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LA Kings: The man behind hockey’s most entertaining Twitter feed

LA Kings: The man behind hockey’s most entertaining Twitter feed

LOS ANGELES, CA – JUNE 07: Dwight King #74 celebrates teammate Jarret Stoll #28 of the Los Angeles Kings goal against Henrik Lundqvist #30 of the New York Rangers in the second period during Game Two of the 2014 NHL Stanley Cup Final at the Staples Center on June 7, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. […]

Boneyard Bistro

Boneyard Bistro

WHY These guys make damn good barbecue and damn fine party food. WHAT This Sherman Oaks restaurant has a thriving catering business as well. Chef Aaron Robins combines traditional, people-pleasing barbecue with a more modern approach to service and sides—so instead of generic cole slaw, with your ribs you can have such things as fire-roasted […]

The Weekend Go Go: Hollywood Fringe Fest, L.A. Design Fest, 50 Shades of Cake + More

The Weekend Go Go: Hollywood Fringe Fest, L.A. Design Fest, 50 Shades of Cake + More

The Weekend Go Go: the best of the fests + parties, cocktails and Depressed Cake. Read the Full Story at Eat: Los Angeles

Eastside Property: A barbecue space for Dad

Eastside Property: A barbecue space for Dad

By Marni Epstein In honor of Dad, that Baron of Barbecue, that Master of Mesquite, we’re in search of the perfect deck or patio for his grill and a Father’s Day celebration. Find out what it costs to gift dad the ideal grilling spot this year with this sample of properties in Echo Park, El […]

Levitt Pavilion Welcomes Summer

Levitt Pavilion Welcomes Summer

Father’s Day, June 15th, opens Levitt Pavilion Pasadena‘s summer of 50 free concerts. Jazz singer Barbara Morrision kicks things off Sunday evening with her jazz program. After a twenty-year career, Morrison has been called legendary, acclaimed, and compared to some of the greatest female jazz and blues singers. She’s appeared and performed with the likes of […]

How renters are dealing with SoCal’s rent crisis?

How renters are dealing with SoCal’s rent crisis?

Ben Burgman’s series “High Rent, Few Options,” looks into the rental infrastructure in Los Angeles. ; Credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images California’s economy continues to shine brighter compared to the rest of the country’s, according to the latest UCLA Anderson Forecast released Thursday. Growth in the state is driven largely by the improving housing market. Home […]

Need a Spare?

Need a Spare?

Various sights seen while running errands, going to meetings, completing jury duty…           Lots of cranes, road closures, and building going on around town…here is intersection of El Molino Avenue and Green Street…   At El Molino Avenue and Ardmore Road, a big puff ball of a tree…       […]

Beet Cabbage Slaw with Lime Dressing

Beet Cabbage Slaw with Lime Dressing

Ingredients: ½ large head of your favorite cabbage 1 large beet 3 large carrots The juice of one lime 1 tablespoon honey 2 tablespoons rice vinegar 2 tablespoons soy sauce   Directions: Finely chop your cabbage into small strips. Place in a large bowl. Wash your beet and peel if it’s not organic (but try […]

“Blaggs Occasional Flea Market Style Sidewalk Sale”

“Blaggs Occasional Flea Market Style Sidewalk Sale”

“Blaggs Occasional Flea Market Style Sidewalk Sale” is what local artist and thingmaker Dave Lovejoy calls it… Folks often ask where I get my materials – here’s one such place: Blaggs Occasional Flea Market Style Sidewalk Sale. In the Arts District of Highland Park, this event features antiques, collectibles, vintage items, art work, curiosities, and […]

Morning Report: Sheriff’s training academy returns to East L.A.; police looking for City Terrace suspect; Echo Park construction watch

Morning Report: Sheriff’s training academy returns to East L.A.; police looking for City Terrace suspect; Echo Park construction watch

News & Notes: The L.A. County Sheriff has reopened its training academy in East Los Angeles after a $22 million renovation, reports the Daily News. The hilltop Biscailuz Center had been closed for 30 years after the department moved the academy to Whittier. Police are looking for a man who took photos of a boy […]

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