List of 2015 TV Show Return Dates

Did you enjoy the season 6 premiere of Pretty Little Liars or the season 4 premiere of Switched at Birth last night? I definitely did! I’m also super stoked for American Horror Story to come back tonight. What about you? What are your favorite shows? Are they returning for a new season this year?

Below is a link to Business Insider’s list of TV show return dates!

2015 LIST

Happy New Year!

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Good morning readers,

Happy New Year! Can you believe that it is 2015!? I know it’s cliche and everyone says it but the year has flown by so fast. Many, many THANK YOUs to all of our readers for your continuous support.

We hope you all had a great year! If not, we hope that 2015 brings you everything that you didn’t get in the year prior. I know that I am definitely wishing that this year goes a lot smoother than 2014. I’m not making any New Year resolutions because it is hard to keep those. I will, however, create small goals throughout the year. Like, paying off both credit card bills and getting a car (hey! a girl can dream, right!?)

I hope that in this year to come, you make mistakes.
Because if you are making mistakes, then you are making new things, trying new things, learning, living, pushing yourself, changing yourself, changing your world. You’re doing things you’ve never done before, and more importantly, you’re Doing Something.
So that’s my wish for you, and all of us, and my wish for myself. Make New Mistakes. Make glorious, amazing mistakes. Make mistakes nobody’s ever made before. Don’t freeze, don’t stop, don’t worry that it isn’t good enough, or it isn’t perfect, whatever it is: art, or love, or work or family or life.
Whatever it is you’re scared of doing, Do it.
Make your mistakes, next year and forever.

― Neil Gaiman

With that being said, welcome to the new That LA Writer! Under new management with a new website theme, new writers, and a new Instagram! Please, meet Brianna and Ashley!

With love,
Jessica & That LA Writer ♡

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A New Beginning

Hello everyone!

Thank you for taking the time to read what we post, follow us, and leave comments. As of right now, Katelyn is a newlywed and back in New York ♡ Feel free to comment below congratulating her!

The last few weeks of 2014 are going to be a little hectic, so That LA Writer will be back at the beginning of the new year. Sorry! We will not be posting anything on the website (besides a Merry Christmas). At the beginning of the new year That LA Writer will have a fresh look and new writers! Yay! I’ll introduce them, don’t worry ♡

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Stay tuned!


Happy Hanukkah!

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Good afternoon readers, I hope you are having a good Tuesday.
Happy first day of Hanukkah to those who celebrate!

Hanukkah/ Chanukuh/ Festival of Lights

These eight days are to commemorate the rededication of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem at the time of the Maccabean Revolt, lead by Judah Maccabee, against the Seleucid Empire in the 2nd century BC. It was believed that there was only enough consecrated oil to last one day, but to their surprise it lasted eight days. That is why this celebration is observed for that period of time. Hanukkah is also to remember the Jewish people’s struggle for religious freedom and the survival of their religion.

Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day


Today we remember and honor those who died during the attack on Pearl Harbor.

Seventy-three years ago this morning, the Japanese Navy attacked the United States naval base in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. That day we lost 2,403 American military personnel and civilians and 1,178 others were injured.

A Drive Through Bunker Hill and Downtown Los Angeles, CA – 1940s

A Drive Through Bunker Hill and Downtown Los Angeles, CA – 1940s

How cool is this? I had to share this flashback of our city.

A 9/11 Remembrance

9-11-memorial-museum-dedication-ceremonyThese post are always the hardest to write or even post. Simply because I believe there really is no words to describe the tragedy that struck our great nation on September 11th, 2001.

Being from Upstate New York, I was close but not close enough to be really in the heart of what was going on. I still remember the day though, just like yesterday. I was still in elementary school, I believe 4th grade. My principal’s voice rang over my head via the intercom, telling us that something horrible happened in New York City and that it was not for him or for our teachers to tell us. This was because of our close-ish proximately to NYC; many of us could of had family living or working in the city.

School basically ended after that announcement because parents started to flood in. It was like the whole world wasn’t safe anymore, especially for us children, we were all left in the dark. Thankfully, my mother was able to get off of work early and pick me and my cousin up from school, because it was turning into a ghost town. I remember us both questioning her intensely on the way home and not being able to fully understand what was happening.

We arrived home and immediately my mother turned on the television, we quickly understood everything.


Even though these post are hard to write, they must be expressed. We cannot forget that time in history or those we lost.  I sadly had a distant cousin pass away on 9/11, David M. Weiss. He was a father, husband, friend, first responder and firefighter that happened to in the North Tower on the 30th floor, when the tower collapsed. It has been said that he received a “Mayday” to evacuate, and David responded, ‘No’; because there were people on the 50th floor who needed his help.” Shortly after that radio transmission, the tower collapsed and nothing belonging to him was found in the aftermath. I sadly never met David or the family that he left behind, but the older generations of my family spoke of him.

njManHonorsFirefighter_277_417_90May he forever rest in peace as a Hero.