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Rose Bowl Flea Market

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  • Design Loves Art program brings dealers, artists to the Pacific Design Center

    Design Loves Art program brings dealers, artists to the Pacific Design Center
    Design Loves Art. Say what? For some L.A. art dealers, the contemporary art program opening Thursday at the Pacific Design Center is rent-free space in a different part of town. For those who have lost galleries to the recession, it's a chance to go...
  • Salvaged in style

    Salvaged in style
    CARRIE CARR knows a good piece of trash when she sees it. Take the kitchen cabinet that she salvaged from an apartment building under renovation and turned into a glass-fronted display case. Or the living room piece — "my gangsta coffee table,"...
  • Evolution of the treasure hunt

    Evolution of the treasure hunt
    THE scene at this Santa Monica flea market says it all: Shiny black Lincoln Town Cars and Mercedes-Benz SUVs have packed the preferred parking spaces. Vendors look as if they belong in Nordstrom, not under a tent in an airport parking lot. As shoppers...
  • Where to shop

    Where to shop
    Hip haunts Here are some shopping picks from teenage fashionistas Vintage shops * Slow Clothing (Hollywood) * Aardvark's Odd Ark (Venice, Pasadena, Canoga Park, Hollywood) * Shabon (West Hollywood) * Out of Vogue (Fullerton) * Wasteland (Santa...
  • L.A. Flea Market: Q&A with the man behind the event Sunday at Dodger Stadium

     
    When the L.A. Flea Market premieres at Dodger Stadium on Sunday, it will feature about 400 vendors of vintage home decor and furniture, gourmet food trucks, bands and more. The all-day event will even offer carryout services if you don’t want to lug...
  • American heritage brands make a comeback

    American heritage brands make a comeback
    When Charles Beckman sold his first pair of work boots for $1.75 in the sleepy town of Red Wing, Minn., in 1905, he probably never imagined that in 2008, those leather lace-ups would be selling for $235 at hipster havens Urban Outfitters and Opening...