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Everything about Lawndale

The Civic Association of Lawndale was created in 1939 and oversaw various neighbourhood developments. This association is recognized as a significant milestone in the community’s growth. In 1945, August Reiss founded the Businessman’s Group within the Civic Association to promote the area’s commercial and industrial advantages. In 1948, the Chamber of Commerce was set up…

Looking for Spiritual Recreations in Hawthorne?

With an estimated 39 million people living within its borders, California is considered the most populated state in the United States. And having this large population, it is already expected that there will be a diverse group when it comes to religion. And here are just some of the churches that you can find in…

Día de Muertos in Lawndale

Do you have plans ready for Halloween? A lot of cities have posted some updates about the local celebration of Halloween. Know the Mexican traditions and beliefs as people feast for the Día de Muertos or the day of the dead. Cultural Display at Santa Monica Pier and Third Street Promenade On 31st October 2020…

Hollywood In The Media

Los Angeles is known for producing various forms of media – while you’re social distancing, explore the media the city is featured in! Book: A Single Man – Christopher Isherwood This book is a moving story of one day in the life of a newly single man as he tries to cope with the sudden…

Coming Up: In The Zone Pop-Up Museum

Britney’s back – in a museum! Britney Spears is an icon for an entire generation, and now she’s commemorating her career in a pop-up museum called The Zone.  Stand on the sets of some of her most popular music videos, like Mars from “Oops…I Did It Again” or the plane from “Toxic”.  Put on your…

Coming Up: Hemings and Hercules Dinner

Enjoy an extraordinary dinner based on cuisine from the turn of the 19th century! Hatchet Hall offers a dinner series based on historic meals and recipes to explore culinary history, and this month is particularly special.  Named for two chefs to the stars from the 18th and 19th centuries, you’ll be dining on the same…

Hollywood Ghosts

L.A. has plenty of ghosts hanging around the city – read about some of the most famous haunted buildings! Knickerbocker Hotel It’s now a senior living facility, but at one time, the Knickerbocker was one of the most popular hotels in Los Angeles.  Rudolph Valentino haunted the bar, Marilyn Monroe the restroom.  Additionally, every year,…

Coming Up: Oktoberfest

If you want to celebrate Oktoberfest, Anaheim is the place to go! The Phoenix Club will be hosting Oktoberfest every weekend from September 20th through October 27th, and it will be a celebration that can’t be missed.  Drink authentic German beers, like Schofferhofer, Paulaner Munchen, and Warsteiner, and eat traditional Bavarian foods, including bratwurst, schnitzel, and…

So Many Food Festivals!

While August was the month of cultural events in Los Angeles, September is the month for foodies! There are multiple food festivals happening throughout L.A. this month and you’re going to want to attend! L.A. Loves Alex’s Lemonade September 14th, 2019 View this post on Instagram #lalovesalexslemonade ?Hope to see you all on September 14th…

Coming Up: Long Beach Lobster Festival

This weekend, live large and love lobster at the Long Beach Lobster Festival! This annual festival features some big and juicy Maine lobsters, cooked to perfection, paired with a day of fun, from dancing to shopping.  Enjoy beach life by visiting Long Beach while you’re in L.A.! Food View this post on Instagram Pinchy got…

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