Since the first event in 2010, CicLAvia is now the largest car-free, open streets event in the nation. Most recently the event brought West Hollywood and Hollywood together. I talked with CicLAvia’s Director of Production, Rachel Burke for some insider info.
When downtown Los Angeles was slowly becoming a destination rather than a place to avoid, The Last Bookstore set up shop in 2005. Now the largest new and used bookstore in the state, it has itself become a destination reminding us of the importance of a
sense of place over consumerism.
Sunday funday wandering around the Japanese Garden: Suiho-En, in the San Fernando Valley.
The ’80s may be long gone, but they are anything but forgotten.
LA’s Greek Theatre celebrated its 88th birthday earlier this week. Have a quick read on why I think it deserves to be recognized as one of LA’s great outdoor gathering spaces.
Check in for a quick rundown of two artists worth your while. It doesn’t get much better than a live show that at the very least sets your mind at ease and makes you forget about your cares for awhile, but also has the potential to remind you of your humanity and even take you on a journey of that humanity throughout the entirety of the show.
Location, location, location: how film and television shed light on the culture and importance of our shared places.
The power of stories