In the past, artists have always given the dilapidated buildings and warehouses of DTLA a whole new meaning for the words "mixed-use".
In other words, DTLA may have been known to many as an underground paradise before its real estate rates began to soar a few years back and the terms like
Originally proclaimed “Black Music Month” by President Jimmy Carter on June 7, 1979, and later renamed by President Barack Obama, the African-American Music Appreciation Month is a commemoration that takes place annually in the US, throughout the month of June. U.S.
In recognition of African-American Music Appreciation Month, the Black Business Association
This Father’s Day, DTLA has more to offer DAD than ever before. By the time you’re done lavishing dad with gifts from prestigious club memberships to top of the line products and services, your dad will thank you for being the absolute best the cosmos could have sent him. Here’s
Japanese American National Museum promotes understanding and appreciation of America’s ethnic and cultural diversity by sharing the Japanese American experience. Located in the historic Little Tokyo district of downtown Los Angeles, JANM is a hybrid institution that straddles traditional museum categories and strives to provide a voice for Japanese Americans
Famed Salsa legend and Hollywood choreographer turned mega event planner Albert Torres has died.
Torres who grew up between New York and Puerto Rico told Downtown Weekly in a recent interview that as a kid he once swayed away from his Latino heritage until fate led him to his mother's record
Well, we tried to tell em, things we're about to get ugly. Although we have to admit, we couldn't have possibly predicted the turn of events that have occurred since the vote, but then, who could?
Headlines from previous articles from local newspapers read, “Downtown Divided…” But that was just the
Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States for remembering the people who died while serving in the country's armed forces. The holiday, which is currently observed every year on the last Monday of May is being celebrated all week long in DTLA! And for good reason..,.
By Antonio Pacheco
Californian practice Hanson LA Architecture has revealed new renderings depicting the firm’s master plan for the City Market of Los Angeles complex in the Fashion District neighborhood of Downtown Los Angeles.
The multi-phase project aims to ultimately bring 945 residential units, a 210-key hotel, 225,000-square feet of retail, a restaurant,
Now we know you're not supposed to dance in your seats at the theater but be forewarned, it's almost impossible not to dance and sing while enjoying the theatrical performance of the Jersey Boys now playing at the Ahmanson Theater.
In fact, expect to be overwhelmed by emotion thanks to this
Did you know the body can survive quite a while without food? In fact, most people who suffer from starvation don’t die directly from it but because after days without nutrients, the body is simply too susceptible to infectious disease?
Located just South of 7th on Spring Street, is Juice Crafters,
In Downtown, it is currently illegal for a pedestrian to step into a crosswalk after the red hand starts flashing and the countdown begins no matter how many seconds are left to cross, and if a cop stops you, you're probably gonna get a jaywalking ticket.
As the residential population in
UNO - Cinco De Mayan at Lucha Vavoom!!!
No holds barred, hands down, Lucha Vavoom is DTLAs number one Cinco De Mayo Celebration for the over 21 crowd. Why? Where do we start? How about the line?
What’s that? Why, it’s a convoy of low riders in mint condition. And who’s getting
Sarkis Vartanian is the owner of the Daily Dose Café a local favorite serving only organic fares in Downtown’s most reserved region known as the Arts District.
Sarkis, who is greeted by his gratified customers with a smile, hug or a handshake, when speaking of the cafe's success toggles between humility and
Known for its iconic 255 Grand apartments, Museum Terrace, Museum Tower and Promenade Tower in downtown LA, Goldrich Kest, one of the state’s largest real estate development and management companies, is celebrating its 60th anniversary by launching “60 Acts of Kindness” campaign.
The company is seeking submissions from those in need
Just when was it did the world’s most soft and cuddly pop-culture icons first become popular for having anything to do with the ability to totally kick your ass? Did it start with the Powder Puff Girls, or was it the lovable Pikachu that convinced our youth that to be