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exploring beautiful malibu

September 19, 2017 By barrio.la

Ohhhhh beautiful Malibu. We don’t want to hear complaints. We understand how long it takes to get there. We know it can be a...

boyle heights urban hike

September 13, 2017 By barrio.la

Boyle Heights is one of our favorite, old school L.A. neighborhoods; nestled just across the bridge from DTLA - it’s inviting, full of...

central avenue farmers market

September 7, 2017 By barrio.la

Central Avenue Farmers Market offers fresh fruits, vegetables (organic, too!), breads, prepared foods, cooking demonstrations & neighborhood resources.

spotted: street art in L.A.

September 6, 2017 By barrio.la

We love looking up - down - around & about - always looking for new art to appreciate - knowing what we see today...

smith and tait coffee shop

September 1, 2017 By Anne Stericker

Smith and Tait is in an efficiently designed, sun-lit space on Huntley Drive and is West Hollywood’s newest coffee shop worth visiting.

lincoln heights farmers market

August 25, 2017 By barrio.la

Walk & explore Lincoln Heights and you'll see the coolest things - including the Wednesday farmer's market.

why farmers markets REALLY matter

August 18, 2017 By barrio.la

Besides being fun places to meet friends in your neighborhood, farmer's markets positively impact Los Angeles communities in so many ways.

adams & vermont farmers market

August 9, 2017 By barrio.la

Adams Vermont Farmers Market in Los Angeles is a fun, community-driven market - a great spot to explore old school L.A. and get...

street art in jefferson park

July 27, 2017 By barrio.la

street art in Jefferson Park is pretty rad, mostly right off the Metro Station - & keep your eyes open for projects from #SmileSouthCentral.

no selfie summer giveaway

July 26, 2017 By barrio.la

Are you over summer selfies filling your social media feed? We totally understand - don't worry.

alfred coffee shop

July 23, 2017 By Anne Stericker

Alfred Coffee & Kitchen {Melrose Place} in West Hollywood (near La Cienega and Melrose Ave) is one of the true West Hollywood coffee shop...

culver city farmers market

July 18, 2017 By barrio.la

Seriously, if we can offer up one tip to navigating Culver City in a relaxed, not scrambling-for-parking way - take Metro & walk.

uptown whittier walk

July 12, 2017 By barrio.la

Uptown Whittier, with its main street charm, historic district, nature vibe, & selection of locally-owned shops & restaurants is a rad spot for a...

museum of ice cream

June 26, 2017 By barrio.la

The second we saw pictures of the pink walls, gummy bears & sprinkle-filled pool - we added Museum of Ice Cream to our summer...

summer nights in LA

June 20, 2017 By barrio.la

KCRW Summer Nights in LA returns this summer, with their usually lineup of local musicians, DJ's, & great fun & food to enjoy for...

melrose umbrella company

June 10, 2017 By Anne Stericker

First opened as a speakeasy, Melrose Umbrella Company was originally conceived as a place to have just a really good cocktail.

altadena farmers market

June 7, 2017 By barrio.la

The Altadena Farmers Market is a great starting point for a Wednesday hike, as there are amazing trails & canyons all around the area.

the shops at Adams Gateway

June 4, 2017 By barrio.la

THE SHOPS at Adams Gateway is a collection of cool, eclectic shops housed in 9 shipping containers in the L.A. neighborhood of West Adams....

atwater village farmers market

May 23, 2017 By barrio.la

The Atwater Village Farmers Market happens weekly on Sundays - & has a chill, totally unassuming crowd, a good mix of food & fresh...

sunken city san pedro

May 16, 2017 By barrio.la

The Sunken City & its beach are filled with never-ending treasures (shells, rocks, colored seaweed & tide pools) & a revolving display of graffiti...

highland park farmers market

May 10, 2017 By barrio.la

The Highland Park farmers market is one of our favorites for so many reasons... you can literally walk right off the Metro Gold Line...

old griffith park zoo

April 27, 2017 By barrio.la

Need a change of scenery - mixed with some L.A. history, too? How 'bout Griffith Park & the Griffith Park Zoo?

echo park farmers market

April 20, 2017 By barrio.la

We started our Friday adventure at the Echo Park Farmer's Market on Sunset, just a couple blocks from the lake & the perfect starting...

street art Los Angeles

March 16, 2017 By barrio.la

In the spirit of adventures, we wanted to kick off CicLAvia "Culver City meets Venice" with our street art version of "I Spy".

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