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Pussy and Pooch | photo by Timothy Norris

Shop Small Spotlight: Pussy & Pooch

12/07/2016

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By hosting adoption events, educational seminars, and even cocktail happy hours, P&P works hard to create a sense of community. In tandem, many of the rehabbed warehouses, bank buildings and new developments cater to potential homeowners with pet-friendly perks like stylized dog parks, and relaxed HOA rules. Not to mention P&P’s selection of colorful handmade toys, premium dog beds, architectural cat trees, and an unprecedented selection of organic foods remains unmatched. Yet, the history and urban ebb and flow that draws people to Downtown L.A. in general these days are the same things Zakrajsek had her eye on in 2007.

STAPLES Center entrance

Les plus grands moments de l’histoire du STAPLES Center

08/29/2016

Gregory de Silva

Depuis son ouverture, le STAPLES Center a été le lieu des championnats des Lakers et des Sparks, de la Kings Stanley Cup, et de milliers de nombreux concerts et évènements spéciaux inoubliables. Poursuivez votre lecture pour en savoir plus sur les plus grands moments de l’histoire du STAPLES Center. 

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum peristyle

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum: The Story of an L.A. Icon

01/08/2016

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Since opening in June 1923, Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum has become one of the world’s greatest sports venues, home to world-class athletes and legendary games. The Coliseum has also hosted numerous historic figures and countless special events.

CicLAvia riders on Broadway in Downtown L.A.

Oct. 16, 2016: CicLAvia - Heart of L.A.

10/12/2015

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On Sunday, Oct. 18, CicLAvia heads back to its anniversary route for the largest open streets event in the country. Taking place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., CicLAvia - Heart of L.A. will have 5.75 miles for participants to explore by bike, foot, skateboard, wheelchair and other non-motorized traffic.

The route will take people through historic neighborhoods like Boyle Heights, the Arts District, Little Tokyo, Civic Center, Chinatown, Historic Core, and as far west as MacArthur Park.

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