For the first time at Dodger Stadium, a concession stand is offering kosher food.
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.
Consider the following places, all of which are ideal for watching the alluring sunsets no other city than Los Angeles has to offer.
As local residents and businesses continue to feel the pressure to use less water, all they have to do is look to the oldest Major League Baseball stadium on the west coast, who is hitting out out of the park for water conservation.
An Army sergeant from Burbank, who was severely injured in the line of duty, was honored at Dodger Stadium Wednesday.
Firefighters Wednesday battled a brush fire near Dodger Stadium.
It’s so anti-L.A. to ditch your car, but despite the stigma of public transportation, options are plenty for taking the Metro to Dodgers Stadium.
Sit back, relax and enjoy some of Dodger Stadium’s best eats while watching the game.
New changes to come along with the 2015 season mean stricter rules, including no parking apart from in designated stadium lots, and no drinking.
The Los Angeles Dodgers will face the San Diego Padres Monday to kick off the 2015 season.
Dodger baseball officially kicks off this week, and families can enjoy a day at the park or one of many other outdoor activities this week including a visit to the Pet Expo that can’t be missed.
Dodger fans attending games in 2015 will undergo new security procedures at Dodger Stadium, set in place by the league.
When LA Marathon winners Daniel Limo and Olga Kimaiyo crossed the finish line Sunday morning it was about 76 degrees, but thousands of slower runners dealt with temperatures closer to 90 by the time they reached Santa Monica.
Record warmth and distance running do not mix well, so organizers of Sunday’s LA Marathon are doing what they can to try to keep the runners from suffering heat stroke and other related illnesses.
We hope you’ve got a good appetite because this week in Los Angeles is stuffed to the throat with culinary and epicurean delights