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How to Get Free Beauty Products from Saie, a Clean & Sustainable Brand, This Tuesday

Saie Beauty will give away free beauty products when its lavender truck stops at Uncle Paulie’s deli in Beverly Grove on Tuesday, April 13. The visit is part of Saie’s carbon-neutral road trip around Los Angeles to promote Dew Blush, … Continue reading

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Where to Get Easter Brunch & Dinner in LA – 2021 Edition

Easter is this Sunday. Why not celebrate the holiday, along with the dawn of spring and the continued reopening of Los Angeles, with a sublime meal? Whether you’d prefer to bring in something delicious to eat at home or venture … Continue reading

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This New LA Shop Sells Nothing but Elevated Pudding

Will pudding be the next big dessert trend? The owners of Pudu Pudu, a newly opened pudding gallery on Abbot Kinney, are betting on it. The pudding offered here doesn’t bear much resemblance to the Jell-o brand most of us … Continue reading

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Irish Recipes that Aren’t Corned Beef and Cabbage

Once again, we will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with a quiet dinner at home. If corned beef and cabbage isn’t your style, here are a few of my favorite Irish dishes. Beef Braised in Guinness 1 beef bouillon cube (OXO if … Continue reading

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The Cold Brew Coffee That Boosts Brain Function

Cold brew coffee keeps gaining in popularity as people realize that the process — soaking coffee beans in cold water for hours, rather than a quick brew with hot H2o — results in a smoother cup of java. LA-based company … Continue reading

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10 Great dineL.A. Restaurant Week Deals to Enjoy Through March 14

dineL.A. is back! This two-week event featuring well-priced prix-fixe meals from more than 250 Los Angeles restaurants was postponed from January, as restaurant patios were then closed. Now, savor special outdoor dining or takeout meals while supporting our local restaurants … Continue reading

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The Mysteries and Bonuses of Lent: Fish on Fridays

Most people have heard of Mardi Gras, the last big bash before Lent, but not everybody knows what Lent is really about. Lent is a period of 40 days before Easter when Catholics do penance to purify themselves for the … Continue reading

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Laissez les Bons Temps Rouler: Mardi Gras in Los Angeles – 2021 Quarantine Edition

Yes, everything is canceled, but you can still enjoy Mardi Gras in Los Angeles. Here are our recommendations so you can get your Ya Yas out! THE ORIGINAL FARMER’S MARKET Unfortunately, like everything else, the annual Mardi Gras event at … Continue reading

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Gung Hay Fat Choy! Happy Lunar New Year!

Lunar New Year celebrations in L.A.’s Chinatown usually last for three days, but the Lunar New Year this year runs from today, February 12, 2021 to February 26, 2021. Chinese New Year, Spring Festival or the Lunar New Year, celebrates the new … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day 2021: Where to Dine & Get Takeout

Valentine’s Day is this Sunday and we have some dining suggestions for you! Though many Los Angeles restaurants have opened for outdoor dining again, not everyone is ready to return to restaurants at this point. On that note, we’ve provided … Continue reading

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