17 Miles of Car-Free Open Streets in the 626

Want to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Gold Line Foothill Extension opening? Are you looking for an excuse to get outside and exercise this weekend? If the answer to either of those questions is “yes,” check out 626 Golden Streets. It’s your opportunity to walk, run, skate, bike, dance, play and socialize along 17 […]

Los Angeles Walks’ Fundraiser is Around the Corner

It’s increasingly common for Angelenos and visitors alike to walk the city for fun, exercise and transportation. An important proponent of this trend is an organization called Los Angeles Walks, which was founded in 1998 and is a project of Community Partners. Since its inception, “Los Angeles Walks has consistently worked to raise awareness about pedestrian […]

The Great Los Angeles Walk is Back!

If you are like me, you’re probably starting to think about all the comfort food you’ll enjoy during the Thanksgiving holiday. What better way to prepare for all that feasting than to get outside, take a long walk and experience the city, or at least a part of it, up close as only a pedestrian […]

Koban at The Grove: It’s Not a New Fashion Store

Periodically Curating Los Angeles publishes guest posts that highlight an interesting facet of life in greater LA. While they can focus on people, organizations, or places, among other subjects, what I look for is an article with a LA focus that engages me personally. Today I’m pleased to present an original piece written by James Bartlett. Enjoy! […]