Santa Monica Pier
The grandparents’ visit to Los Angeles does not have to become a budget-destroying experience. Here are just five locations that will send your grandparents home with marvelous memories.
From old-school funfairs and beach side family BBQs to ice age fossils and state-of -the art shuttle orbiters LA has got a variety of spring break staycation destinations to suit any budget.
A 15-year-old boy from Long Island died of a mysterious illness while on a school trip to Disneyland.
If you’re looking for ways to test your strength, get fit or just break from the norm in Los Angeles, here are a few tips from celebrated personal trainer and Mr. America 2004, Jason Kozma. Get out and enjoy some of Los Angeles’ most-enduring landmarks and stretch your physical limits at the same time.
The holidays are here and for Angelenos who cannot have a white Christmas, we can still have a sandy one.
So Aunt Nelly and Uncle Bud have come to stay for the holidays and they’re itching to explore Southern California and you’re burning to get them off your couch for a bit? Check out this […]
Actress and activist, Q’orianka Kilcher, and celebrity chef Govind Armstrong stopped by KCAL9 Thursday to discuss the 18th Annual Partnership Walk on the Santa Monica Pier.
Dragons, fried food, and concerts, oh my! From the edge of the Pacific all the way to the IE, there’s always something special to do in the Southland and this week is no exception.
When your kid hits the double-digit age range, suddenly the old tricks don’t work anymore. Here are some great suggestions for activities that both parents and those growing children will enjoy together.
Bring the entire family and celebrate the beginning of summer with music, activities and plenty of bargains. On Sunday, June 24th, 2012, Main Street Santa Monica will be hosting their 12th annual summer SOULstice event, […]
Los Angeles boasts five fanciful carousels to choose from.
Fatuma Sado of Ethiopia won the 27th annual Honda Los Angeles Marathon after crossing the finish line at 2:25:39.
Called the “Stadium to the Sea” course, this point-to-point LA Marathon route that debuted in 2010 puts the emphasis on Los Angeles myriad iconic landmarks. Be sure to arrive early and get a great spot to catch all the action.
What you’ll remember about OVO are the phenomenal and impressive acrobatic acts that will have the wheels in your brain turning, in an attempt to dissect what you’ve witnessed in these talented performers. It’s been […]
There is a never-ending list of arts, culture, music and food activities across Los Angeles. Jump in!