Check out the Priceless Things To Do this week in LA, week of September 22nd-28th.
Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer is trying to put a stop to the so-called “Farmers Market” for medical marijuana.
From dineLA to fantastic plays and truffles and wine dinners, this week is sure to be great.
Los Angeles’ first marijuana farmers market began Friday.
It’s a bustling place that has roots that go all the way back to the 1880s.
If you cruise up Fairfax, you’ll find yourself right next to the original Farmer’s Market.
It’s fall, a swell time to get up close and personal with the City of Angeles in order to truly appreciate the whole picture while bonding with your clan. And forget about stocking your wallet before venturing forth because all of these five activities are absolutely free to explore.
Get fresh fruit and vegetables straight from the source.
The cast of CBS’ “The Bold and the Beautiful” will hold a cast meet & greet Friday at the Los Angeles Farmer’s Market.
Why spend another stressful afternoon at your local grocery store? Shop in style at the Farmers Market in Los Angeles.
Shaun Rosendahl of Sunny Cal farms discussed what to look for at the farmers’ market, what you can expect of the produce and the prices for this year.
Iconic restaurant Yamashiro will once again transform their parking lot into a nighttime farmers market with a view.
Every Sunday, the who’s who of the Valley hit the Studio City Farmers Market.
Charles D. Drew University of Medicine and Science, in collaboration with the Vermont Village Community Development Corporation and Heritage Education Group, are launching a full-service weekly farmers’ market at the Crenshaw Christian Center at 7901 South Vermont Ave.
It’s time for a New Year and a new you. Check out what’s going on around you here, we’ve gathered the best events for this week. December 31, 2012 New Year’s Eve Aboard the Queen […]