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The Backhouse - West L.A.

I’m always on the hunt for a good Happy Hour on the Westside and had been meaning to try The Backhouse for years.  With a name like The Backhouse, you might be expecting steaks and other grilled meats, something along the lines of an Outback Steakhouse. 314 more words


I enjoy pigging out at Seoul Sausage in DTLA. Mostly because of the full bar.

My favorite dishes are their burger and man fries. Their sausages seem to be tastier than their first location. 43 more words


Ramen Yamadaya - Westwood

It was a rare cold rainy day in Los Angeles. My daughter, as always, wanted ramen. Knowing that Tatsu would be a madhouse, my husband suggested trying another ramen place – Ramen Yamadaya on Westwood Blvd. 443 more words

Only On 2: LAPD Officers Say More Patrol Needed In Times Of Emergency

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) —   Officers with the LAPD tell CBS2 that in the event of an emergency, you might have a long wait.

It’s a story that is Only On 2. 296 more words


Divita's Pizzeria Closed In West LA, New Restaurant And Wine Bar Expected

After over 40 years at 11916 Wilshire Blvd. in West Los Angeles, dusty landmark pizzeria Divita’s has closed its ancient doors.  Wasting now time whatsoever, it appears a new tenant is moving in.  68 more words


Day 24/366 Mormon Church; West LA

Today I needed to head to Century City to handle a customer service issue with one of my Windows Surface tablets (I’ve had two replaced, and just replaced another.   114 more words


Culver's Business Side

Culver is a hot bed for small business. Whenever I can, I shop local. From my favorite coffee shops (Coffee Bean, the Conservatory, Tanner’s) to fun shops (Ur Kitten Me being my newest favorite) to all the quirky places and sights in between – it’s all part of what makes Culver a special place to live and experience. 83 more words

Three Miles A Day