Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
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.
A group of longtime Academy Awards fans won’t have their customary spot in the bleachers for Sunday’s Red Carpet arrivals after losing out in the lottery for those in-demand seats.
Celebrate cheeseburger week, attend the LA Times Travel Show and experience L.A.’s Art Show this week.
With the holiday season in full swing, there’s nothing quite like a Christmas parade to spread the infectious holiday cheer.
These top five best holiday celebrations turn from the commercialized to the meaningful. These family-friendly celebrations bind and bring us all together for the season that reminds us of the most important things in life.
There are several opportunities for you to discover the power of dance in Los Angeles in the upcoming months. Following are five events that promise to inspire audiences.
The stunning Dorothy Chandler Pavilion is a must-see destination in Southern California. Grab your sweetie and enjoy a night of amazing opera at this beautiful destination.
There is so much to do – and eat – in Los Angeles this week.
From art and theater to food and culture, the first week of April is packed with family-friendly activities across the Southland.
One of the many advantages of living in Los Angeles is that the finest of arts are always readily available. The following shows will give new and old opera lovers a chance to admire impressive singers and fresh projects.
If you plan to stay in town this year, make sure you check this list twice for the best ways you can be merry.
A wise elf once declared that the best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear.