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ROW DTLA Reopens: Great Dining in Expansive Outdoor Spaces

Delicious food in spacious, walkable surroundings is needed now more than ever, thanks to COVID-19’s continuing limitations. Happily, ROW DTLA recently reopened several of its eateries. Encompassing 30 expansive acres near the Arts District and Little Tokyo, ROW DTLA offers … Continue reading

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The Rundown: This Week in Brief 07/30/2020

Shepard Fairey Posts “American Rage” Around Town New Shepard Fairey posters have been popping up around town. The above print, “American Rage” recently showed up in Little Armenia. The image is based on a photo by Ted Soqui taken during … Continue reading

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The Rundown: This Week in Brief 07/24/20

Here is our weekly roundup of news and happenings in and around L.A. Big news in local music this week. Burger Records Folds after being Swamped with Sexual Misconduct Allegations After a short-lived attempt to make amends, change up the … Continue reading

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Celebrate the Dodgers with a Trejo’s Donut!

The Dodgers beat the Giants 8 to 1 on yesterday’s opening day for the MLB.  Trejo’s Coffee and Donuts on Santa Monica Boulevard is celebrating all weekend with their “LA Dodgers Donut.” The buttermilk glaze donut is filled with blueberry … Continue reading

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BBQ Recipes for the Best 4th of July Ever!

Yes, I understand it is a hyperbolic title, but just because we have to forgo the usual 4th of July traditions of partying and blowing shit up, it doesn’t mean you can’t have an awesome meal with your loved ones. … Continue reading

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Grand Park Invites You to Celebrate the 4th of July at Home with Rapper D Smoke, Chef Susan Feniger, Danny Trejo, and Shepard Fairey

Grand Park + The Music Center’s annual Block Parties have been Los Angeles’ go-to events for eight years. In spite of the Covid pandemic, they will continue to tradition with their “4th of July Block Party: Home Edition.” The first … Continue reading

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What Have You Been Smoking? A Guide to the Best Ribs Ever!

It is officially barbeque season! If you’ve already mastered grilling, and are ready to move up to the next level, welcome to the world of smoking. Just remember, grilling is like a one-night stand and smoking is like a marriage. … Continue reading

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Celebrate Juneteenth with Pies for Justice

This Friday marks the celebration known as Juneteenth. The 4th of July was not an independence day for all Americans. Not even the Emancipation Proclamation freed everybody. Juneteenth commemorates June 19th, 1865, when the Union Army arrived in Galveston Texas, and … Continue reading

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Enjoy Pasadena Restaurant Week Before it’s Too Late!

Right now the Pasadena Restaurant Week is happening, with a little bit of a twist. The “Take Out Edition” continues through Saturday May 2, 2020. Enjoy delicious meals from some of the best restaurants in Pasadena in the comfort of your … Continue reading

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Gardening in the Time of Corona

You may have noticed that Spring has sprung, even if it feels like summer. If you have cabin fever and no more appetite for puzzles, series bingeing, quarantine cooking and Zoom happy hours, the good news is that your backyard … Continue reading

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