The 10th installment of the Pershing Square Ice rink continues until Jan. 21. There’s still plenty of time left to skate and enjoy the activities at the L.A. Kings Downtown on Ice rink in Pershing Square. On Wednesday night at 6 p.m there is one final adult hockey clinic. Thursday at noon a Lunchtime concert takes place and a Led Zeppelin cover band performs Friday night. On Saturday starting at 1 p.m. a children’s program is offered and the Swingin’ Sundays program closes on Sunday.
The Pershing Square Ice Rink is open every day from Nov. 15, 2007 to Jan. 21, 2008. Admission is $6 and skate rental is $2.
Pershing Square Ice Rink
532 S Olive St
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Have you made your 2009 New Year’s resolutions? How about improving your overall health? Los Angeles Chiropractor and Author Dr. Nicolas Campos offer you an “Unconventional Approach” to absolute pain relief. Dr. Nicolas Campos and his staff at the West Hollywood Healing Arts Center offer a truly unique approach of combining health education with treatment.
Also known as “The West Hollywood Chiropractor”, Dr. Campos is the author of The Continue reading
NCIS Los Angeles (Naval Criminal Investigative Service: Los Angeles) is a new series which is programmed to premier on September 22, 2009. This is a Television series about American police bureaucrats. The show will be broadcast at 9.00 PM on CBS. This Drama series is a spin-off of NCIS. NCIS was itself a spin-off of another drama series of CBS, JAG. NCIS: Los Angeles will be broadcast just after the Continue reading
Many of us in L.A. have never stopped for a minute to make human contact with our neighbors. I’m not even talking about the kind of neighbor that lives in the house next door to you (although it’s pretty pathetic that we don’t even know them, either!), I’m talking about the homeless guy that you see every day and try and ignore.
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Liza Minnelli will perform live on stage in the Table Mountain Casino Event Center, Friant California, Wednesday January 16th.
Liza Minnelli is an icon of stage and screen and has won virtually every award
possible, including three Tonys, an Oscar, two Golden Globes and an Emmy. Her performances of trademark songs from the musicals, “New York, New York” and “Cabaret” are legendary and watching her perform a live show Continue reading
For the better part of more than four decades, there has been a War raging between Medical practitioners and the Federal Government, with the only casualties being the patients that continue to suffer -In almost every part of the county except for California many doctors have become frustrated with the mere fact that as practitioners they cannot prescribe a safe and reliable cure – The most significant or unbelievable factor Continue reading
24, it is a television program that is based on the real time terminology in which the incidents are depicted in the same way they had occurred. 24 is broadcasted in America. It is a wonderful show to watch as it links us with the real happenings. It is a television series which portrays the life of a special agent… Continue reading
The ban on new medical marijuana dispensaries is invalid ruled a Superior Court judge on Monday. The ruling blocks Los Angeles’ efforts to close medical marijuana stores. The Superior Court judge also ordered an injunction against enforcing the ban against Green Oasis, a dispensary in Playa Vista on Jefferson Boulevard just west of the 405 Freeway. In a complaint, it was alleged by a narcotics officer that the medical marijuana Continue reading
The important thing to note is that Medical Marijuana is approved in California, so much so that patients who reside here no longer suffer from chronic pain associate with some of the otherwise critical illness that other persons throughout the world suffer with, and if they do they still have one other option that probably the rest of the world does not. The remarkable thing about this is that here Continue reading
Many Angeleno’s consider Olvera Street as a center for Hispanic/Mexican history. Olvera Street boarders between downtown Los Angeles and the Los Angeles river(East Los). And South of the street is the historic Union Station, a major mass transit station for Los Angeles. North of Olver Street is Fort Moore. LA holds an annual July 4th celebration. Which includes antique cannons. To the North East is the historic Chinatown. And Continue reading