Posts tagged Los Angeles
12 Hours in Reawakened Downtown Los Angeles

Art Deco in the Morning, Dim Sum for Lunch, Speakeasies at Night

Author: Jason Donahue, Co-Founder & CEO

For decades nobody visited Downtown LA if they could help it, and if they had to, they would clap shut the tops of their convertibles, lock their cars and pray the sun did not set on them.

Those days are over. This collection of three Sidewalks shares the stories, cultural icons and context to gain a newfound appreciation for the rise, fall and rise of Downtown LA.

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The Season of the Spooks

Start A Scary Tradition

Author: Jason Donahue, Co-Founder & CEO

This Halloween season, explore your hometown from a new perspective: go on a spine-chilling, supernatural haunted walk. It may explain a few things. And who knows, perhaps an annual haunted walking tour will become part of your family’s Halloween tradition.

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Five Ways to Celebrate the Fourth of July

Author: Corey Wood, Product Lead - Growth & Lifecycle

I don’t normally have a burger, a brat, a steak, and chicken wings, in one sitting, but on the 4th of July, I make a lot of exceptions. It’s essential to sample one of everything that comes off the grill to have the stamina to watch parades, rock out to “Born in the USA” on repeat, and set off fireworks (in a responsible way, of course). But, there are other ways of celebrating our country’s birthday.

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Permission to Play With Your Food

What's That? | Boba Tea

Jason Donahue, Co-Founder & CEO

Don't be intimidated! In our world of to-go coffee cups and water bottles, Boba tea can look a little scary. The balls, the straw, and the colors may look downright strange, but it’s practically the national drink in Taiwan. And there’s a good reason for that: boba tea is delicious and fun.

In this edition of What's That? we’ll explain what Boba tea is, why you should try it, where it came from, how to know if it’s any good, and where to find it.

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