We feel lucky to live in the bustle and beauty of Los Angeles and we so enjoy showing visitors around town so they too can experience the essence of the City of Angels.  Los Angeles has something for everyone to enjoy; Whether you're after the magic of Hollywood and want to dine where the celebs frequent or if you're more low-key and want to go for a moonlit hike under the stars- LA has got it...

In L.A for New Years Eve!? Check out these fun events!

As 2017 comes to a close, we celebrate this past year and our transition into 2018!  New Years Eve is one of the most anticipated nights of the year and we know expectations are at an all time high. Luckily for you, we've narrowed down a list of events happening in Los Angeles, that are sure to make your last evening of 2017 a night to remember!   Event: N.Y.E.L.A. Time: 8:00 pm Where: Grand P...

August may signify the end of summer, but that doesn't mean the fun is over just yet! Keep sipping those summer cocktails and keep your calendar full with our Free August Event Calendar!   July 29th - August 6th U.S. Open of Surfing; Huntington Beach Soak up the sun while enjoying live surfing, bmx, and skateboarding on the beach. If that doesn't spark your interest, there will be a vari...

Los Angeles is a mecca for delicious food and the hottest new restaurants and bars. With all of the places there are to go, there remain a few hidden gems across the city that are relatively, still flying under the radar. Because we love you so much, we want to share these amazing little places with you and we hope you get the chance to experience them! Here they are, in no particular order:  ...

CENTRAL LIBRARY DTLA

Posted by by danny foruzesh on November 11, 2014 in blog, clothing, DTLA, fashion, la, Library, Los Angeles, lovestitch, lovestitchclothing, Sty, style

The interior of the Central Library in Downtown Los Angeles is truly breathtaking, Dean Cornwell’s colorful lobby mural, which represents was completed in the early 1930's. The original building opened in 1926 and was designed by well known Neo-Gothic architect Bertram Governor Goodhue. He was inspired by ancient Egyptian elements such as the mosaic pyramid at the top along with Mediterranean ...


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