Sponsored Post: Come in to Hollyhock Tuesday, November 7th, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and begin shopping for the season with the Janet Mavec Orchard [more…]
Sponsored Post F. Scott Fitzgerald said that “There are all kinds of love in this world but never the same love twice.” The [more…]
Sponsored Post The Willows Community School proudly presents an evening with Frank Bruni, New York Times Op-Ed Columnist, bestselling author, and frequent MSNBC and [more…]
One thing about living in the City – we generally miss out on some of the establishments better known for being located in the suburbs. [more…]
Save your pipes and sewer lines from corrosive build up! The City has a plan…dispose of Holiday fryer oil and feel good about recycling. Save yourself from future pipe blockage!
As part of Big Sunday, the newly formed St. James Girl Scout Troops will host an Alex’s Lemonade Stand to raise funds and awareness for kids’ cancer on Sunday, May 5th from 10am-3pm, in front of Haas Salon on Larchmont Boulevard.
The John Burroughs Middle School “College Awareness 2012” went off without a hitch this week even though it involved moving some 620 8th grade students via 14 yellow busses to campuses around Southern California.
The Craft and Folk Art Museum on Wilshire Blvd. has an unlikely exhibit appearing on the 2nd floor – a history of ink on skin – the tatttoo as art form.
We think it’s always fun to share with family and friend that celebs shop where you shop. Sharon Stone was at Yogurtland on 3rd and LaBrea last week.
Television personality and Clinical Psychologist Dr. Michelle Golland has opened the Loft@Larchmont to create a healing and wellness center that will showcase artwork and wellness programs for the Larchmont Village community…[Read more.]
Be forewarned if you head to the Original Farmer’s Market with a child in tow: Dylan’s Candy Bar is open….[Read more.]
If you are in to craft beer, there’s a great local spot that you will want to get to know. Beer Belly: a craft beer bar is a cool spot that’s a perfect place to hang with friends, watch a game, or listen to music – all while discovering some of the great craft beers being produced in the Greater Los Angeles area. [Read more…]
Ohio blogger Julia, the writer behind the blog Hooked on Houses, recently posted a story about the houses used as locations in the popular 2003 movie Cheaper by the Dozen.
How did Angelenos cool off in days past? Curbed LA dug through the archives of the LAPL and USC to share some great shots … [Read more.]
The wanna-be glamorous Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood just got a minor face lift thanks to the artwork of local students and support from the Hollywood Business Improvement District (BID)…[Read more.]
Registration for Wilshire Softball Fall Ball 2012 is now open. Because Wilshire Softball partners with other leagues in the Fall, the number of teams Wilshire can assemble is limited so sign up fast…[Read more.]
A team made of up of local moms who started playing tennis a year and a half ago at Queen Anne Park, are headed to USTA Sectionals in Costa Mesa for the second year in a row this weekend…[Read more.]
There’s a new coffee spot on the LACMA campus these days – but the secret here may not be the coffee but the milkshakes which you can order with a spike of booze…[Read more.]
La Brea is at it again – defining design in a new way that we haven’t seen before. Another new space – devoted to “sound” not fashion, food or art – makes it worth exploring the block between 1st and 2nd on La Brea Ave…[Read more.]
Chevy has a great commercial running in the Olympics – a spot that celebrates their 100 year anniversary and focuses on some beautiful scenes including The Grand Canyon, Muir Woods and Half Dome. Ray Charles sings “America the Beautiful” in the background. And the last beautiful scene…a classic craftsman home on Norton Avenue [Read more…]