Los Angeles County Museum Of Art
Here are are five ways your children can spend the upcoming summer months in Los Angeles, instead of watching TV.
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.
Here in Los Angeles the influence of Mexican culture is part of our everyday experience. The new exhibit at LACMA gives us a chance to see the origins of a culture that is part of […]
By lunchtime, Wilshire Boulevard’s south side near the Los Angeles County Museum of Art is lined with colorful gourmet food trucks, blocking drivers’ views of buildings, building numbers and, unfortunately, traffic signs.
A woman was leaving the Los Angeles County Museum of Art this weekend when she was struck by a hit-and-run driver and severely injured. Now, her friends have turned to Facebook to find the two men who were reportedly inside the car.
Crowds of people are lining along the streets of L.A. to catch a glimpse of the 340-ton boulder headed to its final destination at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
A giant rock is on a roll as it continues its long journey to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA).
At 340 tons, it’s one of the largest boulders to be moved since ancient times.
In LA, there are several opportunities to appreciate Impressionist art. Consider the following places when you want to enjoy bright paintings in light colors, delivered with quick and short strokes by the artist.
There are a whole slew of other fun things to do during the week that don’t involve the word “turkey,” which are listed here for your convenience.
A 340-ton boulder is quickly becoming a rock legend and is ready for a road trip.