Sponsored Post: While The Original Farmers Market at Third and Fairfax has always been the perfect grocery shopping destination, the new Merchant of the Month program [more…]
Sponsored Post: While The Original Farmers Market at Third and Fairfax has always been the perfect grocery shopping destination, the new Merchant of the Month [more…]
Sponsored Post: While The Original Farmers Market at Third & Fairfax has always been the perfect grocery shopping destination, the new Merchant of the Month [more…]
This is Veterans’ Day weekend, so many families may have a nice leisurely three days, with many kids off school today. Saturday seems to be [more…]
This is another of those great eclectic weekends in mid-town LA – we’ve got art, music, books, bread, architecture…and even karate. No excuse to be [more…]
Saturday is Earth Day — it’s the 47th anniversary of the day that marks the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970. In our little [more…]
Local LAPD Olympic Division Senior Lead Officer Joe Ciritto will be one of hundreds of fire fighters and police officers running tomorrow, Sunday, February 12, [more…]
Some of L.A.’s big annual Halloween season events seem to be starting this weekend, and one of the most notable is one that won’t be happening: L.A. [more…]
Developer Rick Caruso’s proposed Palisades Village project, the redevelopment of Swarthmore Avenue in the Pacific Palisades, has won final approval from the Los Angeles City [more…]
On what Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti described as the “hottest day of the year,” civic leaders and representatives of every police and fire department in [more…]
The first Miracle Mile Patriotic Parade is planned for Monday, June 29 to honor the spirit of cooperation and patriotism in the Miracle Mile, a “Pocket [more…]
Multi-platinum singer Josh Groban, who grew up in Hancock Park, will be signing copies of his recently released CD ‘Stages’ at Barnes & Noble at [more…]
Meet Hillary Rodham Clinton, America’s 67th Secretary of State and former Presidential candidate, at Barnes & Noble at The Grove on Thursday, June 19 at [more…]
The 11th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting at The Grove takes place this Sunday, November 17.
What if you hopped on the Grove trolley after lunch at the Cheesecake Factory, and road it to the end of the line to find [more…]
The Grove will be celebrating Valentine’s day on Thursday – and it’s all about the love for new British retailer Topshop. The Grove’s Topshop/Topman store will be the fashion chain’s first in Los Angeles…[Read more…]
See’s Candies is opening a permanent location at The Grove on Saturday, February 2nd. The shop will be adjacent to The Whisper Restaurant on Bow Street.
You’ve heard a hint of Christmas music, seen green and red taking over the aisles where orange once dominated. This weekend it’ll be confirmed when the Grove lights their 100 foot tree – Christmas is just around the corner.
The Grove is full of change these days! The latest announcement is really sweet…and might require a little self control on your way to the parking structure.
Sprinkles is opening at The Grove in November. [Read more…]
Gordon Ramsay’s gastropub The Fat Cow is currently opened for dinner at The Grove . The eagerly awaited restaurant opened Wednesday in a space that looks to make the most of the horizontally oriented spot that was formerly The Farm. The soft opening widens to include lunch on Sunday. [Read more…]