The triple-digit temperatures may feel like an oven to most humans, but to some of the animals at the Los Angeles Zoo, the weather feels juuuust right.
Soak up the last few days of summer by enjoying a variety of activities in and around Los Angeles
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.
The Los Angeles Zoo says it is now home to three rare baby Gray’s monitor lizards that hatched last month.
Natalia Juanero, 6, was treated to a special introduction to Rhonda the Rhino.
A 7,100-square-foot habitat and exhibit space was unveiled Friday for the Los Angeles Zoo’s three resident jaguars.
Angelenos can look forward to a busy week full of life’s fullest and finest.
Los Angeles zoo officials want some help in naming its new baby kangaroo.
The Chinese or Lunar New Year is the most celebrated holiday of the year for nearly 1.5 million people of Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese descent in Southern California.
The Los Angeles Zoo Friday will debut its newest attraction — a male tiger named Castro.
Celebrate African American History month this week with the whole family or make it a date night as you take in unique performances of artists, musicians, vocalists, and dance.
The sheep was the first animal to escape zoo grounds in more than a decade.
Every parent is familiar with hearing their child say “I’m bored.” Fortunately for you Los Angeles holds the cure to this dread malady.
Los Angeles must have food on its mind this week. From dineL.A. to cocktail tastings and performances (as well as a few not-to-be-missed non food activities), this week is one for the taste buds.
Griffith Park is Los Angeles’ grand recreational center with more than 4,000 acres of family attractions.