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.
L.A.’s newest holiday tradition – L.A. Zoo Lights! A very special nighttime event for all ages where you’ll experience a fantastical wonderland with glowing animals in LED lights, lasers, 3D projections and more!
A man who says he suffered a serious heart condition after wearing a Donkey Kong ape costume at the Los Angeles Zoo has sued Nintendo.
The Los Angeles Zoo received a treat on Halloween, the first it has had in 26 years – the birth of a hippopotamus calf.
A deadly cobra that mysteriously appeared in a Thousand Oaks neighborhood this week is now residing at the Los Angeles Zoo.
Angelenos were being warned Tuesday of a potentially dangerous rattlesnake infestation across the Southland.
Whether you’re looking to lean out of the box or kick convention to the curb altogether, LA offers plenty of options for tying the knot in your own unique style.
Hubert and Kalisa, both 15-year-old African lions, made their public debut Friday morning in Griffith Park.
Spring has nearly sprung, and there are a myriad of events happening in March to get you outside the house.