Monday Mar 3
Vital Updates : Josiah Citrin Opening Casual Venice Restaurant This Year
Lately, everyone either is or wants to be opening in Venice, and now esteemed fine dining chef Josiah Citrin is getting in on the action.
Courthouse News Service
Hey, Sucker! Wanna Be in the Movies?
A Los Angeles lawyer and two recidivist cronies defrauded people of $1.8 million "for a movie that was not made and, given the extent to which" the defendants just scooped the money up for themselves, "probably never could have been made," the SEC claims in court.
Del Rey Yacht Club hosts monthly SUP race in Marina del Rey
Driven by popular demand, the Del Rey Yacht Club has announced an expanded SUP racing schedule and plans to host a monthly race the third Friday of each month throughout 2014.
The Jewish Journal
Art from the ashes
Billy Blake's image "Kayaks in the Marina" recalls his earlier, lost photo of New York's Jones Beach.
Chef Chuck Abair gives 'permission to come on board' at Cafe del Rey
Here's a promo that's too clever for words, on Saturday, March 8, 2014, Marina del Rey's iconic seaside dining destination, Cafe del Rey is hosting its second installment of " Permission to Come Aboard," a bi-annual package for seafood enthusiasts and adventurous diners in Los Angeles and beyond.
US property: Silicon implant
Los Angeles ' blossoming technology start-up industry, known as Silicon Beach, is spawning a real estate boom on the city's Westside, a mostly affluent area known for housing film executives, star athletes and financial industry heavyweights.
"Dine in a Mediterranean Setting at Cafe del Rey"
Imagine a beautiful Mediterranean seaport with boats docked at the marina. The Cafe del Rey waterfront restaurant captures the essence of being there.
George Strait Says Farewell in Hit-Filled Show at Staples Center: Concert Review
The country legend played both his classics and new songs to a wildly enthusiastic audience that included "Duck Dynasty's" Willie and Korie Robertson.