Memorial Day weekend is upon us and what better way to celebrate than a night out on the town? We’ve rounded up a list of events to occupy your evenings.
Here are are five ways your children can spend the upcoming summer months in Los Angeles, instead of watching TV.
Paintings and photograph collections, from local and international artists, both past and contemporary, will be available through the summer in Los Angeles for you to peruse and admire.
The days are becoming bright and sunny, so why not get out of the house? This week features amazing concerts, an air shows and even beer tasting that will get you ready for Cinco De Mayo.
Spring is in the air, and its a good time for brunch, dinner and everything in between. Several LA-area restaurants are celebrating another year and business, but its the customers who are getting the gifts […]
Looking to experience something you’ve never done before? Grab some friends and head out in to the city. From eating well to rocking out, there are several amazing opportunities for fun. January 21, 2013 dineLA […]
A new year is about to start, and this is the time to make some resolutions. If one of yours will be to become a more cultured and art-savvy consumer, the museums in Los Angeles will be more than ready to help you fulfill it. Following are five museum exhibits that should keep you excited and learning about art until April of 2013.
The thousands of people working in the commercial high-rises along Wilshire Boulevard in the Miracle Mile district are going to have fewer lunch options now that the L.A. City Council approved a measure Wednesday that will restrict food truck parking, according to a news source.
Have you recovered from your turkey coma yet? Time to get bustling into the holiday season. There are a bunch of holiday happenings around the city this week why not treat yourself and the family […]
The most important event happening this week is making your voice heard by remembering to vote on Tuesday, Nov. 6. From craft fairs to archaeology, we have a few particularly interesting events to do around […]
Sharpen your knife skills, visit a tiger puppet, and catch a glimpse (or 1,000) of your favorite superheroes this week.
Egyptians have their pyramids and now Angelenos have their rock. After more than 40 years, artist Michael Heizer’s lifelong dream is finally realized. Hundreds of Los Angeles residents and visitors gathered at the Los Angeles […]
The “Levitated Mass” exhibit featuring a 340-ton granite boulder drew throngs of people to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) when it opened to the public Sunday.
The “Levitated Mass” exhibit featuring a 340-ton granite boulder is expected to open to the public this Sunday at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA).
Even if you don’t know really know why Cinco de Mayo is celebrated, you should still find a way to acknowledge it. In fact, why don’t you take the whole week to ring in the special day by romping around SoCal and indulging in some rad activities?