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Dia de los Muertos Events 2014

Olvera Street Merchants Association Now through Nov. 2, 2014 FREE The Olvera Street Merchants and El Pueblo Historical Monument 125 Paseo de la Plaza in downtown Los Angeles (across from Union Station.) (213) 625-7074. Blessings and Novenaria Processions take place along … Continue reading

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Artisanal LA 2014

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It’s Time for the Chinatown Moon Festival!

Saturday night Chinatown will celebrate the 74th annual Moon Festival. The Autumn Moon Festival takes place in the Central Plaza beginning at 5pm. It is believed that this is the time of the year when the moon is at its fullest and … Continue reading

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Random LA: “A mannequin in a bikini will bring ‘em in!”

I can only hope she comes alive at night and fights the patriarchy.

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El Gaucho Meat Market: A Great Taste of Argentina in Redondo Beach

Having lived in Redondo Beach for many years, I found that there was a great selection of interesting places to shop and eat there. One of my favorites, El Gaucho Meat Market, is an unassuming store in a shopping plaza … Continue reading

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Antiques Row: Bearded Lady Vintage

This little cottage in Burbank holds big surprises. Bearded Lady Vintage set up shop on the edge of Magnolia’s antiques row about a year ago. It is not your average grandma’s pearls and doll shop. Kiko and Erick, who are … Continue reading

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Burbank: Heaven for Insomniacs

It’s 3am and you can’t sleep? Do you work the graveyard shift and you have a thousand things to get done? Cruise on down to Burbank where you can run your errands all night long. Maybe it’s to cater to … Continue reading

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Fry’s Woodland Hills: Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass

You are probably already aware that each Fry’s electronics store is built around an elaborate individualized theme. Frys, which first opened in Silicon Valley in 1985, started the themes with its second store in Sunnyvale which is now defunct. The store was … Continue reading

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2014 Lotus Festival

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Sweet Rose Creamery treats Downtown L.A. Arts District to pop up ice cream delights

Sweet Rose Creamery, a small batch ice cream shop, is known for Executive Chef and owner Shiho Yoshikawa’s dedication to making the best ice cream possible out of fresh, organic dairy ingredients and farmer’s market fruits and produce. Every Saturday … Continue reading

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