When I stopped by the new Blossom Floral, not only was I impressed with the selection but also what they did with the pedestrian alley between them and…Continue
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Don't let the name fool you - the Brewery Artwalk is focused on showcasing the art in one of the largest art colonies in the world. The cool thing is that it's in the old Pabst Brewery just northeast of downtown Los AngelesOne of the best events of the year in Los Angeles happens this weekend.
This unguided tour is a maze of artists' lofts like you've never see. There's a restaurant on the sprawling campus that serves beer and wine. There's a library and a…Continue
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Ian Cruickshank, a travel reporter for the Toronto Star, gives top billing to the Rancho Park Golf Course on his short list of where to play golf in Los Angeles.
Cruickshank said he was already a fan of Arnold Palmer when he came upon the 18th tee at Rancho Park Golf…Continue
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I just returned from historic Haines estate on Overland just north of Pico in Rancho Park.
According to RanchoParkOnline.com member Overland Avenue, the Haines have owned the house since it was built in 1930 when there was a dirt road in front.…Continue
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I was one of only 62 that made it to my polling place as of this afternoon.
I asked how that compares and the nice poll worker ladies said - There are about a 1,000 registered voters.
I'm no math major but that's about 5 percent. Not enough.
People are dying in Egypt, Tunisia, Libya and lots of other places for the right to elect…Continue
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Farm Fresh delivers organic produce from the central valley to my doorstep every other Tuesday. They send a newsletter with recipes for the sometimes exotic fruits and…
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I'll be at MLK Park on Western from noon to 2 giving away fruit trees. C'mon down.
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The Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade is one of the most important community events in Los Angeles and celebrates one of the most important men in American history.
It also happens to be one of the most fun.
The Kingdom Day Parade starts at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Western Ave. turns left at Crenshaw and curls back up Leimert…Continue
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Los Angeles ended the year with less than 300 killings – something that hasn't happened since 1967, when the population was almost 30% smaller.
Imagine in 1992, there were more than 3 homicides a day. In 2001 there were two every day. Last year there was less than one. (Great graphics from the LATimes.com below.)…Continue
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