Archive for Shopping

Tomorrow there’s a 100% forecast of snow on Rodeo Dr. in Beverly Hills

Dec 08, 2010 by Lisa Newton

You don’t have to go all the way to the mountains to get your first look at snow. It’s going to be snowing in Beverly Hills.
The event is entitled “Snow 90210 Rodeo,” and it’s a [...]

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Unique LA is this Weekend

Dec 07, 2010 by Lisa Newton

The Holiday season is now here and as Christmas and the New Year is closer and closer upon us, shopping is on everyone’s mind. But where can you go to get that one-of-a-kind gift for [...]

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Plants, Parrots, and Veterans

Dec 02, 2010 by Lisa Newton

When Holiday Shopping, many people love to purchase plants, and other items for their houses and apartments.
If this sounds like something that’s of interest to you, I found the perfect place for [...]

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Eat my Blog’s Charity Event is on Saturday

Nov 30, 2010 by Lisa Newton

What could be better, eating a wonderful dessert or giving money to charity–or perhaps both.
Well, on Saturday December 4th, from 10:00am to 4:00pm, Tender Greens in West Hollywood, located at 8759 Santa Monica Boulevard, [...]

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Travelin’ Local Walking Tours are on Sale for Thanksgiving

Nov 25, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. Even with the smell of turkey in the air, thoughts might be leaning toward tomorrow.
Unless you live under a rock, you know that this Friday is commonly known as Black Friday, [...]

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A Holiday Shopping Guide for Los Angeles

Nov 22, 2010

With Black Friday right around the corner, holiday decorations popping up everywhere, and the frenzy December is so well known for, I thought a quick list of some of the best holiday shopping in the [...]

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Los Angeles Free Friday

Nov 05, 2010

The election is over, Halloween has been tricked and treated, and from the looks of it, this weekend is a chance to kick back and spend some quality time at home, or at the movie [...]

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Runners High in Long Beach

Sep 08, 2010

It had been 2 years since I last bought a pair of running shoes. True, my Nike’s were too small, and they were the color of dirt, but for some reason I just didn’t see [...]

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Weekend Starter: On Fridays the Huntington Beach Farmer’s Market and Art-A-Faire

Sep 03, 2010

The Huntington Beach Farmer’s Market, has been voted by both the media and the public as one of the most scenic outdoor markets in Southern California.
It’s easy to see why. The ocean and the pier [...]

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We Go Rock, Eagle Rock’s Friday Fest

Sep 01, 2010

We all know that economically, times are tough for all. Many businesses are struggling to make ends meet; indeed, too many have had to closed. Others are on the precipice of doing the same.
To [...]

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Destination: Orange Circle, Olde Towne Plaza, Orange, CA

Aug 28, 2010

Welcome to Main Street, U.S.A., at the intersection of Glassell and Chapman in Orange.
At the center of the traffic circle, Plaza Square has been a welcome gathering place for over a century. Within easy [...]

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Where is the Biggest and Best Shopping event in Orange County?

Aug 08, 2010

If you live in Los Angeles, I’m sure you’ve heard of UNIQUE LA, the largest independent design show in the country. With over 300 hand-selected designers and artists, UNIQUE LA is an exciting two-day shopping [...]

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Travelin Local’s Map of Los Angeles Farmers’ Markets

Aug 03, 2010

Although, I’m not the first person to do map Los Angeles’ Farmers’ Markets; the LATimes also has a map, but I don’t really like theirs. Even though it was done on Google, it’s not embeddable, [...]

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Day to night, Main Street in Seal Beach seals the Deal

Jul 19, 2010

Most likely, a lot of cities in the US have a Main Street.
I’d venture a guess that each Main street has something uniquely special to that city, and that is how Seal Beach’s Main Street [...]

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