Santa Monica Pier
There is a never-ending list of arts, culture, music and food activities across Los Angeles. Jump in!
Whether families want to ring in the New Year with your children at noon or midnight, we have all the happenings.
Here is a handy guide to help you get the best of the many events that part of the LA Food and Wine Festival. Hint: bring your appetite and a designated driver.
This recently-opened Annenberg Community Beach House is on the site of the former Marion Davies estate, and comes with its share of history, including the original pool, which is open weekends in September and October from 10 a.m.
“Zuma,” as the locals call it, is the largest beach in LA County. The excellent waves make this a popular spot for boogie boarders and body surfers.
For many, riding the 405 can be something like a carnival ride…up, down, curving, fast, crawls to a halt, repeat.
The world’s most famous solar-powered Ferris wheel will go dark for an hour Saturday night in observance of Earth Hour 2011.
This is a museum-heavy list that you can show to people who say LA is all flash and no culture. Free cultural exposure for the people!
Here are a few ways to support the Los Angeles Metro public transportation system while having a great time with your kids.
Now that the hustle and bustle of the holidays is over, why not ease yourself back into regular life with some of the plethora of events that are happening in Los Angeles in the month of January?
The Ferris wheel and other amusements on the Santa Monica Pier have been sold.
Authorities say a man died and another was injured when their boat struck a breakwater and turned over near the Santa Monica Pier.
If your view of fatherhood is colored and painted solely by what you see on television you might think that our role is limited to serving as provider/disciplinarian or bumbling fool. While there is always […]
Activist 12-year-old Zach Bonner, who began the walk on Christmas day from his home in Tampa, says the 6-month trek was worth it if he helped “even one homeless child”.
If you only have a short time in L.A., planning is everything. You could spend 90 minutes in traffic getting from A to B so a geographic strategy is essential. Here’s a guide to quintessential Los Angeles.
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