Thirty photographs capturing Los Angeles will be showcased at the ‘Non-Native’ exhibit at the Croatian Cultural Center on Saturday, April 18.
Mark it on your calendar – the 34th Annual Holiday Spirit of San Pedro Parade is this weekend. The festivities begin at 1 p.m. on Sunday, December 7, with a parade of more than 70 units and floats starting at Pacific Avenue and 13th Street. Thousands are expected to attend what has become one of the most beloved traditions of our waterfront district.
If you have family or friends coming into town for the holidays or if you have kids about to go on winter break soon, the Port of Los Angeles has a number of entertaining options for you. Every weekend between December 6 and December 21, there is something fun to do along the waterfront for visitors of all ages.
For the past 14 years, Point Fermin Park has been home to one of the South Bay’s longest running classic car shows, known affectionately as the Car Show by the Sea.
Since 2008, the Tall Ships Festival L.A. has been absent at the Port of Los Angeles, and this year organizers intend to revive the event with grander plans than previous years, including a Giant Rubber Duck.
From newbies to experts, dozens of quilt design enthusiasts will converge at the first annual Los Angeles Quilt Show and Fiber Art Festival when it begins Friday at CRAFTED at the Port of Los Angeles.
Florentijn Hofman, the artist, provided the designs of his rubber duck for event organizers to build their own for the Tall Ship Festival, which was always the original plan.
Last night at First Thursday, South Bay photographer, Allan Stansbury, showcased his landscape photos in the exhibition titled “In the Eye of the Beholder.”
Designed to prevent the spread of a potential fire from the stage to the theatre, the curtain features the initials WB (for Warner Brothers) framed in a floral, leafy, art deco design. The curtain has been tucked away for years rolled up above the stage’s proscenium.
For those longing for a taste of Central American culture, the “Urban Nature” art exhibit is the perfect show to curb your cultural artistic craving.