LA State Historic Park
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With 32 acres of open space directly adjacent to Chinatown, LA State Historic Park boasts an amazing view of Downtown. Although currently only 13 acres of the park are open to the public, a San Francisco-based landscape architecture firm won a design competition to revamp the soon-to-be-unveiled remaining space. No one is quite sure when that will happen, but for now Angelenos can enjoy the space that's there. Aside from picnicking, frisbee and general park frolicking, LASHP is also home to some of the city's best events, including the yearly FYF, Renegade Craft Fair and Hard Summer.
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Any crafter worth her weight in cashmere yarn knows that Renegade Craft Fair is the fair all other fairs aspire to. Held in urban epicenters such as Brooklyn, Chicago, Austin and of course, Los Angeles, Renegade is a traveling marketplace showcasing work...