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How to Make a Rainbow


Observed over the course of two years, How to Make a Rainbow is the story of a young girl and her mother, as they move together through transitions of home, identity and name.

Directed by Synchronicity-member Ryan Maxey

Featuring and Produced by Synchronicity co-founder and former resident, Jade Phoenix Martinez

How to Make a Rainbow from Maxey Fish on Vimeo.

sync 10!

Synchronicity LA is turning 10 years old this October. ⓌⒶⓊⓊⓊⓌ.
and it’s gonna be
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October 6, 2018
2pm – Midnight
at Synchronicity LA
open bar happy hour 3-5pm!

vegan tacos from de la luna catering
sync museum
tiny house tiny bar
giant free store
local beer on tap

johanna chase
mc draperies
special head
belinda julep
wesley francis

new mop arrives in mail

BLVD Friendsgiving in About a Minute – Twenty Seventeen

Friendsgiving goes down hard style at sync every time this year give thanks you turkeys.

BLVD Friendsgiving in About a Minute – Twenty Seventeen from Ryan Maxey on Vimeo.

Foldy Fool

I love LA, love biking, love making videos… here’s one I made for Brompton, the maker of my lil foldy.


Sync Grub

The community meal plan is providing a cozy place to eat with friends and loved ones this winter. Check out our new instagram account where we’re documenting some of the tasty dishes the grub members are serving:

Los Angeles Intentional Community Meet Up

We recently participated in the LA Intentional Community Meet Up hosted by the LA EcoVillage.  Thanks to everyone who came out–from about 15 communities!  We have a plan to make this a quarterly event, so if you’re an IC in the area please email us and we’ll keep you posted.  img_8401

Happy 100th Birthday National Parks Service!


HAPPY 100th BIRTHDAY NATIONAL PARKS SERVICE! Here’s my perspective on how insanely hard it is to protect lands from our destructive human race. The best and worst of humanity has been on full display throughout this journey. Shout out to the artists, scientists, and yes, the benevolent richfolk with their head in the right place. And above all else, we must acknowledge and pay respect to the native people who were stripped of their homeland.
Hope you all are getting out there and feeling the power of these awesome lands.



The Rocket on the Roof

Follow Synchronicitite Wesley as he tries to get to the bottom of a local mystery… Why the hell is there a 20 foot ‘USA’ rocket on the roof of a nearby apartment building?

Made by Synchronicitite Ryan Maxey and Synchronicimate Josh Polon.

Garlic Appreciation

Some members of the house attended the Gilroy Garlic Festival last week. With so much talk about garlic, we hosted a garlic appreciation potluck at the house. 90% of commercial garlic in the U.S. is grown in California.

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Oh My Gourd!

We grew this giant snake gourd in our backyard!  Someone’s new didgeridoo?IMG_0162

It’s sunflower time at Sync

Happy May, lovers!IMG_9572 IMG_9576 IMG_9609

Picture From Synchronicity’s House Retreat


Fun house times from Sync’s retreat (fall of 2015)!

Synchronicity LA Salon: Nice Comeback!

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Salon ComeBACK

We’ve been invited by Blu Elefant Cafe to extend our living room to the their cozy space (Thank you Inri!)!
We’ll be offering a simple Vegan Dinner for a $4 donation at 6:30.  Come by and eat with us. All dinner donations go to Blu Elefant as a thanks for hosting.
The Salon will be similar format, 5 minute slots and an intermission half way through.
Blu Elefant is extending its hours from 8 – 11pm to host our salon.  It will technically be a private event with a password.  Cheap beer will be available by donation.
Make some shit and bring it – polished or not. Try something new. Write something now! Or tomorrow. Or 10 minutes before you present. Challenge yourself. Challenge the crowd. Collaborate with someone you met at the last Salon. 

The Synchronicity LA Salon is a monthly night of creative expression that started in our living room. It began in January 2010 as a safe space for the folks of Synchronicity and our friends to share finished or unfinished works of art, poetry, song, or any form of creative release. The idea was to encourage people in the community to create, share, and hear thoughts or ideas from friends. It has since expanded, outgrowing our living room, and we have enjoyed works of musicians, poets, storytellers, palindromists, historians, novelists, ramblers, gamblers, painters, filmmakers, drunks, fathers, mothers, lovers, dreamers, and psychedelic clowns from all over this land!


Happy Friends, happy foods


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