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Getting Some Cultural Exposure For The Kids at the 16th Annual Los Angeles Lantern Festival

The Los Angeles Lantern Festival returned for its 16th year running this past Saturday afternoon. Taking place at the Chinese American Museum in El Pueblo between Downtown LA and Chinatown, this free and all-ages event celebrates Chinese culture and the turn of the new year with arts & crafts, music, dance, activities, exhibits, photography, and more. 124 more words


Rejected Development

Among the most persistent myths – in the sense of widely-held but erroneous beliefs – about Toronto’s planning history, perhaps even about planning history generally, is that the modernist planners of the postwar generation wanted to “bulldoze” anything old and replace it with some lifeless, modern, tower-in-the-park sort of structure. 1,586 more words

The village (El Pueblo)

The rains are arriving and from the rooftop, I am watching the clouds. The landscape gently guides my eyes to sweep over it, lingering in the cool shades of green, such a respite from the gray of the city I have left behind. 290 more words

Los Angeles - Day 2 - February 2016

The jet lag of course meant for an early start, so at 5am I was up and ready to embark, it’s a shame there was a 4 hour wait until the group set off for the first destination: El Pueblo de Los Ángeles. 674 more words

February 2016

Almost no one goes to this awesome spot in Los Angeles

Los Angeles is one of the world’s biggest tourist towns, with millions of people flocking to the Hollywood sign, Disneyland, the beaches, the Walk of Fame, and countless other sites. 350 more words