The general manager running the legendary luxury-liner-turned-hotel RMS Queen Mary has sent a letter to staff and management of the ship’s numerous shops, telling them they have 30 days to vacate the ship to make room for newer retail shops.
There’s nothing better than starting your week with a national holiday; two awesome music festivals bookend this week giving you plenty of motivation to make it through another workday.
Los Angeles, wrap up the great month of August with a celebration or two!
Orange County, let’s finish August with some exciting fun. Start your week the right way, with dessert, and end it on Labor Day weekend with a sampling of various ethnic foods, a fabulous Art-Deco festival with dancing, dining, and drinking galore, or a trip to San Diego for one of the world’s best sand sculpting competitions.
Your taste buds will be satisfied this week with OC restaurant openings, celebrating National Olive Month, and signature tequila tastings on board the Queen Mary.
Think you can’t afford a trip to LA? Think again.
Celebrate Memorial Day and great summer night activities this week.
Every summer the Southland bursts with festivals for everyone’s tastes. These five selections are chosen for their growing popularity and unique character.
A taste of Scotland is coming to the Southland.
Los Angeles has some great options for watching the fireworks on New Year’s Eve from high and low.
With theme parks, museums and performing arts venues to visit, Orange County has a huge variety of must-see attractions you won’t want to miss.
Blood, gore, special effects and fountains of blood await you at these horrific locales. Some are even designated as actual haunted spots, so the creepy factor ratchets up a few notches on All Hallows Eve.
As fall has arrived and Halloween approaches, there are many ways to celebrate the change of season and upcoming holiday. The weeks are filled lots of spooky fun for all.
Long Beach Councilwoman Gerrie Schipske is feeling nostalgic and will ask her fellow council members to vote on a proposed new roller coaster.
School is back in session for Southern California students by now but that doesn’t mean you can’t squeeze in a few family-friendly events and activities while the weather is still warm.