The original farmer’s market at Third and Fairfax is celebrating its 78th birthday with its “Taste of Farmers Market.”
In short, Short Order LA serves up classic American flair, with a twist.
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Bocce, ghosts, and Michael Jackson, not necessarily all at the same time. Bring it, week!
From a president’s birthday to a crooner’s concert, LA’s got your escapism this week.
Menorah lightings, potato latkes, fun for the whole family during this week of Hanukkah celebrations all over town.
There are so many things to do this week it will make your head spin. Relax: we had two great minds come up with the right list of activities for folks all over SoCal. You’re welcome.
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A vehicle barrier is being installed along two and a half blocks surrounding the Santa Monica Famer’s market, eight years after a deadly accident killed ten people.
Heavy duty nets will be in place next month to protect pedestrians at the Santa Monica Farmers Market where 10 people were killed when an elderly motorist sped through the open-air marketplace in 2003.
With so many farms and orchards close by, it’s no wonder that the Inland Empire is a hotbed of farmers markets happening all throughout the week.
If you aren’t heading to New Orleans this week to celebrate Mardi Gras, no problem! There are plenty of places right here in Los Angeles where you can celebrate the festive season this weekend and on Fat Tuesday, March 8.
The organizers of the street market between Hollywood and Sunset boulevards are in a dispute with the L.A. Film School, which claims vendors are blocking access to a school parking lot on Sundays.
It’s great to show off the tourist spots to visitors, but what Grandparents really want is to spend time with the grandkids and visit places where they can play and experience the fun together.