Mother's Day May 6

Mom's Personality Gift Guide

Gifting doesn’t come easy, it takes thought, strategy, and execution. Luckily, we’ve got some tips on how to buy something you’ll know mom will love. “California Live” talks to lifestyle expert Sadie ...

  • foodie Apr 15

    Broad Street Oyster Co. Is a True Pandemic Success Story

    Chris Tompkins closed his newly-opened seafood restaurant and laid off half his staff when the pandemic hit. But with some innovation and the ability to source incredibly fresh shellfish, a year later Broad Street Oyster Company has one of the most successful drive-through windows in the Malibu area. Watch to find out why people are waiting in long...
  • Immersive Experience Apr 15

    The Van Gogh Experience Gives Malou Chills

    How would you like to escape the world and step inside one of Vincent Van Gogh’s most famous paintings? Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience brings his masterpieces to life through multimedia elements like sound, large-scale animation, and emotion. Malou talks with the co-producer to understand the high-tech details behind the illuminating walls of a...
  • Activities for Kids Apr 12

    Don't Miss Sugar Rush: A Kid's Dream Come True

    It’s like Willy Wonka swiped right on Alice in Wonderland. Welcome to Sugar Rush, an over-the-top magical candy land adventure with live performances. For your kiddos that have been in quarantine for the past year, this thrilling experience will get all that cooped-up energy out. Kim attests to the “rush.” Open now through May 2nd.

  • National Beer Day Apr 7

    The Most Beautiful Brewery In LA Is Now Open

    Taking a sip of a good beer on a warm day is one of life’s most invigorating moments. On National Beer Day we’re celebrating all of beer’s glory with Kim as she visits All Seasons Brewing in the old Firestone building in Los Angeles. The gorgeous historic landmark has 12 different beers brewed on-site with a large airy space optimal...
  • Community Apr 7

    LA's First Tiny Home Village to House Homeless

    Tiny Home Village is now open in North Hollywood with a concept that has the potential to reduce homelessness. Each 64-square foot unit comes with a bed, heater, and AC but the village provides much more support including job training, job placement, mental health, and substance abuse services. Kim goes to meet the founders to hear their innovative...
  • foodie Apr 6

    This Rooftop Pop-up Has All the Flavors of Israel

    Just dreaming of traveling to an exotic place has been many of our favorite pastimes. If this sounds like you, you’ll want to check out the Beverly Hilton’s Mediterranean paradise on their rooftop. The decor and cuisine at Sant’olina are inspired by its Israeli chef, Burt Bakman. Dani is one of the first to enjoy the restaurant’s spicy flavor...
  • Support Local Businesses Mar 31

    Inglewood's First Specialty Coffee House Is a Culture Hub

    Sip & Sonder, the first-ever specialty coffee house in Inglewood, is a special place for culture and connection. We talk to the founders who met while practicing law and learn how their dream business manifested. The story of their coffee shop is so moving they even received a hefty grant from the Ellen show.

  • foodie Mar 29

    Pandemic Silver Lining? These Great Burgers

    One thing that will always bring happiness? A good ol’ fashioned burger. So that is just what the Mediocre Burger founders Chloe Mahkani and celebrity chef Sami Udell partnered up to do—bring joy to the community of Santa Monica during the pandemic with delicious basic burgers. CA Live’s Danielle Robay judges them for herself.

  • Outdoor Activites Mar 26

    Your Love for Hiking and Wine Intersect in Malibu

    Malibu is notorious for some of the best hikes in Southern California, but also hidden in the area is some of the best wines. Saddle Rock Ranch combines both of these joys at Malibu Wine Hikes where you can walk the historic vineyards and see cave paintings, zebras, and more. Finish off your hike with a taste of Rose and...

  • foodie Mar 22

    Wine Taste at a Historic Gem in Sunny Malibu

    What’s a sunny day without a little wine? Tucked away in the Malibu hills is The Old Place and Cornell Tasting Room that serves all the essentials—steak, wine, and coffee. Spend a day away drinking Pinot Noir made right above the Pacific Ocean paired with a cheese board that can be boxed away for a picnic. Watch Kim Caldwell-Harvey as...
  • empowering women Mar 19

    Women's Car Show Disrupts Male-Dominated Industry

    Is there anything cooler than a powerful woman driving a classic vintage car? Actually, there is; a woman who works on her own car. On March 20th, LA’s Automobile Driving Museum will host a Women’s Car Show featuring female-owned classic, muscle, and antique cars. Watch to meet the strong women who are changing the game and creating a powerhouse......
  • health & fitness Mar 18

    Move Your Indoor HIIT Workout to the Beach With DMN8

    Between zoom calls and meetings, let’s be real, it’s been hard to get into shape this past year. But spring is upon us and there is a beautiful spot on Santa Monica beach where you can take fun HIIT, yoga, and sculpt classes with DMN8. CA Live’s Melissa Magee meets the founder and takes the class herself to discover...

  • sweet tooth Mar 11

    The Best Sweet Potato Pie Your Momma Didn't Make

    They’re serving up a whole lotta love over at South LA at 27th Street Bakery, a historic family-owned business that’s been making some of the best homemade sweet potato and pecan pie for generations. Owner Jeanette Bolden-Pickens sits down with Laila to share her sweet memories of growing up in the bakery with her grandparents and how she found her...
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