Au Fudge Restaurant Los Angeles

Los Angeles is clearly known for its trendy scene. Restaurants fit for even the most involved hipster and restaurants for every late night diner that wants to hit the city and dance the rest of the night. There’s always a lot going on, but in the midst of all the crazy, there are a few places that allow for a relaxed meal for you – and yes your family. This includes the very little ones. It may sound crazy, but even Los Angeles has a place for family friendly dining – with a fun creative twist! Au Fudge Restaurant is tucked right in the midst of some of Los Angeles’s best known spots for dining. It’s located on Melrose Ave 

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Rockwell Table and Stage Los Angeles

Rockwell: Table and Stage The entertainment business is everywhere in Los Angeles – and not just in the magic of film making. New music, theatre, and comedy are at venues all over our city —from familiar names in entertaining to those that may not yet be discovered. If you find yourself wanting to live like a true Angeleno while visiting, and see live local talent, you definitely want to make a stop at the Rockwell Table and Stage in Los Angeles. Tucked away in the heart of hip Los Feliz, the venue sits in the middle of the hub of the up and comers in the entertainment world. Rockwell is where many take their music to workshop and their comedy 

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St. Patrick’s Day Los Angeles

St. Patrick’s Day Los Angeles ____________________________ Trouble is on the horizon.  St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Saturday this year! From the tame to the insane, here’s a small list of things to do this March 17th: The Original Farmers Market in Hollywood will be having their annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration all day long.  From 11:30AM to 130PM, look for the Celtic Camerata on the east patio.  12N-3PM, Glen the Bagpiper will be strolling the market.  3PM-5PM, The Blackwaterside Trio will be on the east patio, and 6PM to 9PM brings out Lilt ‘n’ Tang on the west patio. EB’s Beer and Wine Bar will be serving green beer, Guinness and other Irish brews, and the legendary Magee’s Kitchen will 

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Hollywood Bowl 2018 Season Calendar

It’s right around the corner.  That amazing time of year when the Hollywood Bowl prepares for their summer season.  They’ve released their 2018 calendar, with much more to come. Look into series packages, including Classical Tuesdays and Thursdays with The Los Angeles Philharmonic (with Gustavo Dudamel and guest conductors), Jazz at the Bowl (with Herbie Hancock as Creative Chair for jazz), Weekend Spectaculars, KCRW’s World Festival, Sunday Sunset Concerts and Special Concerts.  These special events are available for subscribers immediately, and open to the general public that purchase 5-or-More on March 20th, 2018.  Single ticket sales start on April 29th, 2018 at 10AM. Some of the many highlights for the Hollywood Bowl 2018 Season Calendar included Paul Simon’s “Homeward Bound” 

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Melrose Umbrella Company, Los Angeles

Los Angeles is full of specialty cocktail bars with some of the most creative themes. You can find everything from a 1970’s basement feel to an arcade touting the most well-loved games of years’ past and booze. Each offers their own twist and adventure for the night. While each bar having their own gimmick is fun – it is always nice to stumble across an eclectic spot that you want to return to again and again. Melrose Umbrella Company is definitely one of these bars you will find yourself wanting to become a regular. Their theme is directly related to their creative logo. A simple umbrella with raindrops falling. This was the symbol of the post prohibition area to signify 

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Batman Exhibit at Hollywood Museum

Batman Exhibit at The Hollywood Museum _____________________ There’s a handful of popular museums near the corner of Hollywood and Highland.  You’ve got Madame Tussauds, Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Musuem, Guinness World Records Museum, The Hollywood Wax Museum, The Museum of Broken Relationships and even The Museum of Death (about ½ mile down Hollywood Boulevard).  One of our favorites and certainly of our guests, is The Hollywood Museum. The Hollywood Museum is located in the historic Max Factor Building.  It’s where Max made up the leading ladies with the latest and greatest in hair and makeup.  Joan, Bette, Marilyn and Lucy all spent time in his chairs.  See all the incredible screen history here with real props, sets, and costumes. 

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Mardi Gras at Farmers Market LA

The 29th Annual Mardi Gras at Farmers Market LA _________________________ Want a little family-friendly New Orleans fun here on the West Coast?  Check out the 29th Annual Mardi Gras Celebration at The Original Farmers Market in Los Angeles.  The event takes place on February 10th and 11th and Fat Tuesday, February 13th. Festivities start on Saturday the 10th from 10-12N with the 11th Annual Mutti Gras Pet Parade and Costume Contest.  This is a must for dog-lovers.  The Farmers Market has partnered with their tenant, The Dog Bakery, for this event. Also on the 10th, look for the strolling Zydeco Mudbugs, and Sean the Stolling Jester working the crowds between 12p-3p.  The King and Queen Crowning Decoration along with The 

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2018 PaleyFest L.A.

The 2018 PaleyFest L.A. Takes Place in March at The Dolby Theatre _____________________ The Academy Awards are just about 4 weeks away on Sunday, March 4th, 2018.  They will once again take place at the home of The Oscars, The Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.  The red-carpet will be rolled up on the 5th, but that doesn’t mean the stars stop coming to this world-famous theater.  Here’s your chance to see some of your favorite stars on the same stage: 2018 PaleyFest LA starts in mid-March with a kick off for the PaleyFest Icon 2018, Barbara Streisand.  This will happen on March 16th at 730PM. Other shows that follow will include the casts and creative teams of: The Orville, March 17th 

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The Giving Keys L.A.

  The Giving Keys L.A. ____________________ Los Angeles is home to some of the most creative people in not only the United States, but the world. People in all creative industries flock here to be at the epicenter of where projects come to life. Not just the world of film, but the world of art, photography, tech, and of course, fashion. Along with some of the most creative people, our city is also full of people with big hearts. Nothing is better than when creativity and kindness come together to create a great company with a quality (and trendy) product. One of the best companies to emulate this is The Giving Keys L.A. The Givings Keys is a non-profit company 

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LA Art Show

Los Angeles is a hub for diverse culture and all art forms. While it is clearly the epicenter of the entertainment industry, it also has many opportunities to view incredible art from around the world. From The Getty Center, to The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), to The Broad, there is never a shortage of famous and breath-taking exhibits to view.   This weekend, our city welcomes back the annual LA Art Show to Downtown L.A. at the Los Angeles Convention Center. This popular event welcomes artists, collectors, and exhibitors, the chance to show and buy some of the greatest artwork today. The show put on by DIVERSartLA prides itself on working with not only international museum curators, 

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