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Buy Early, Go Cheap: Sunset Junction Fair Tickets On Sale This Weekend

Want to see acts like the Melvins, Hanson, Peaches, and He’s My Brother, She’s My Sister (right) at the Sunset Junction Fair for cheap this year? Grab your tickets...

Mix and Mingle With the Rocket Scientists of JPL

One afternoon in 1936 CalTech grad student Alfred Malina recruited five friends to help out with some rocket experiments in the arroyo seco. The dry lakebed seemed like a...

Crying Over Spilt Milk: LAUSD Mulls the Death of Chocolate?

Don't get us wrong, we're big fans of Jaime Oliver's recent efforts to revamp the unhealthy menus at Los Angeles' public schools, but this past week's news that LAUSD...

Grab a Beer and Plant a Tree

You love trees and art and rivers, don’t you? So here’s what you need to do. Get up early tomorrow morning and be at the corner of 4th and...

Elizabeth Taylor at Hollywood Forever Cemetery

The tenth season of Cinespia outdoor film screenings at Hollywood Forever cemetery kicks off this weekend. Hundreds of people line up hours before the show with picnics and blankets...

Royal/T Hosts Kulov’s Annual Tea Lovers Festival

Get your fix of caffeine and culture this weekend at Kulov’s Annual Tea Lover’s Festival, hosted by Culver City’s bastion of art and tea, Royal/T. Starting Friday, May 13,...

Next Week: Pie Salon Benefit for 826LA

Sweet or savory? That is the question. Luckily you won’t have to choose at the 826LA Pie Salon event, hosted by The Barn in Silver Lake on Thursday, May...

Blue Ocean Seafood Burns

Uh oh! Looks like we might be down to only nine Best Chinese restaurants. This morning, Blue Ocean Seafood in Alhambra (one of Patric Kuh’s top 10 picks in...

George Abou-Daoud To Open Rosewood Tavern

With summer just around the corner, sipping a cold, hard-to-find brew and devouring a big juicy steak sounds just about right. George Abou-Dauod hopes to sate our warm weather...

Tour Unknown NoHo With the Museum of the San Fernando Valley

Following a major redevelopment effort rising out of the 1994 Northridge earthquake, Lankershim Boulevard in North Hollywood is today bustling with a Red Line station, theaters, shops and loft...