The Best Hidden Gem in Huntington Park is a French-Style Crepe Restaurant: Nina’s Cafe

Don’t count out the Huntington Park dining scene, because Nina’s Cafe might be singlehandedly putting it on the map. This cute, cozy, and classy hidden gem is better than your average hipster joint. Cutest little cafe in my little city. I don't know how I pass it going to work …

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Born a Slave and Free in LA: Bridget “Biddy” Mason Memorial Park

A quaint memorial park in DTLA honoring a slave, Biddy Mason, who would go on to found LA’s first Black church. Find a shady nook in Biddy Mason Park, tucked between Broadway and Spring just north of 4th Street. The space honors the African-American pioneer who was born into slavery …

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The Glorious Glass Glistening of Phantasma Gloria at Randyland in Echo Park

Weird, wacky, and yet oddly mesmerizing, the glass bottle installation of Phantasma Gloria and Randyland have been a unique part of Echo Park since 2001 and is growing by the day. Visitors can stop by at any time–at least in the daylight–to have a gander at the crazy creation. WHERE: …

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