I recently teamed up with Happening in D.T.L.A. to bring their readers a solid dose of L.A. history and some interesting places to explore in the eclectic and fascinating urban mecca of Downtown. Check out some of my articles below!
The Historic San Antonio Winery
With so many new businesses popping up all over DTLA, it’s important to remember that there are also businesses that have been a part of this community for decades. And they are just as worth checking out as the new places in town! Founded over 99 years ago in 1917, The San Antonio Winery is the last winery standing in Downtown and has become a landmark in our urban mecca. In fact, in the early 1960’s it was officially declared by the city as a Historic-Cultural Monument and remains #42 on the list. Click here to read my article Through the Grapevine: DTLA’s Last Winery Explored.
The Los Angeles Central Library
I explored LA's largest library and wrote an article about what makes this place so special. The Central Library opened in 1926 and is today considered a DTLA landmark, landing at #46 on the list of Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monuments. Rich in history and impressively designed and decorated, the Central Library is a one-of-a-kind space in DTLA. Click here to read my article Art Deco Lives! Checking Out DTLA's Central Library.
5 Fun & Free Things to Do in D.T.L.A.
DTLA is an eclectic, unique, and diverse neighborhood full of culture, history, art, museums, and attractions - which results in countless things to do & see - no matter your budget. If you’re looking for no-cost activities to enjoy in Downtown LA either by yourself or with friends, you’ve come to the right place! Read the full article here: 5 Fun & Free Things to Do in D.T.L.A.
Check back for more of my articles on all things Downtown Los Angeles, and in the meantime, I'd encourage you to check out all of the other great content at Happening in DTLA!
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Follow along on my journey as I collaborate with various companies and attend fun events in the City of Angels!