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Tag Archives: Downtown LA
The LA Wine Fest is back this weekend (June 2-3) for its 12th year of bringing wine and more to downtown Los Angeles. Continue reading
Last Monday, The LA Times celebrated the beginning of their epic month of food events known as the Food Bowl. The patio at City Market South was intimate enough for the beginning of the event, which felt like a reunion … Continue reading
Queer LA: Club Scum Two Year Anniversary Celebration Weekend Night #2: Scum:Shots Photo Exhibit at Lethal Amounts Gallery
Saturday March 24 is night #2 of Rudy Bleu and Hex-Ray’s two year Club Scum anniversary celebration, this event taking place at Lethal Amounts Gallery in the Westlake district of downtown LA. Club Scum photogs show their best captures of … Continue reading
The build your own pizza trend is sweeping LA and Firenza is bringing high quality, fully customizable pizzas to downtown. The first Southern California location for the national pizza chain opens today. Continue reading
Los Angeles held the largest of the global sister marches to the national Women’s March in D.C., 750,000 and counting!! All images by Judy Ornelas Sisneros. All rights reserved.
All images by Judy Ornelas Sisneros. All rights reserved.
Image by Judy Ornelas Sisneros. All rights reserved.
The Four Larks Theater troupe hailing Australia performed a residency and a special showcase of their talents of their interpretation of the classic tale of Orpheus at the Getty Villa last weekend. For those who missed the Getty Villa shows or … Continue reading
A well crafted menu make dinner a dineLA Restaurant Week dinner at the Standard a must do. Continue reading