Wow – holiday season events are busting out all over this weekend, both city-wide and locally. This is one of those weekends that is just [more…]
Sponsored Post: District La Brea invites you to its 2018 Holiday Shop & Stroll event on December 1st from 12 noon to 4 p.m. Retailers between [more…]
The folks at District La Brea, the collection of retailers and galleries on La Brea between 1st and 2nd Streets, are excited to announce the [more…]
District La Brea hosts a Summer Series block party on Saturday from 4p-7p.
Raul Ojeda is a cobbler savant. He learned how to repair shoes at the foot of the master – Don Willie of Willie’s Shoes on Cahuenga. Ojeda took to the work and honed his skills – eventually mastering the art of creating new shoes, made to measure. His attention to detail and to building shoes in a traditional manner have made him one of the go to LA cobblers for people who appreciate quality footwear. [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.]
There’s work underway on the northeast corner of La Brea and 2nd which is expected to add to the colorful and vibrant slew of businesses in the LaBrea corridor. Looking for a debut on May 1st: Graffiti. The coffeehouse and music venue…[Read more.]
It’s a La Brea renaissance – with all the great spaces opening up on our once-drab, six-lane-wide, auto-centric La Brea Ave, it truly does seem like the private sector is making a SoHo West right here on the eastern edge of Hancock Park.
LaBrea is coming to life… [read more]
What is moving into the cavernous open-air space on the corner of La Brea and 4th? For a few months now we’ve seen ACE MUSEUM painted boldly on the interior of the former car dealership and we stopped by to learn what’s going on. Looks like it’s …[Read more…]
For the past several weeks, we’ve wondered what the units on La Brea and First are all about…is it a film set? Is it a [more…]
All of a sudden, La Brea is starting to look like there is a mini-renaissance going on. The area between 1st and 2nd on the West [more…]