For the last 80 years, Long Beach and surrounding communities have gathered on the sandy shores of Long Beach to participate in the annual Great Sand Sculpture Contest.
The Summer Festival Taste of Brews is a classy approach to beer tasting whether you are an expert beer sommelier or a novice beer enthusiast.
It gets hot, hot, hot out here in the Inland Empire during the summer time, therefore cooling off at a local splash pad or water park is essential.
The 143rd edition “Built to Amaze”- Ringling Bros and Barnum and Bailey’s newest show takes circus goers on a one-of-a-kind entertainment adventure to find out just what it takes to construct The Greatest Show On Earth.
The Inland Empire, which is home to more than 18 million people and is the second largest metropolitan area in the country, has your adrenaline junky back. Check out these cool spots to get your extreme sports rush.
From family friendly parades, muscled and tanned men and women competing at the beach to fireworks spectaculars you’ll find the best family- friendly 4th of July events listed here.
Leis are traditionally a symbol for celebration, made up of a fragrant garland of flowers. Commonly given when someone is arriving and leaving, a lei is perfect to give to high school and college graduates as they venture on to a new stage of life.
This summer, John Lennon fans will have the opportunity to go back in time with the return of “Just Imagine” at the Hayworth Theatre in Los Angeles.
This year’s annual Big Bear Heritage Parade will recognize and honor the community’s emergency personnel who protected the mountain community during the hunt for fugitive Christopher Dorner.
Here you’ll find an eclectic list of the best Father’s Day events in the Southland from car and music festivals to food eating contents and plenty in between.
From zoo visits, beer festivals to water parks there is always something to do in So Cal. Check out our best picks for this week.
Some people get facials as an anti-aging treatment, some get facials for skin care and cleaning and certainly some get facials for ultimate in decadence pampering.
The Living Desert is more than just a zoo. Housing exhibits, gardens, activities and animals from deserts all around the world, The Living Desert showcases species that have developed useful adaptations to endure extreme desert conditions.
While prom is one of those special rights of passage for teenagers, it’s no longer the stuffy, super formal event it once was. Prom is now an eclectic and expressive fun night out.
An ordinary game of baseball or golf isn’t enough for you, you are a thrill seeking adventurer that is up for fast action, adrenaline-pumping thrills! Try one of these extreme sports in OC.