Even with the clock ticking away, there are many ways to experience the glory of L.A. within 24 hours, from both land and air.
Glamorous Los Angeles does not seem to be synonymous with budget travel, but that’s a misnomer. In fact, the City of Angels is packed with free opportunities that make for great memories at a number of venues. Consider the following five.
Throngs of pet lovers will head to Los Angeles’ historic Olvera Street on Saturday for this year’s “Blessing of the Animals.”
This week offers a bit of something for everyone, including some LA firsts. Attend a poetry reading at the first LA Lit Crawl, sip some local craft beers at the first Flight Night focused exclusively on brewskies, or chow down at a Srirachi themed festival, the first of its kind.
Historic Olvera Street in Downtown Los Angeles will be the site of a festival over the weekend.
Summer has sadly come to an end, but that doesn’t mean you still can’t take some time to get out and have some fun! There is always so much to do in Los Angeles.
Olvera Street can be a very romantic and memorable trip for two. Keep it extra special by making it a romantic weekend.
Angelenos should anticipate traffic delays and detours downtown Wednesday as thousands participate in numerous May Day marches and rallies in support of immigration reform.
Firefighters say seven people have been hurt in a traffic collision near Los Angeles’ historic Olvera Street in downtown Los Angeles.
There are MORE holiday celebrations in store on Three Kings’ Day, January 6.
There are so many things to do this week it will make your head spin. Relax: we had two great minds come up with the right list of activities for folks all over SoCal. You’re welcome.
Greek, Mexican, Swiss, Armenian, etc…so many ethnicities, so many ways to celebrate. Consult our guide for worldwide holiday traditions right here in Southern California.
The city of Angels is kicking off a month-long celebration to mark its 230th birthday this weekend!
Members of a historic church on Olvera Street are planning a protest after the city moved to charge rent.
Sometimes right in the middle of a city like L.A. headed for the future, you can find its past right in the heart of downtown.