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December 2, 2023: LAUNCH Gallery, Abel Alejandre, Art Talk & Closing

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On December 2, 2023, an art talk will be held at LAUNCH Gallery at 4pm, in conjunction with its current exhibition The Chicano Moon Landing of 1968. The solo exhibition features new paintings by celebrated Mexican-American artist Abel Alejandre.  Launch Gallery, Chicano Moon Landing of 1968 An opening art party was held on October 28, 2023. However, the exhibition will run through December 2, 2023. In this new series, Abel delves into themes such as conventional masculinity, valor, patriarchy, the connection to one's surroundings, and the capacity to gaze ahead with purpose

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Running through January 7, 2024: L.A. Zoo Lights

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The holidays are here, and the popular event, the 2023 LA Zoo Lights has already opened. It runs through January 7, 2024, so book your tickets now. The Los Angeles Zoo hosts its holiday-themed Winter LA Zoo Lights: Animals Aglow. The annual  features an immersive landscape filled with spectacular lantern sculptures of animals among blooming flowers, towering trees, as well as more for a wildlife-centered experience that’s as inspiring as it is breathtaking. LA Zoo; photo by Kathy Leonardo 2023 LA Zoo Lights This year’s experience features all-new seasonal wonders,

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Latest Restaurants Reviewed

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Hey if you love to eat, find the best restaurants reviews by visiting our sister site - Find a list of staff picks on our Destinations Section. Or for an exclusive review by me (Kathy Leonardo), visit our Stories Section which offers more personal journeys. There visit the Dining/Drinking Page to find the reviews. STK Los Angeles MORE Restaurants Reviews Visit our Reviews Page on For more detailed articles about the best eateries and reviews, head to our sister site CLICK HERE to read all reviews or

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El Granjero Cantina at the Original Farmer’s Market

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If you love Mexican food, head to El Granjero Cantina, L.A.’s newest most colorful Mexican restaurant located at the original Farmers Market. I reviewed this restaurant for our sister site (ETG)...the food is amazing. CLICK HERE to read review, or visit  - Stories Section, Dining/Drinking Page, Reviews Page. With its lively, bright, and inviting indoor-outdoor seating and great patio for people watching, El Granjero (pronounced gran-heh-roh) Cantina is the perfect one-stop spot to enjoy some Tacos, Dorados, Vegan Tacos, Salads, Bowls, Burritos, Quesadillas, Tequila, Mezcal, Top Shelf Margaritas, Sangria, Specialty Cocktails,

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A Weekend Away in Solvang, Great Food and Lodging!

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Living in LA, offers a variety of fabulous weekend getaways. I recently enjoyed a two-day trip up the coast for a weekend in Solvang. It is a charming "Christmas town" all year round.  Weekend in Solvang - the Restaurants My husband Rich and I enjoyed some delectable meals, and also stayed in a sweet hotel -The Mirabelle Inn.  On the ground floor, a Michelin Plate awarded restaurant named First & Oak wowed our taste buds. This intimate restaurant offered semi-private dining experience and the cuisine was exquisite - CLICK HERE to read

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Qué Padre, Palisades Village, Weekend Breakfast

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Qué Padre hosts a specialty Weekend Breakfast and Spicy Mimosa Bar at Palisades Village. Beginning in April 2023, on Saturdays and Sundays, Qué Padre will be serving up Executive Chef Isaias Peña’s delicious Weekend Breakfast Menu featuring Steak & Eggs Tacos, Soyrizo Tacos, Chilaquiles, and Churro French Toast. Each item is also served with your choice of a complimentary Cafe de Olla or Cold Brew, making for the perfect morning pick-me-up! Qué Padre's Chilaquiles; photo by Richard Bilow But that's not all - Qué Padre is also introducing its new Spicy Mimosa Bar every Saturday and Sunday from 9:00am to 3:00pm featuring Traditional Orange, Watermelon, Mango, and Guava Mimosas, and each drink comes with

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