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Stroll, ride on ‘Iconic Wilshire’ with CicLAvia April 6

Stroll, ride on ‘Iconic Wilshire’ with CicLAvia April 6

| April 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

An art walk, bike-related crafts and a festive good time are in store for all when CicLAvia rides into town. The part-party, part-bike fest, pedestrian friendly event returns to the Miracle Mile on Sun., April 6 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  “Iconic Wilshire Boulevard” starts at One Wilshire in downtown Los Angeles and cycles […]

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Sports camps, beach outings are among favorite summer camp options for kids in Los Angeles

Sports camps, beach outings are among favorite summer camp options for kids in Los Angeles

| April 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

Summer will be here before we know it!  In our house we like to mix downtime and activities—some time to relax and some time for structured programs. Luckily, in Los Angeles we have so much to choose from. Here is a list of some day camp favorites that was put together by me and some […]

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Celebrate Mardi Gras, St. Pat’s Day at Farmers Market

Celebrate Mardi Gras, St. Pat’s Day at Farmers Market

| February 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

UPDATE: The Original Farmers Market has just notified us that due to inclement weather, their Mutti Gras pet parade and beauty pageant will now be scheduled on Sat., April 12. It will  feature costumed pets competing in several categories to be King & Queen. The rest of the Mardi Gras celebration will continue as scheduled […]

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Duo’s passion revives Tom Bergin’s beloved Irish Pub

Duo’s passion revives Tom Bergin’s beloved Irish Pub

| February 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

To many in Miracle Mile, Derek Schreck and Jordan Delp—animated, passionate, and so in-sync that they can finish each other’s sentences—are nothing short of local heroes. After numerous fits and starts, the pair reopened Tom Bergin’s, the beloved Irish Pub in January, with an abiding commitment to honor its generational roots while making it precisely […]

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Testing for cookbook ‘Sweet’ made good home cook into an excellent baker

Testing for cookbook ‘Sweet’ made good home cook into an excellent baker

| January 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

Peggy Giffin cooks a lot. Known for her elaborate dinners, she and husband Bob Wyman, an attorney who writes for online food magazine “One for the Table,” are big foodies. “It’s our hobby and a large part of our lives,” said Giffin, one of four co-chairs on the food and wine committee at the Ebell […]

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Lucy’s El Adobe in 50th year serving families, celebrities

Lucy’s El Adobe in 50th year serving families, celebrities

| January 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

It’s been a neighborhood hangout for 50 years, and on Tues., Feb. 11 the Casado family, owners of Lucy’s El Adobe at 5536 Melrose Ave., will host a benefit for St. Vincent Meals on Wheels to celebrate the milestone. Two days later, the restaurant is holding a fundraiser for Sister Servants of Mary. In May, […]

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