Good to see nothing happened while we were out. And if it did happen, we're none the wiser. In fact, if it wasn't on our blog, we're not entirely sure it actually happened.
But if we had been operating last week, here are the many news articles we might have cribbed from.
· The Larchmont Grill opens. Pat promises to review it soon. [Eating LA]
· Marissa breaks the news of the 9/21 opening of the Pasadena H&M. [Terra Non Firma]
· Plans for the parking lot near Angels Stadium remain a secret. [OC Register]
· Those EAA Union blokes are looking to strike again. We're trying to care. [KTLA]
· Radio/video star Gwen Stefani bought the former H'wood Hills home of J. Lo. [Teen People]
· The Hollywood Palladium remains for sale after big plans fell through. Sucks. [LABJ]
From various other sources, LA turned 225, Newport Beach turned 100, there was more press about the Expo Line color designation controversy, CA Boom partners with Apartment Therapy, overlooking our stellar coverage from the spring, and another member of the Curbed LA staff hits 30. Bravo.