Looks like it’s going to be a relatively quiet weekend this week, but that just means more time to focus on a few things instead [more…]
There’s a lot going on this weekend, so we’ll give you a head start with several multi-day events already in progress or starting today (Friday, [more…]
Music, arts and several holiday-themed experiences dominate this appropriately cool December weekend. On Saturday, civics and education take center stage in the morning. First up, [more…]
We took a week off from the Weekend Buzz last week, because the post-Thanksgiving weekend was pretty sleepy, event-wise. The machine has definitely kicked into [more…]
With Thanksgiving looming in the middle of next week, it looks like weekend events are taking a bit of a holiday slowdown this week…but there’s [more…]
The weekend actually got a jump on us this week, with the Only in Hollywood Music + Arts Festival, which opened yesterday (Thursday, November 5), [more…]
Once again, whether you like neighborhood and cultural festivals, community volunteer opportunities, art or almost anything else…mid-town L.A. has you covered this weekend. Starting on [more…]
We’ve already mentioned two of this weekend’s big events – the Congress of Neighborhoods and the school greening Green Apple Day of Service – but [more…]
It’s going to be another scorcher of a weekend, but you can’t stay inside forever (or, if you do, at least you can look for [more…]
Hidden Los Angeles and CicLAvia are pleased to present the Iconic Wilshire Boulevard Salon, a celebration and discussion of the grand Los Angeles thoroughfare. The salon will be held on Thursday, June 20 from 7p-9p and will examine the Boulevard that is the focus of the June 23 CicLAvia car-free, open streets event.
No, you’re not having a 1960s flashback if you cruise by CAFAM and feel the three-story building is vibrating hippie granny-squares. This week the public art group “Yarn Bombers LA” attached 8,000 five-inch crocheted yarn squares to the Mid-Wilshire museum facade.
Ever wondered about those colorful knitted patches you see around town? It’s the work of Yarn Bombers. Known by some as “grafitti knitters” and to others as crafty people who like to knit and crochet, Yarn Bombing Los Angeles has a master plan to wrap the Craft and Folk Art Museum at 5814 Wilshire Blvd with thousands of knit and crocheted granny patches – six inch knit squares.