Lot's to do this weekend - watch roller derby players or model trains roll in El Sereno or spend Saturday morning bird watching along the L.A. River.
ECHO PARK -- Only a few weeks after going up for rent at more than $2,400 a month, the former Beatrice Valenzuela shop has apparently been leased to a new tenant. But who is it?
The default attitude for most adults nowadays is cynicism. So, it is refreshing that a group like Babes can unfurl an earnest pop banner and dance under it for all to see.
What will it be this weekend? A concert of psychedelic cumbia punk or an afternoon of kite flying in El Sereno? Review your options at Eastside Weekend.
The Pop-Hop bookstore in Highland Park will host comedian Maria Bamford for the next three months as she works over new standup material with a changing roster of comedians in a workshop series. Her blend of humor is morbid, joyous, confessional and full of impressions. She does a great Paula Deen.
About 1,000 volunteers spent Saturday, Earth Day, hauling out litter and trash from the Los Angeles River as part of the 26th Annual La Gran Limpieza: The Great Los Angeles River Clean Up.
Eastside Weekend: Spoke(n) Art Ride in Cypress Park; Music at The Market in Highland Park; Designer purge in Echo Park
Even creative types feel the constraints of their 9-5 jobs. La Fabrica is a group of designers who are releasing all the wild imaginings they conjured during their days with clients who had very specific ideas. Designer Detox is a purging of the random thought patterns that percolated during the workday, finally able to see the light of day
ATWATER VILLAGE -- A new restaurant is preparing to open in the space once occupied by Atwater Village Farm, joining several new restaurants that have recently opened up along Glendale Boulevard.
After operating online for the past year, The MiA Project, which showcases U.S. designers and manufacturers, has opened its first store on the west end of York Boulevard. Located in the former home of Gimme Gimme Records, The Mia (Made in America) Project shop will feature everything from homewares and art to lingerie and apothecary.
SILVER LAKE — Food blogger Jenn Pan stopped by the new Knuckle & Claw on a Sunday afternoon found the seafood filling and bread is “everything you hope for in a lobster roll.” The highlights: The bread is soft and buttery, gently toasted on the outside. their fillings ... Read More »