Happy Chinese New Year

January 20th, 2020

Happy Chinese new year 2020

Chinese New Year celebrates new beginnings and new opportunities. Part of this cherished Asian tradition is special red envelopes. They include money and are given from the elders in the family to the younger members of the family. So putting together a red envelope for the grandkids is perfect! But lots of people partake in this tradition including bosses giving red envelopes to workers, and friends giving red envelopes to each other. 2020 is the year of the rat according to the Chinese zodiac. Each year a different animal is chosen to be celebrated. The rat symbolizes independence, work ethic, success, and honesty. Learn more about this interesting holiday.

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Gotta be at the Flea: Long Beach Antique Flea Market

January 16th, 2020

Go back in time and discover incredible finds on January 19 at the Long Beach Antique Flea Market. Since 1982, this acclaimed flea market has been featured on tv and in the press a multitude of times with good reason. Celebrities love this flea market. Over 800 sellers will offer their unique vintage goods across 20 acres. Everything from furniture, jewelry, décor, fashion, art, records, collectibles and more. There are so many styles to find including mid century modern, art deco, traditional, pop art, and even 80s finds. Every decade is there for the delight of visitors.

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Los Angeles MLK Parade 2020

January 13th, 2020

Celebrate the life and legacy of one of the most important persons in the history of civil rights in the world. The Martin Luther King Parade takes place on January 20 at 10am. The MLK Parade starts on MLK Jr Blvd and works its way south on Western, then westbound on 48th Street to Leimert Park. Learn more about him before the parade.

“For when people get caught up with that which is right and they are willing to sacrifice for it, there is no stopping point short of victory.”
—“I’ve Been To The Mountain Top,” April 3, 1968

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Sake to me: Japanese Food Expo

January 12th, 2020

Craving Japanese food and culture? Then we’ve found the perfect event for you. Japanese Food Expo takes place on January 25 and promises to be something pretty special. Savor authentic Japanese food including sushi, ramen, curry, sake, and so much more. There will be over 50 exhibitors to dazzle and delight your taste buds. It all takes place at the Loews Hollywood Hotel located at 1755 North Highland Ave., in Los Angeles.

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Women’s March Los Angeles

January 9th, 2020

Women supporting each other is a wonderful thing. Gathering together is always rewarding. This inclusive event brings together all people no matter what race, gender, culture or political preference. The Women’s March Los Angeles is about expression, inspiration, and unity. It takes place on January 18 at Pershing Square from 10am-4pm.  Pershing Square has events all year long.

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New Cirque de Soleil Show: Volta

January 6th, 2020

Experience the majesty and artistry of the latest Cirque de Soleil show. Volta is a celebration of incredibly talented acrobats, dancers, cyclists, gymnasts, aerialists, and more. The atmosphere is dazzling with color, lights, design, amazing sets, and wonderful music. It’s a wonderful show for all ages. It runs January 18-February 23 in a large heated tent at Dodger Stadium.

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The All American Collectors Show 2020

January 3rd, 2020

Discover all kinds of trinkets and treasures from January 17-18 at the Glendale All American Collector’s Show. Find vintage toys, memorabilia, dolls, pop culture collectibles, vintage advertising signs, comic books, movie and tv show toys, and so much more. Over 100 dealers from all over the nation will be selling their wares. Whether you are new to collecting or an old pro, there’s something for everyone.

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