Los Angeles County Museum Of Art
There is nothing like listening to music under the stars, and given our fabulous climate here in Southern California, we have the opportunity to do so most of the year.
Through art classes, kids and parents learn creativity and foster personal growth.
As the holiday season approaches, take the time to learn that Los Angeles isn’t just about Hollywood celebrities and their whereabouts. It is a city full of stories and history-making art at world-class museums. Be inspired by something old or something new, and make a point to visit the museum shops where you will find mementos, gifts, prints, jewelry and books that reflect your favorite exhibitions or artists.
Consider these five places to confidently put on your well-curated list to be enjoyed during the upcoming and sure to be memorable holiday season in LA.
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The L.A. County Board of Supervisors Wednesday approved $125 million toward the project. It’s part of a major push to revitalize what Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky calls the “living room of Los Angeles.”
Casual dates or serious relationship-building experiences are widely available across the Southland, but these five best choices take the direct focus from the relationship to a sharing of artistic creativity.
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If you’ve run out of Valentine’s Day gift ideas for kids, then try your luck with these kid-friendly Valentine’s Day activities.
South Korean officials say a 16th century royal seal in the collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art may have been stolen out of a shrine in Seoul during the Korean War.
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Los Angeles County Museum of Art houses a large a diverse collection of art, all worth seeing first hand.
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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.
If you think bars and nightlife are only for the cool crowd, think again. Embrace your inner nerd, because there are plenty of great Los Angeles hangouts to completely geek out. Whether arcade games, ping pong, museums, or libraries are your fancy, there are more venues than you may think where you can proudly sport your taped up glasses. Check out one of these great places for your next nerdy night out.