Grab some popcorn, dim the lights, and check out these eleven books before their hotly anticipated adaptations arrive at a theater near you.
It’s a great week to be in LA!
Glendale citizens show their pride for the neighborhood named “Best in L.A.” in the 2013 edition of Curbed. Since then, the area has only been getting better.
The Reagan Library and Museum are not based upon any political preferences – they are tributes to not only a President but to the country he served, and worth a trip to Simi Valley.
In terms of globally respected museums, LACMA is well regarded as one of the finest institutions anywhere. Housing more than 120,000 objects of different medium, the collection at LACMA runs the gamut from treasured timepieces, […]
Los Angelenos can enjoy their variety of vice this week, from food and drink to entertainment, art, and theater.
If you are a singer, musician or just like to hang out at these popular retail establishments, here are some of the best music shops around town.
Want to get those creative juices flowing? Try these three simple tips from Barnet Bain, author of “The Book Of Doing And Being.”
One of the more desirable perks about living in or visiting metro Los Angeles is that its hills and valleys are always alive with the sound of music.
Foodies get your stretchy pants ready because L.A. Street Food Fest is back for its 6th year, and ready to stuff you with some of the best bites from around the city.
Coming to this vast metropolis, it’s hard to imagine what happened through time to establish the names and borders of this unusual urban sprawl. This historical journey into the Miracle Mile District allows the visitor a chance to learn about this fascinating area that became the cultural heart of Los Angeles.
When it comes to celebrating America’s independence, it goes without saying that seeing a great fireworks show is a must.
While the Wizarding World of Harry Potter is still a year away from its Universal Studios Hollywood debut, two other massive franchises are making the beloved theme park one of the hottest destinations of the summer.
America wants to laugh. With what the news is reporting around the world, reality show weeping and drama, drama, drama, comic relief is a welcome phenomenon. Past and present, some of the top comedic performers have graced various comedy club stages right here in Los Angeles. To explore improv, stand-up and open mic, read on for the best comedy club venues in town.
Throughout the month of September, Street Food Cinema offers Angelenos a chance to get outside, enjoy a movie under the stars with great food provided by some of the best vendors around the city and listen to live music from some of today’s best acts.