FOOD & DRINK
$49.99 All You Can Eat Fine Dining in Los Angeles!
If you looking for one of the best all you can eats in Los Angeles, this is your food video! Rockstar Eater visits Le Grand restaurant in Downtown Los Angeles. Le Grand is a new American restaurant that specializes in European style coastal seafood and fine steaks. But it is also known for its special $49.99 Unlimited Tasting Experience, which gives you access to over 30 made-to-order dishes such as black mussels, rigatoni, braised brisket, leg of lamb, baby back ribs, khachapuri, and more! You won’t find such high quality AYCE in Los Angeles, which is why you must visit this restaurant in DTLA if you want one of the best all you can eat meals in LA. 🔸 Le Grand 707 S Grand Ave Los Angeles, CA 90017 <a href="https://www.legrand-restaurant.com">https://www.legrand-restaurant.com</a>/
New gym for seniors focuses on exercising body and brain
LOS ANGELES — West Hills resident Helga Unkeless, 92, knows the importance of exercise more than most. “Having been a physical therapist many, many years ago, perhaps I know more how important it is to keep certain muscle groups active and strong,” she said. But these days, she’s...
California Restaurant Crowned 'Best Burger' Joint In The Entire State
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Mission Inn Halts Historic Tours Amid Lease Dispute and Legal Battle
Discover the ongoing legal dispute that has led the Mission Inn to cancel 2500 historic tours during the holiday season. Uncover the clash over a lease and eviction, and how it threatens the future of the museum, gift shop, and the iconic Riverside Hotel tours.
We Asked: What's The Odd Object You're Emotionally Attached To? Hilarity Ensued
AirTalk listeners share the sentimental object they're most mortified about hanging onto.
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Dogs Up for Adoption in pasadena, CA
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around pasadena.
PBS Program to Use Historical Society Photo to Show McDonald's First Restaurant in Monrovia
An early photo of the McDonald brother's fast-food Airdrome restaurant, from the Monrovia Historical Society's Legacy Project. The Emmy-winning PBS show, Lost LA, will feature rare images of the first McDonald's stands from Monrovia's Legacy Project in an episode airing Jan. 2. Historical Society President Sandy Burud said, "The producers are still deciding which image will be used. Perhaps this one of the Airdrome, which was chopped in half and transported to San Bernardino where Richard and Maurice McDonald met Ray Kroc.
Experience the Magic of Handel's 'Messiah' with PCC College / Community Orchestra & Combined Choirs
Prepare to be mesmerized by the harmonious blend of orchestra and choir! The PCC College / Community Orchestra and Combined Choirs are set to present Handel's "Messiah", a performance that promises to be nothing short of spectacular. Under the expert direction of Henry Shin and Rodger Guerrero, this event will certainly leave you in awe of the talent within our community.
Beloved Vegan Restaurant announces impending closure
After 16 years of business, one of Los Angeles’s most popular vegan restaurants has decided to permanently close. This week, Flore Vegan made the announcement on social media which may have come as a shock to many. Over the years, this had earned the reputation as one of the best vegan spots in the city, as well as its lovely, welcoming atmosphere.
An Exploration of Gender: Michael Kearns presents 16th solo show
Multihyphenate entertainer Michael Kearns has dedicated his career to bringing awareness of and creating dialogue about HIV and AIDS. Those themes are woven into his 16th solo show, “It Must be Him: A Genderful Musical Memoir.”. During his performance — which comes to the Lineage Performing Arts Center in...
It was an A-list night out for ‘The Color Purple’ world premiere in Los Angeles
A World Premiere in LA! (Photo by FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP via Getty Images) "The Color Purple" had its world premiere in LA on Thursday and it drew an incredible audience.'The Color Purple' (Photo by FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP via Getty Images) Paula Abdul'The Color Purple' (Photo by FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP via Getty Images) Quinta Brunson'The Color Purple' (Photo by FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP via Getty Images) Margaret Avery'The Color Purple' (Photo by FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP via Getty Images) Storm Reid'The Color Purple' (Photo by FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP via Getty Images) Niecy Nash-Betts'The Color Purple' (Photo by FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP via Getty Images) Chloe Bailey'The Color Purple' (Photo by FREDERIC...
Job Opportunity: Los Angeles County Seeks Deputy Director for Animal Care and Control
Los Angeles County is hiring a Deputy Director for the Department of Animal Care and Control. The job involves managing animal control operations, animal care facilities, and special programs. The Deputy Director should understand state laws and County ordinances about impounding, sheltering, licensing, and treating wild and domestic animals. They should also be skilled in managing remote work, setting strategic priorities, and addressing challenging issues.
Create Your Own Tea Cup Masterpiece at Pasadena's Kurinuki Yunomi Workshop
In an exciting opportunity for art enthusiasts and tea lovers alike, the Armory Center for the Arts is hosting a unique event called the Kurinuki Yunomi Tea Cup Carving (2-Day Workshop). This event will take place on Sun, Dec 10 from 1pm to Sun, Dec 17 at 3pm. The venue for this artistic endeavor is the Armory Center For the Arts, located at 145 North Raymond Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91103.
Immerse Yourself in LA's Vibrant Art Scene at 'Undiscovered Los Angeles' Event
Get ready to immerse yourself in the heart of Los Angeles' vibrant art scene! We are thrilled to announce the upcoming event, "Undiscovered Los Angeles". This extraordinary evening will showcase the unseen, handcrafted masterpieces by the talented women artists of LA.
The unmasking of the narcissistic, conspiracy-spreading baby-boomer rock star
LOS ANGELES — Over two nights in late September, Eric Clapton used his music-industry connections and his decades of classic rock hits to draw thousands of fans to Crypto.com Arena in downtown Los Angeles.
LAMAG Celebrates 70th Anniversary with 'Apophenia' Exhibition Featuring Local Artists
The Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery (LAMAG) is celebrating its 70th anniversary with an open call art exhibition. The exhibition, titled 'Apophenia', will run from December 9, 2023, to March 16, 2024. It will feature works from 350 Southern California-based artists. LAMAG's open call format allows artists at all levels to display their work.