April 7th, 2015 at 9:00 am
Start your engines for the latest season of the longest-running street race in North America as the Grand Prix of Long Beach kicks off its 41st year, bringing high-speed adventure and excitement to the streets of Southern California. This year’s race features a spectrum of events, including concerts, pro/celebrity races, and the always-popular super drift challenge. Roll on over and join the other 200,000 expected race fans for one of the most exiting weekends of sport.
The neighborhood around Seaside Way and Shoreline Drive
Long Beach, CA
April 6th, 2015 at 9:00 am
Kick off spring at the California Poppy Festival, two days in the high desert dedicated to celebrating the annual poppy bloom with music, crafts, and food. Festivalgoers can enjoy entertainment and activities such as the Adventure Zone, animal attractions, a farmers market, and paintings inspired by the vibrant California poppy. Lancaster is home to one of California’s most abundant crops of poppies.
Lancaster City Park
43011 N 10th Street W,
Lancaster, CA 93534
April 3rd, 2015 at 7:30 am
Author: Shannon Adducci
Photography: Stephane Muratet
Information provided by: Angeleno
There are few luxury brands that can compete with the scope of Louis Vuitton. The French retailer has seen a steady buzz over the past year, starting with the release of Artistic Director Nicolas Ghesquière’s first women’s collection in March for fall and winter, after the departure of Marc Jacobs. In October, the spectacular Frank Gehry-designed Fondation Louis Vuitton museum opened in Paris. Next up is a renovation of the iconic Fifth Avenue flagship in NYC.
But for now, all eyes are on the newly unveiled Beverly Hills boutique. Located in its original location on the corner of Rodeo Drive and Dayton Way with more than 3,000 additional square feet of retail space, the 12-month renovation has given way to a sculptural, triangular-shaped building with a gleaming stainless steel and lacquered ivory facade.
March 31st, 2015 at 9:00 am
Join the approximately 10,000 visitors who regularly participate in the Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk. It’s a self-guided tour that started in 2004 and has flourished over the years. More than 40 art galleries and museums throughout the area’s many sub-districts participate. Some of the districts involved are Bunker Hill, Little Tokyo, and Gallery Row, all on display at Main and Spring streets in the Historic Core. L.A. Art Walk is an evening of culture and exploration that you will appeal to your artistic side.
Downtown Los Angeles Historic Core
Sixth and Spring Streets
Los Angeles, CA 90013
March 30th, 2015 at 9:00 am
Celebrate youth culture at this year’s Multicultural Day Parade, held by Continuing the Dream at Fairplex, formerly Los Angeles County Fairgrounds, in Pomona. Participating communities including Pomona, Claremont, San Bernardino, and many others will showcase their talents in drill team, equestrian, color guard, marching band, and more. Visitors also can enjoy a float parade and competition, and a variety of vendors. Continuing the Dream was recognized in 2007 as a California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation employees’ community’s youth group. Participants strive to empower youth and celebrate the contributions of every culture, and their goal is to assist the community’s at-risk youths by extending their professionalism.
1101 W. McKinley Ave.
Pomona, CA 91768