Los Angeles is weathering a perfect storm of weekend sports that’s bringing tens of thousands of hockey, basketball and cycling fans downtown.
A perfect storm of sports is headed to Los Angeles. And there could be as much competition for downtown traffic lanes and parking spots as there is inside Staples Center.
If there’s ever been a time to try out the city’s mass transit system, this weekend will be it.
From east (downtown) to west (Santa Monica) these LA’s hotel restaurants serve from modern American, Chinese, Middle Eastern, Italian, and farm fresh California dishes, proving that the once stuffy and over formal white table cloth hotel dining rooms may be be a relic of the past.
A pair of high-rise hotels in the heart of downtown L.A. could bring both hospitality and thousands of jobs to the city.
L.A. Live’s collection of shops, activities and restaurants is like an oasis around the Staple Center. Here are the best places to dine in the area.
If you plan to stay in town this year, make sure you check this list twice for the best ways you can be merry.
The proposed NBA settlement is good news for restaurants and other businesses near Staples Center that rely on potential business from the nearly 19,000 basketball fans who fill the arena.
“The Twilight Saga” has staked out another huge opening with a $139.5 million first weekend domestically and a worldwide launch of $283.5 million.
A local arts organization and three street artists are suing Anschutz Entertainment Group, alleging it junked artwork they loaned to the company for a promotional event, according to court papers obtained
Drawings for a proposed football stadium to be built in downtown Los Angeles call for an open-air modernistic structure with a novel, removable roof.
As part of America Recycles Day, a nationally recognized day for raising awareness on recycling and buying recycled materials, L.A. LIVE is hosting a free public recycling collection.
Along with the celebrity dinners and parties put on for the Los Angeles Food and Wine Festival all over town, there were many intimate, wine-focused panel discussions as well. Secrets of a Sommelier: A Blind Tasting of Cabernet Sauvignon set out to teach you how to decipher origin and vintage of a glass of wine when no other information is presented.
It’s not too late to experience Los Angeles’ first annual Food & Wine Festival.
Here is a handy guide to help you get the best of the many events that part of the LA Food and Wine Festival. Hint: bring your appetite and a designated driver.