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
Somebody call the dentist because DTLA just keeps getting sweeter and sweeter! From Chinatown to South Park, here are just a few of Downtown Weekly’s sweetest toothpicks...all guaranteed to satisfy the most stubborn of sweettooths. Lol...We are FLOSS’n!
Ice Cream is the NEW BLACK at Little Damage
Once a worn-out corner store,
There’s no doubt in the minds of the Historic Core that the Spring Arcade needs love. Once a highly popular flea market laced corridor of friendly immigrants, the venue closed with revitalizing efforts to be reopened with the promise of a busy natural lit passageway filled with aromas from Spring
South Park’s newest edition comes in the form of an ice cream boutique with a name and meaning that only a few may have ever heard of. Yet the team behind the name at Gresescent, co-founders Justin Chung and Jane Kim, have perfected the art of magic when it comes
Andrew Meieran father of Downtown exploration and restoration took on the famed cafeteria in 2011 with a promise to restore it to its original glory. Rightfully so, there’s probably no one better suited for the job than Meieran, whose passions in previous years had led him to restore the highly