Lou Woolf of Rodeo Realty receives Sherman Oaks Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Award.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (July 19, 2019)- Rodeo Realty’s Lou Woolf, has much to celebrate this year. Aside from continuing high sales, Lou has been recognized by the Sherman Oaks Chamber of Commerce with their Business Excellence Award.
Lou received the annual award at the chambers 2019 Golden Oak Awards. Held at the Galpin Motors Club Aston on July 12, the evening recognized individuals who have contributed to Sherman Oaks through various sectors.
Having worked in real estate for over 30 years, Lou was selected for his presence in the industry and the community of Sherman Oaks. This is not the first time Lou has received an honor for his success in real estate. Named by the Los Angeles Daily News “Readers Choice Awards as Best Real Estate Agent in prior years, Lou continues to received accolades for his unwavering work ethic and professionalism.
To read more about Lou Woolf’s recognition as an awardee of the Business Excellence Award see the full article below:
When it comes to your home decor, choosing the right look can be tricky. Whether you prefer a traditional style or a more contemporary look, the question remains of where to got to find it. Rather than scour the web for furniture shops, we’ve saved you the trouble of a home style hunt. Read on for our picks of the best furniture shops throughout L.A and give your home it’s well-earned update.
Location: 1000 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90038
With features in Apartmento magazine, JF Chen’s 1950’s concrete bank storefront in Hollywood needs no signage. The showroom’s selection is diverse with eclectic pieces spanning from the 17th century baroque limestone figures, to 1930’s French Art Deco tables and late 19th century chandeliers.
Location: 11270 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90230
Obsolete’s on-point collection attracts many designers to come find surprise gems inside this small, museum-like design store that specializes in one-of-a kind art, furniture and decorative objects. From primitive cheese-making bowls, to 18th-century French painter’s easels, an oak refectory convent table from England. Each item is unique, striking and elegant.
Location: 6911 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90038
Though the gallery itself is rather sparse compared to its competitors, the antiques it houses have a homey vibe. Pieces are mixed in style and range from the 1800s to the 1970s, the space somehow does not feel eclectic so much as curated into one cohesive story. Galerie Half also boasts an impressive list of celebrity fans, Ellen DeGeneres is known to frequent the store to pick up a few midcentury modern pieces with antiquities,, folk art finds, and other design wonders.
Location: 767 1/2 N La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90069
Proprietor Jane Hallworth got her start pillaging auction houses as a university student and had the small success of selling some of her first finds to Ralph Lauren. Her showroom in Los Angeles is small and understated, with the feel of someone’s quaint and moody home. Look for Danish furniture from the 1800s, one-of-a-kind light fixtures spanning decades and much more, all at incredibly fair prices.
Location: 134 Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
This 10,000-square-foot warehouse houses pristine midcentury modern seating and lighting from Holland. Their New Made LA shop in Highland Park, also houses vintage-inspired modern goods all handmade in our city. This furniture warehouse in Echo Park is a playground for midcentury modern buffs looking for furniture and lighting straight from Amsterdam.
Location: 5420 Vineland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 91601
Gypset decor aficionados will find all of the Moroccan imports needed to create the globally-inspired abode of their dreams, including carved wood cabinets, decorative mirrors, brass and glass lamps, colorful leather poufs and handmade mosaic tile tables. Badia’s hand-painted furniture and many other Moroccan finds will be right at home in any globetrotter’s home.
Location: 3334 La Cienega Pl, Los Angeles, CA 90016
This unique Culver City antiques wonderland is a favorite among set decorators, event planners, and amateur and pro interior designers. There’s something for every taste and room, like eclectic industrial tables, decorative crocodile skulls, ornate vintage cabinets, and more.
Location: 8705 Washington Blvd., Culver City, CA 90232
This store is a mecca for made-in-LA, eco-friendly modern furniture. Explore the inventory of sustainable furnishings and vintage decor. Located at the Helms Bakery building which remains a cherished local landmark, recognized for its architectural significance.
Location: 3191 Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90039
Swedish interior designer Isabelle Dahlin’s globally-inspired furnishing boutique has locations in Atwater Village and Ojai. Dahlin’s love for travel, art, and culture informs her shop’s stock of mid-century modern seating and primitive mixing bowls alongside colorful vintage pillows and industrial lighting, plus custom vintage-inspired furniture.
Location: 7221 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036
Find “eclectic objects and thoughtful wares” at this revered interior decor haven, from rustic dining tables and industrial modern lighting to vintage Japanese home goods and custom furniture by co-founders Todd Nickey and Amy Kehoe.
Location: 11632 Barrington Ct, Los Angeles, CA 90049
This 3,000-square-foot Brentwood Village store combines “East Coast refinement and Old Hollywood glamour with the comfort and ease of Southern California living.” Founded in 2000 by designers Michael Ostrow and Roger Stoker, Grace Home Furnishings caters to shoppers looking to infuse their homes with vibrant colors, custom fabrics, and a true coastal feel.
Location: 1600 Lincoln Blvd, Venice, CA 90291
This 16,000 square-foot collection of curators is a local favorite, and it’s possible to bargain with many of the dealers who showcase their wares here. Expect to find unexpected treasures you’d be just as likely to find in a stuffy, upscale gallery for at least twice the price.
With LA’s ideal summer weather, nothing seems quite as nice and a seaside reprieve. Luckily for Angeleno’s, a drive to the coast is as simple as finding your nearest juice bar. So treat yourself to oceanside dining this week with our round-up of bites by the sea. Read our LA Eats Seaside restaurants and have a whale of a good time!
Location: 23000 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu 90265
Malibu Farm offers two dining options at the Malibu Pier. Malibu Farm Restaurant located at the front of the pier offers more elevated farm-to-table options with a full bar and a variety of specialty cocktails. The restaurant sits directly over the beach on Malibu Pier, and offers gorgeous panoramic views of Surfrider Beach and Malibu Lagoon State Park, a popular surfing spot. Malibu Farm Café, the cafe situated at the end of the pier is a popular lunch spot with amazing ocean views. The environment is casual with breakfast and lunch counter service, has a substantially lower wait, and beer and wine options only.
Location: 22706 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265
Nobu Malibu caters to the rich and famous in everything from its contemporary design to its panoramic ocean views. Nobu is probably the most well-known restaurant in Malibu, known for its ambiance, service, food and location. Reservations can be hard to come by since it is extremely trendy and Matsuhisa’s sushi is top notch. The ultra-sleek restaurant sits right on top of gently lapping waves that’s perfect for special occasions or even a relaxing seaside lunch with celebrity sightings.
Location: 27400 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu, CA 90265
This ritzy spot in Malibu, located just off the Pacific Coast Highway is an approachable fine-dining destination with incredible sweeping views of the vast blue water. The establishment dates back to 1948 and has hosted Old Hollywood royalty, including Frank Sinatra and Marilyn Monroe. The secluded restaurant, which offers mostly outdoor patio seating overlooking the ocean, is tucked into the landscape in such a way that it feels very remote. Savor a Crab Benedict and sip a mimosa during weekend brunches or catch a Malibu sunset while you indulge in the seafood paella at dinner. Then treat yourself to the maple blueberry cheesecake or an espresso flan as the stars twinkle over the Pacific.
Location: 22969 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265
Casa Escobar resides in the former Malibu Inn across from the pier. Look forward to traditional Mexican food, refreshing margaritas and a beautiful patio, perfect for hosting large parties and celebrations. Casa Escobar is a classic Mexican restaurant off the Pacific Coast. The colorful Latin ambiance with local fare, brings the flavors of Mexico to come alive at Casa Escobar Malibu, especially when complemented by what is one of the best margaritas in town.
Location: 22878 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu, CA 90265
Carbon Beach Club sits directly overlooking an expansive stretch of ocean and sand, forming one of the few intimate locations in Malibu where one can enjoy decadent coastal cuisine, as well as magnificent views, whether it be sunrise or sunset.
Location: 20356 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu, CA 90265
Malibu’s famed restaurant is built along the side of a cliff and features wide views of the ocean from its airy sun deck and relaxing indoor dining room. Breathtaking panoramic views with nightly DJ’s playing in the Blue Lounge make this a chic and mellow nightspot. The menu serves up an array of gourmet American cuisine with Italian and Asian infusions with a special focus on seafood.
Location: 1910 Ocean Way, Santa Monica, CA 90405
An oceanfront café and lounge featuring Mediterranean inspired small plates, pizza, seafood and cocktails. Located inside Hotel Casa del Mar, directly overlooking the ocean with 180 degree view The ambience flows from a sun-drenched café for breakfast and lunch to a seductive sunset lounge at night. The cuisine draws inspiration from the Italian and Spanish coastlines with influences from local California ingredients.
Located within the historic Hotel Casa del Mar, Catch has a relaxed elegance with a beautiful coastal setting and impeccable attention to service. Catch serves the freshest local fare from land and sea with a sophisticated beach inspired decor and a beverage program that makes it easy to hang out with cocktails at sunset, then order dinner once the stars come out.
Location: 1 Pico Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90401, United States
One Pico represents everything that’s wonderful about beachside dining. It has a relaxed elegant beach resort vibe and fresh California cuisine. Lest we forget to mention their excellent wine list and unbelievable views of the Pacific Ocean. Located inside Shutters On the Beach, the open and airy restaurant serves a seasonal market menu is full of simple seaside treats. The beachside Santa Monica location attracts both visitors and locals looking for a fine meal in a breezy, oceanfront setting.
Location: 1332 2nd St., Santa Monica, CA 90401
Elephante in Santa Monica is the chic new rooftop lounge/restaurant that has become a go-to spot for the Westside. With plenty of cocktails and sight-lines on the water, this is certainly the spot to be this summer. This coastal-chic eatery has views as good as its wine selection. The decor beams with sunny native plants, custom furniture from North Africa and Southern Italy, plus views of the Pacific Ocean.
Location: 100 Terranea Way, Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275
Terranea Resort offers an oceanside escape removed from the chaos of Los Angeles to tranquil Palos Verdes. The resort’s California-cuisine restaurant overlooks the endless blue horizon of the Pacific Ocean. Mar’sel offers the ideal location for an elegant dinner or seasonal Sunday brunch. Their seasonally rotating fine dining menu is a must! Featuring locally sourced ingredients as well as playful takes on culinary favorites. Mar’sel combines approachable luxury with a breathtaking setting perfect for every palate.
Glamping short for “glamour camping” gives you the best of both worlds of being out in nature but within the comfort for everyday life. It’s where stunning nature meets modern luxury. A new way to experience the untamed and completely unique parts of the world, without having to go through the hassle of hauling loads of gear into the backcountry. You get the starry nights, being around the crackling campfire, a cozy sleeping bag, and all the best parts of camping in some of California’s most beautiful settings.
Sky Valley Camp
74711 Dillon Rd, Sky Valley,CA 92241
Sky Valley Camp the paradise for the strange and exotic. This spot is centrally located to hiking trails in Coachella Valley and local hot springs. At the end of your desert adventure, chill outside your airstream or in the outdoor clawfoot bathtub. Family owned since 1986. The Ranch is located in Sky Valley. An unincorporated rural community in Southern California’s low desert. Along with the communities of Desert Edge and Indio Hills, Sky Valley occupies the valley between the Indio Hills and Joshua Tree National Park. This place has unobstructed views of the mountains and surrounding skyline make this place magical during the twilight hours and early mornings.
The Living Desert Zoo & Gardens
47900 Portola Ave, Palm Desert, CA 92260
Go Glamping at the zoo, with Starry Safari at the The Living Desert, a nature preserve of more than 1,000 acres of Sonoran Desert showcases animals of the world’s deserts. The collection of exhibits ranges from a tour of terrains representing and hosting North American and African desert wildlife, an authentic replica of a northeast African village, to Eagle Canyon, where golden eagles, mountain lions, bobcats, and badgers thrive. After your exclusive night tour of the park, slumber under the stars in a roomy tent with all your gear provided. Explore a network of paths that skirt the adjacent Santa Rosa Mountains before returning to check out the Discovery Center with its many exhibits on display.
Sequoia High Sierra Camp
65745 Big Meadows Dr, Sequoia Natl Pk, CA 93262
A wilderness site within Kings Canyon National Park where guests snuggle up in off-the-grid tent-cabins. It’s a 1-mile hike from the nearest parking lot, but once you get to the compound of tents (elevation: 8,282 feet), it’s nothing but glamping in truly exceptional California style. Three meals a day are served; dinners are five-course, open-air affairs prepared by a gourmet chef, and guests are served while seated at large communal tables. Canvas tents are outfitted with luxurious rugs and feather duvets and woolen blankets on cozy beds, propane lanterns, and of course, stunning views of the surrounding Sierra Nevada just outside your tent flaps. Hiking trails to mountain meadows, jewel-like alpine lakes, or high summits with commanding views.
2001 Rossi Rd, Pescadero, CA 94060
Costanoa Lodge is an eco-friendly glamping destination along the San Mateo Coast in Pescadero, roughly a 1.5 hour drive south from San Francisco. this peaceful retreat is surrounded by 30,000 acres of state parks from Big Basin to Año Nuevo State Reserve and Butano State Park. The grounds are heaven on earth for nature and wildlife lovers. Mountain bike through towering redwoods, horseback ride across coastal meadows, explore beaches and tide pools, then chill out in a fully outfitted safari-tent “bungalow”.
2717 De La Vina St, Santa Barbara, CA 93105
Sleep in a shiny silver bullet Airstream outfitted for you and your family or friends, with a little deck and Adirondack chairs outside, a gadget-filled kitchen, cozy quilts for snuggling, and even toiletries. Each sleek trailer also includes two cruiser bikes—perfect to go explore such attractions in Santa Barbara as Stearns Wharf, the beach, and the bustling Santa Barbara Public Market.
Russian River in Sonoma County
14120 Old Cazadero Rd, Guerneville, CA 95446
The lodging options have expanded with 10 luxury safari tents in addition to 20 Airstreams. Activities include: Walk down to the Russian River to swim or canoe, play lawn games, or lounge by a fire pit inside or outside the mid-century-modern-style clubhouse. The 3,000-square-foot building also offers a store to stock up on snacks and local beer and wine.
6323 CA-140, Midpines, CA 95345
Opened in 2019, is the largest and most remote site, near the historic mountain town of Mariposa. Guests can enjoy many of the same amenities, plus a heated pool, mid-century modern clubhouse, and a pond with a paddleboat and canoe. Yosemite National Park is about 40 miles away and accessible via a daily shuttle.
El Capitan Canyon
11560 Calle Real, Santa Barbara, CA 93117
With a reputation as one of the most enchanting glamping experiences in the state, nestled amidst the rolling coastal hills 30 minutes northwest of Santa Barbara—is a once in a lifetime getaway experience. The leafy compound is so secluded that it’s hard to believe that more than 100 cabins and safari tents occupy the lush hillside landscape, surrounded on three sides by the oceanfront and backcountry of El Capitan State Beach.
Ventura Ranch KOA
7400 Pine Grove Road Santa Paula, CA 93060
Located below Ventura County’s Topatopa mountain range just outside of Santa Paula, this delightful family retreat offers guests an outdoor experience with an activity-filled twist. Cozy rustic accommodations for glampers include tepees, glamour tents, and deluxe cabins which include a partial kitchen, private bedroom, and bath. Traditional KOA campsites are also available.
9601 CA-1 Mendocino, California 95460
Mendocino Grove goes above and beyond to provide glampers and their families the comforts of a truly delightful, pleasure-filled camping trip. Tents come with comfortable beds and warm, comfy bedding, rustic redwood decks boast relaxing, leather butterfly-chairs to cradle you as you witness the awe-inspiring natural beauty of the area and the mammoth trees surrounding your campsite. A quarter of a mile from your campsite is the Big River Beach and trail, and a two-minute drive will get you to the quaint village of Mendocino where you’ll find fantastic food options and shopping.
The best part of summer on the weekend is finding the perfect brunch spot. With so many options in L.A, we decided to cut the culinary clutter. Read below for our pick of the best brunch spots to try throughout the city and treat yourself to a Mimosa…or two!
Hippo – 5916 ½ N. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA 90042
For those with gluten-free diets, Hippo is the place to be! Enjoy meals from buttermilk hotcakes to pasta and fresh spaghetti, you can’t go wrong with anything on their menu.
Otoño – 5715 N. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA 90042
From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., you can indulge in tapas for brunch Saturdays and Sundays at Otoño. The Catalonia-inspired menu contains savory dishes like scrambled eggs with tetilla cheese and chives, pan de la casa and more!
Audrey at the Hammer – 10899 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90024
This brunch menu contains a nice balance of light and hearty dishes created by Chef Lisa Giffen. Meals include braised pork with beans for meat lovers and coconut chia bowls with passionfruit for non-meat lovers.
Golden Bull Restaurant – 170 W. Channel Rd, Santa Monica, CA 90402
If you are looking for an ideal beach day in Malibu, then Golden Bull’s classic steakhouse is the perfect place for brunch! Their menu serves everything from buttermilk pancakes and ribeye steak hash to bottomless bright orange mimosas that go perfectly with each meal.
Comfort LA Inglewood – 902 N. La Brea Ave., Inglewood, CA 90302
With just one item on the menu, Comfort LA makes it easy for you to select your meal. Their Brunch Special includes two waffles and five wings with the option to add additional syrup and waffles for a nominal fee.
Alta – 5359 W. Adams Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90016
Chef Keith Corbin has something for everyone on his California-soul menu. Pair dishes like steak and eggs, cornmeal pancakes and avocado toast with bottomless mimosas for $20.
Petty Cash Taqueria & Bar – 7360 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036
On Saturdays and Sundays, expect a Mexican-inflected fare from chefs Margarita and Walter Manke from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Enjoy some champurrado with chocolate and hazelnut with chilaquiles and black beans, a Mexican breakfast sandwich or several taco variations from their menu.
Alimento – 1710 Silver Lake Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90026
After only serving dinner for five years, Alimento has expanded their menu to serve brunch! Try some of their crowd-pleasing sweets such as ricotta doughnut holes, breakfast sandwiches and French toast. You won’t be disappointed!
Los Balcones Studio City – 11334 Moorpark St., Studio City, CA 91602
The Los Balcones team and chef Ricardo Zarate add an artful mash-up of traditional brunch classics with Peruvian flavors. Choose between Tiger prawns with scrambled eggs and a Chile relleno-stuffed breakfast burrito from their brunch menu.
Here’s Looking At You – 3901 W. 6th, Los Angeles, CA 90020
This Koreatown hotspot has become one of the most innovative brunch spots in town. Chef Jonathan Whitener’s menu ranges from smoked salmon roe and herbs to cocktail offerings that are worth trying!
Make this weekend is one for the books! Ditch the usual Friday through Saturday routine and enjoy our LA round up. With the months of summer speeding through, why not take your plans up a notch? Read on for all the fun happening throughout the city of stars and discover your inner Angeleno!
Friday, July 19
Femme it Forward
Location: Microsoft Theatre
Femme it Forward, is a multi-format series of all female curated lineups. The event spotlights the entertainment industry’s most creative and accomplished female visionaries. This weekends performance will include Brandy, Monica, Ashanti, Keri Hilson, Amerie and Lil Mo.
LA Galaxy v. Los Angeles FC
Location: Dignity Health Sports Park
The LA Galaxy are Major League Soccer’s most successful team. Owned and operated by AEG, the Galaxy play their home games at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, Calif. A state-of-the-art 25,667-seat facility, Dignity Health Sports Park has hosted MLS Cup a record six times! Don’t miss LA’s opposing teams go head to head in what is sure to be an exciting game!!
OLD PASADENA SUMMER CINEMA – ENCHANTED
Location: One Colorado Old Pasadena
Transport yourself into this fairytale with a modern twist. When the animated Giselle’s (Amy Adams) world is flipped upside down by her evil mother-in-law to be her quintessential fairytale life takes a turn right into Central Park. Enjoy the star-studded cast of the Award-Winning Disney classic, Enchanted. All courtyard screening start at 8:30p. iPic is handing out popcorn (while supplies last) and Sugarfina will be selling treats. They will also be serving up the perfect movie night trifecta – movie, drink and dinner! The Kind Sage (Friday’s) and Il Fornaio (Saturday’s) will have a pop-up bar for some pre-film libations.
Saturday, July 20
The Friends of Greystone Proudly Present “Greystone Rocks”
Location: Doheny Greystone Mansion
The Friends of Greystone are pleased to present a summer evening of classic rock tunes from the 60’s, 70’s 80’s and beyond at the historic Doheny Greystone Mansion. Enjoy a ROCKIN Summer evening dancing under the stars. Guests will enjoy before the show dinner catered by Famous Pink’s Hot Dogs. Parking is complimentary and guests are welcome to tour the gardens as the Mansion will be closed.
Fitbit Local Workout and Walk
Location: Echo Park Lake
Join Fitbit Local ambassadors Blake Raymond and Elise Joan as they lead a fun run/walk, core burning workout and stretch. Enjoy the views while getting in your steps in one of Los Angeles most breathtaking landscapes—Echo Park Lake! Plus, ZICO coconut water will be onsite to keep everyone hydrated and replenished. Bring a yoga mat, towel and wear sunscreen. Stick around after the workout as one lucky attendee will win a Fitbit device.
Watson Adventures’ Wizard School Scavenger Hunt for Harry Potter Fans
Location: Getty Center
Join Watson Adventures on a unique Harry Potter-themed scavenger hunt for kids 10 and up! Follow in the footsteps of young wizards on a field trip to the Getty Center. Join in search of art that echoes characters, places and enchanted objects in the famed Harry Potter books and movies. Wizards and muggles alike can play and enjoy this hunt.
Sunday, July 21
Premier Lacrosse League’s All-Star Game
Location: Banc of California Stadium
Join the world’s best lacrosse players for the Premier Lacrosse League’s All-Star Game at Banc of California Stadium. All-Star Weekend festivities will kick off with an immersive Skills Challenge. The weekend will culminate during the evening with the official All-Star Game that will see the PLL’s top 50 players face off against one another.
The weekend is upon us and there is no better time to venture out into the yonder of LA. We’re not talking about taking a hike through Malibu Creek…although that’s an option. We have a weekend round-up to get you out into the city and enjoying the best moments of summer. So skip the regular routine and discover your inner Angeleno!
Friday, July 12
Summer Movie Nights: The Karate Kid
Location: Brand Park, Mission Hills
Mark your calendars: summer movie nights are back in the Northeast San Fernando Valley. Bring your family, friends, and pack a picnic for a movie night under the stars. All movie screenings begin at 7:30 PM. Popcorn will be provided.
Musical Theatre West presents DISNEY’S THE LITTLE MERMAID
Location: Carpenter Performing Arts Center, Long Beach
Disney’s The Little Mermaid is a hauntingly beautiful love story for the ages. With music by eight-time Academy Award winner, Alan Menken this fishy fable will capture your heart. Moreover, enjoy hit songs like “Under the Sea”, “Kiss the Girl” and “Part of Your World”. Certainly it will be entertainment for the whole family!
Location: The Hollywood Bowl
Her iconic voice, punk glamour, and infectious female strength catapulted her to stardom. Groundbreaking Grammy®, Emmy®, and Tony® Award–winning songwriter and performing artist Cyndi Lauper rocks the stage joined by the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra and conductor Thomas Wilkins.
Saturday, July 13
Hip Hop Fundamentals
Location: Skirball Cultural Center
Get down with Hip Hop Fundamentals, an award-winning team of diverse professional breakdancers dedicated to hip-hop education. As a result through their drive to inspire audiences and participants of all ages, they will present their The Principles of Hip Hop show. Don’t miss this exploration of hip-hop’s rich cultural history and how underserved inner-city youth have changed the world!
Queen Mary’s Rock the Queen
Location: The Queen Mary, Long Beach
Take to the Queen Mary this Saturday for an unforgettable flash back evening to the British Invasion of the 1960’s and 1980’s. Hope aboard aboard as some of SoCal’s best British tribute bands rock the night away. Most importantly, revel in performances from The Who Generation, Britain’s Finest, Arena, These Handsome Devils, and The Cured.
Paul McCartney: Freshen Up U.S. Tour
Location: Dodger Stadium
Needing no introduction, don’t miss Sir Paul McCartney at the home of the boys in blue this weekend only! Debuting a brand new production, is an unforgettable experience from every seat in the house. The Beatles frontman will showcase a selection of the best songs ever written or performed Paul McCartney. Moreover is a show that promises a once in a lifetime evening transcending and elevating the potential of live music.
Sunday, July 14
California Philharmonic Presents ‘Bastille Day’
Location: Walt Disney Concert Hall
Francophiles will cheer “Vive la France” when the California Philharmonic Orchestra presents its “Bastille Day”. A symphony of french sound, the Bastille Day concert at Walt Disney Concert Hall is sure to be magnifique!
Kids Summer Movie Series: Charlie & The Chocolate Factory
Location: The Wiltern, Los Angeles
Enjoy a special screening of the Tim Burton reimagined Roald Dahl tale, Charlie & The Chocolate Factory! Watch the story of young Charlie Bucket as he wins a fantastical opportunity to enter the magical but mysterious factory of candy maker Willy Wonka. Come early and upgrade to our *Kid Party prior to screening! There will be photo opps, face painting, bounce house, carnival games & more fun surprises!
Festival of Arts Family Art Day
Location: Festival of Arts Grounds
“Family Art Day” at the Festival of Arts is the most fun-filled, art-filled and enchantment-filled day of the entire summer for families! Enjoy a special performance by the award-winning Le PeTiT CiRqUe, America’s only all-kid cirque company. Limited space available. Children 5 and under receive free admission all summer long to the Festival of Arts.
For the summer days where staying inside is as necessary as taking the 405, we have the list for you! Every now and then, just sitting comfortably in your own abode is enough entertainment. And while watching the entire catalog of Friends again is easy, these new series and seasons are just as enjoyable. So get your Postmates’ picks in order and check out our pick of the most binge worthy shows this summer!
After being captured by The Thing-like creature and trapped in a Poltergeist-world, Will’s friends and family investigate his disappearance. Season 3 just released on Netflix July 4th!
Orange is The New Black
A public relations exec trades in her power suit for prison orange when her association with a drug runner 10 years prior, catches up to her. The seventh and final season premieres July 26th!
Dead to Me
After a hit-and-run accident leaves her husband dead, a sardonic widow is determined to solve the crime. She meets a free-spirited woman at a grief counseling meeting who helps her discover hidden truths about her late husband.
When They See Us
After a jogger is assaulted in a park, five innocent young boys are charged with the crime. The truth about this case is brought to light after they serve their sentences and work to rebuild their lives.
The contemporary reworking of “The Twilight Zone” features unique stories and casts in each episode. The fifth season of Black Mirror premiered June 5th!
A young girl’s quest for independence unleashes the hidden secrets from her mother which ultimately leads to murder.
The Handmaid’s Tale
After being forced into servitude, a young woman is determined to survive the scary world she now lives in to find her daughter that was taken from her.
While trying to cope with tragedy, a grief-riddled woman rejects anyone who tries to help her heal in this comedy show.
What happens when an angel and demon get together? This duo bands together to find the missing Antichrist who is unaware that he will bring the end of days upon humanity.
Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
After discovering a hidden talent as a comedian, a woman shies away from her comfortable life to pursue her passion.