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Century City CFM on Thursday’s 150 150 admin

Century City CFM on Thursday’s

CFM is short for Certified Farmer’s Market. Certified Farmers’ Markets are places where farmers sell their crops directly to the public. Consumers can find a wide array of fresh and locally grown, seasonal fruits and vegetables. Some markets have other vendors outside of the certified section to complement the farmers’ produce, selling bread, meats and…

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The RUSH HOUR Farmer’s Market 150 150 admin

The RUSH HOUR Farmer’s Market

Friday’s in the late afternoon is “rush hour” in these neck of  the woods!  Ahhh….but be smart if your schedule permits!  Whether you are a local or visiting………this is one of the 80 something “one day a week” Certified Farmer’s Markets in LA that is at such a unique day and time.  While private star…

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Downtown Los Angeles 150 150 admin

Downtown Los Angeles

Downtown Los Angeles is the central business district of Los Angeles, California, United States, located close to the geographic center of the metropolitan area. The area features many of the city’s major arts institutions and sports facilities, sightseeing opportunities, as a part of a private Hollywood tour, a variety of skyscrapers and associated large multinational corporations and an array of public…

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Gifts for Skateboarders 150 150 admin

Gifts for Skateboarders

This is a historic place in LA that every local skater knows about and tat visitors have on their list of “places to visit.”  It is not on Rodeo Drive, but it seems that everyone visiting LA has some kind of unique shopping agenda. So buy a skateboard, why don’t you; and why not get…

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Equidome 150 150 Tony Riccio

Equidome

The Equidome is a 3,500-seat indoor arena located in Burbank, California, as part of the Los Angeles Equestrian Center. It was built in 1982 and is used for sporting events such as rodeos, equestrian shows and is occasionally used for concerts. Its arena floor measures 45,000 square feet (4,200 m2) of space. Pasadena Tournament of…

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1994 Northridge earthquake 150 150 Tony Riccio

1994 Northridge earthquake

The Northridge earthquake occurred on January 17, 1994 at 4:31 AM Pacific Standard Time in Reseda, a neighborhood in the city of Los Angeles, California, lasting for about 20 seconds. The earthquake had a “strong” moment magnitude of 6.7, but the ground acceleration was one of the highest ever instrumentally recorded in an urban area…

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Shopping @ the LA Coroner’s Office 150 150 Tony Riccio

Shopping @ the LA Coroner’s Office

If you had to guess what city in the US had shopping available in their Coroner’s Office, LA very well may be your first guess. The shop, called Skeletons In The Closet, has been operating since September 1993. With the declining tax revenue, other concepts had to be considered to help off-set monetary losses. The…

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‘Spider-Man’ arrested after alleged scuffle 150 150 Tony Riccio

‘Spider-Man’ arrested after alleged scuffle

Posted: 11/12/2009 07:44:32 AM PST HOLLYWOOD – A Hollywood Boulevard street performer in a Spider-Man getup was arrested today on warrants when police were called to put down a dispute near the Hollywood & Highland complex, where the costumed man allegedly punched someone. The fight in the 6800 block of Hollywood Boulevard was reported about…

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Old Guys Rule! 150 150 Tony Riccio

Old Guys Rule!

Every time it comes up in conversation that I ride Honda Goldwing motorcycles, 9 times out of 10 the response is something along the lines of “Aren’t those bikes for Old Guys?” It drives me crazy, but certainly does not deter me. I shall state my case. Comfort and handling are two huge reasons I…

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Cat in a Cab 150 150 Tony Riccio

Cat in a Cab

If you live in LA, the phrase, “Now I have seen it all” should never depart your lips. In fact I have embraced the fun things I encounter on a daily basis as the most enjoyable aspect of being a local! Seriously, when will I ever see a cat lounging in the back of a…

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