The MiracleMileLA.com website is a great place to get lost in the history of the Miracle Mile. They have a collection of old photos that provide a glimpse of the area when oil wells ruled our land.
In Southern California, we are becoming more and more wine savvy every day. As you start to enjoy wines and really delve into what you like, developing a wine cellar might be a natural extension of your culinary pursuits. Here are six tips to ensure that your investment doesn’t turn into expensive salad dressing (vinegar).
The large complex that spans almost two blocks on La Brea between 4th and 6th will soon be the new home to Orchard Supply Hardware, [more…]
According to KCET-TV’s SoCal Connected and the LA Times, an LA Superior Court Judge ruled late on Friday that media companies Clear Channel Entertainment and CBS must pull the plug on 80 digital billboards by 5pm Monday, April 15th…today.
What’s the Buzz on the corner of La Brea and 6th where concrete forms are peaking out from behind the plywood construction fence? A new [more…]
Join curator Liz Gordon at the Loft at Liz’s for a conversation with featured artists as they share works from DEPTH OF FIELD tonight, Tuesday March [more…]
One of the last Blockbuster Video stores in Los Angeles will be closing in mid-April. The Blockbuster Video on La Brea, just north of Wilshire, [more…]
Missing Campanile on La Brea? You can get a taste of Mark Peel again for four nights only starting this Thursday, but make your reservations now.
It took 520 cement trucks and hundreds of workers just one long day to pour the concrete for the massive mixed-use property at Wilshire and La Brea – and there’s a movie to prove it.
The newly constructed CVS/Pharmacy at 3rd and La Brea will open for business on Sunday, January 27th. [Read more…]
La Brea Bakery has the same familiar window, this time on the interior, but their new space at 460 S La Brea is a totally different experience, losing the cozy European feel of the quaint bake shop but gaining sunshine through large windows and ample table seating inside.
Mood Designer Fabrics is moving into a newly renovated space at 645 South La Brea – a space formerly occupied by multiple businesses (most of them closed for a number of years), just north of Wilshire Boulevard and the Lawrence of La Brea textile store .
The new look for the old industrial building at 960 N. La Brea at Romaine has been released, and it appears the area will lose another familiar face on La Brea.
On Monday, a three judge State appeals panel ruled that approximately 100 digital billboards, installed in Los Angeles since a 2006 legal settlement approved by the LA City Council, must be removed. [Read more…]
Cube Cafe and Marketplace is kicking off the Season with a sale on items from their Marketplace…an array of epicurean goodies that have all kinds of holiday possibilities. [Read more…]
There seems to be a new store opening on La Brea almost weekly, but as fast as I turn my head to catch the signs as I drive by, I can’t seem to read them all and have been thinking I should walk the entire strip from Wilshire to Melrose to see what’s going on…[Read more.]
While Campanille officially closed its doors this week, the La Brea Bakery next door will remain open until the end of the year giving residents their traditional baked goods for the holidays.
La Brea is soon going to look a whole lot different with two developments underway…[read more]
The City of Los Angeles Bureau of Street Services will be busy on La Brea this week. Work crews will be re-paving La Brea between [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.]