I've been visiting Del Amo Fashion Mall since 1973 when I first moved to the South Bay.
It was cool when it opened and after decades of no updates it became very stale and depressing.
Well, someone bought it and is breathing new life into it. An open air shopping area, a new Nordstrom under construction, tear down of half the mall and building of an entire new mall.
I could not believe how contemporary the food court had become.
And here was Santa, nine months early, having lunch.