In a transport-challenged city such as Los Angeles, news the Pedicabs may be on the way is of particular interest. The city of Santa Monica and the community of Hollywood are considering joining around 45 other cities, including San Francisco and San Diego in California, to introduce pedicabs to their streets. In Hollywood this will help relieve […]
Let’s take a break from real estate for a few minutes and check out some of the Los Angeles Halloween events for 2012. West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval: advertised as “the largest Halloween street party in the world”. This is a parade you need to attend once as you will see by This is not for the shy and […]
There is a new green dry cleaners in West Los Angeles aptly named Green Lux Cleaners. Located at 1840 Westwood Blvd, southeast corner of Westwood and Santa Monica Blvds., Green Lux Cleaners charges $3 a piece for almost any garment. And if you take your garments in in the morning you will get them back […]
Carmageddon 1 was a non-event. It took place a year ago to much fanfare and fear. We thought that Los Angeles would shut down. Amazingly enough everyone stayed home and driving on those days was a pleasure. Then we had The Rampture. It was delayed from last year to a couple of months ago and […]
The L.A. Times put together a great list of 100 things to do this summer. Below is a selection: The Los Angeles Film Festival – June 14 – 24 The Festival opens with Woody Allen’s new movie “To Rome With Love” and includes discussions with creators of popular TV series. Roger Medearis at the Huntington Library […]
Sitting at Peet’s on 14th and Montana in Santa Monica.