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The Springs is the Holistic Hangout Downtown Lovers/Critics Have Been Waiting For/Dreading

Jared Stein and Kimberly Helms left production jobs on Broadway to open a health and wellness center that symbolizes the transformation taking place in our city’s center

A DTLA Timeline

The history of a neighborhood’s renaissance

Essential T: Pez Cantina’s Loreto-Style Fish Taco

The spirit of Southern Baja is alive at the forthcoming Pez Cantina

CityDig: The DTLA of Gatsby’s Day

Here we see L.A. at the outset of the roaring twenties in an era of unbridled growth and seemingly unlimited prosperity

Asian Persuasion: Kimchi Deviled Eggs at Faith & Flower

Chef Michael Hung is spicing up an old standby at his new downtown eatery

Trial by Fire: Faith & Flower’s Hot New Cocktail Program

Chief mixologist Michael Lay heads up the endeavor, which will make even the most seasoned drinker do a double-take

The Broad Opening Delayed Until 2015, But It’ll Have a Restaurant

On the bad news/good news front: The Broad's fall 2014 debut has been delayed until 2015, but when it does open it'll have a restaurant run by a former French Laundry chef

Jesus, Mary, and Jerry Garcia: The Black Velvet Painting Gets Its Due at Chinatown’s Newest Museum

The owners of Velveteria want you to love velvet paintings as much as they do—and once you see their Chinatown museum, you just might

British Band Spiritualized Will Rock the Ace Hotel in Downtown

On Valentine’s Day, the hotel will host its first concert--and it's a good one!

See How DTLA Dressed Up For the Holidays in 1929

Trolleys with twinkle lights and 15 tons of ornaments