Celebrate the new year in Tinseltown as 2014 switches up its colorful character to become 2015.
Try these places for cocktails that taste like the holidays and ward off the chill of those winter days.
Los Angeles is bounding with unique sounds and interesting artists. There are rising stars everywhere in L.A. and here are five bands and solo artists to keep an ear out for.
With a pinch cheer, a dash of merry and perhaps a whole lot of alcohol, take a break from the holiday hustle and bustle. Check out these five places in Los Angeles for their holiday cocktails to bring back the joy.
Warm your spirits this holiday season with these hot winter drinks from Chef Carli Savedra at the Old Vine Cafe.
In metro L.A., home to many religious and ethnic groups, festive concerts will be in abundance and well attended. Here are a select few that promise to exemplify the region’s strapping musical heritage and flush cultural pluralism.
Revel in some Middle-Eastern culture at these hookah bars without leaving Orange County.
Hookah bars, cafes and lounges are bringing smokers back inside in a sort of “smokers’ rights” reprieve.
It’s not Christmas music, but these five shows will certainly enrich your holiday season.
If you want to learn – or improve at – playing an instrument but you don’t have a lot of time, try these places for music lessons.
Here are five of the best craft beer happy hours held around our famous town.
Martinis are a cut above the rest, so make sure the bar you choose to visit in Orange County has a great martini selection.
If happy hour is good, then happy hour with craft beer is even better. Try these places to see just how great happy hour can be when the place offers great craft beers at discounted prices.
If you have been longing to learn to play the flute, strum the uke or sing your favorite song, check out these five music schools in L.A.
Each restaurant and bar that serves local beer owns the philosophy of supporting local brewers. Check out these five hangouts for a tasty pint of California.