Natasha Case is a LA native whose passion for ice cream and architecture has sparked a cottage industry from LA to New York with Coolhaus Ice Cream.
Posts Tagged: Culver City
Independently produced movie review series Just Seen It is set to make its national debut on PBS on January 16th, a long cry from its debut as a Web series. We caught up with creator David Freedman to discuss the Culver City-based show’s expansion to the national market and the challenges with running an independent production operation.
Since the Los Angeles Metro Expo Line began service this past Spring, Angelinos and visitors can finally access Downtown Los Angeles from Culver City and all of the great restaurants and attractions in between. For the price of one of Metro’s TAP cards, the Expo Line provides access to many of the diverse neighborhoods and experiences Los Angeles has to offer. Plus, it’s a great way to avoid traffic en route to Lakers games and other Staples Center events.
Eating healthy and staying fit is a top priority for many Angelenos, which means knowing where the farmers market los angeles natives truly prefer is not so easy. This is made easier with a plethora of natural and organic farmers markets located throughout the city every day of the week. Health-conscious consumers can find foods and beverages that are as delicious as they are nutritious in all corners of the city. Though there are hundreds of farmers markets in Los Angeles, these are some of the most popular.