ago, now they are family. I encourage all to find an opportunity.