Wilacre Park in Studio City offers hiking opportunities for people looking to stretch their legs and get out of dodge for a few hours. The 128-acre park in Fryman Canyon provides breathtaking views of Studio City and the surrounding L.A. neighborhoods. Hikers note that though the trail starts off steep, it quickly turns into a wide, easy, well-shaded walking path that is popular with families, dog-walkers, and bicyclists. Serious hikers will appreciate that Wilacre Park connects to longer and more challenging trails, but novices especially love that the main trail loops back around to the starting point, making it a failsafe option for those lacking confidence in their hiking skills. Though less crowded than some other popular hiking trails in L.A., Wilacre Park still attracts plenty of visitors, especially on weekends, and regulars caution that parking can be tough to find, so be prepared to pay the nominal fee and park in the park's lot.
3431 Fryman Road
Studio City, CA 91614
Comedy in the Park was hoot last Saturday! Here are a few photos of our comedians Jason Love, Laura Hayden, David Conolly with Joel Bryant, Ray Camacho, and Peet Guercio. Join us next time–First Saturday of every month at the Park La Brea Theater.
Head downtown and find out why Fisherman’s Outlet has been an L.A. landmark for over 50 years. Whether you want some fresh seafood to take home, or are looking to chow down on the freshest Fish & Chips in town, this is the spot to do it. The menu is a virtual seafood lover’s dream, with just about any fish and crustacean you could possibly imagine. Fried fish plates made with pure vegetable oil include shrimp, scallops, tilapia, catfish and calamari, all served with French fries, coleslaw and sauce. Salmon, halibut, lobster, sea bass, tuna and more are available broiled. Sandwiches are served on fresh rolls, or you can have your fish piled high on a bed of lettuce. Clam chowder, lobster bisque, gumbo and seafood salads are also served. Of course, you can also shop for some seafood to go, making this a popular L.A. shopping spot!
529 S. Central Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90013
The Los Angeles Police Department, Los Angeles Department of Aging, Jewish Family Service, and Olympia Medical Center will be presenting a two hour seminar in recognition of Older Americans Month on May 8th, from 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
The event will be at Olympia Medical Center. Please see attached.
Grand Central Market is the perfect place to experience the flavor of Los Angeles in an open air environment with a kaleidoscope of wares. It’s been a fixture since 1917, with fresh fruits, veggies, meat, poultry and fish sold on the ground floor of the historic Homer Laughlin Building in downtown L.A.'s Historic Core District. Stroll among the aisles of goodies and fill your basket with herbs, spices, nuts, plants, cut flowers, preserves and homemade candies. If you get hungry, there’s plenty to eat, with gigantic burritos, rotisserie chicken, Cuban sandwiches, and other fare sold by the many food vendors. Eat in the dining area or head across the street to Angels Knoll Park and have a picnic. Open Mondays through Sundays from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m.
Grand Central Market
317 S. Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90013