This weekend we are celebrating two of our favorite communities in Los Angeles – Venice and Culver City – with the 32nd Annual Abbot Kinney Festival and Culver City Centennial Celebration (say that 10 times fast)! If you’re feeling conflicted … Continue reading
Not your typical joy ride! Continue reading
Salty air and sandy toes are calling! Head to Long Beach to see some crazy sand sculptures this weekend. Continue reading
Get your firework fix! Check out a list of events happening tonight. Continue reading
Take your love of LA to new heights with the opening of Sky Space LA downtown! Continue reading
Feeling crafty? Come create with Etsy this weekend! Continue reading
It won’t help the drought, but a petal shower might bring magic into your life! Continue reading
Pacific Standard Time: Celebrating art in L.A. 1945-1980 and the Public Arts Festival are collaborating from January 19-29, 2012. This eleven day festival lineup promises to be a contrast of visual works staged in public venues and underground works in less grand spaces. Many events will feature L.A.’s music and theater. Personally, I’m thinking about checking out Punk Rock at MOCA…
Not in the mood to fight the Mother’s Day brunch crowds today? Why not postpone your celebration for this Thursday, May 12th and take her up to The Getty Villa in Malibu for some Tea by the Sea?
According to The Getty Website. “Tea by the Sea is a special dining experience inspired by the Mediterranean herbs, vegetables, and fruits that grow at the Villa. Feast on a Mediterranean-inspired menu of sweet and savory sandwiches and pastries, along with fruits, cheeses, and a varied selection of teas. After tea, you can tour the Villa’s authentically re-created first-century Roman gardens with knowledgeable docents, then spend the rest of the afternoon savoring the Villa’s exhibitions and permanent collection.”
$36 per person.
Thursdays from 1:00-3:00
Please reserve in advance. Call (310) 440-7300 or get tickets online.
You are going to need a bib to walk through this place. I was definitely drooling over this little hottie! The Petersen Automotive Museum is a great place to host events or just take a stroll around and see the history of cars.
Last time we were there, it was to go to the Gold Standard, a benefit for Heal the Bay featuring Jonathan Gold’s (L.A. Weekly’s Pulitzer Prize winning food critic) favorite L.A. restaurants. After eating ourselves silly, we decided to do a lap around the museum. Both my dad and husband re-lived their childhood days when they saw the Helms Bakery truck. It had these beautiful wooden drawers and used to drive around L.A. delivering fresh baked good daily. And we thought food trucks were a new thing…
Father’s day is coming up, maybe we’ll stop here, wander around and then go the Farmer’s Market for dinner???