Santa Monica Pier
The 19th Partnership Walk will take place in Los Angeles this Sunday, Oct. 27.
Celebrate cooler weather by attending one of these fall festivals in the LA area.
A Los Angeles Dodgers flag was hoisted 55 feet above the ocean in Santa Monica on Sunday.
Authorities estimated at least 100,000 people attended Saturday night’s Glow Festival in Santa Monica.
This is the last week of August, which also means summer is quickly coming to a close. There are many events on deck this week, so clear some space in your calendar and see what is going on.
Los Angeles County has 75 miles of shoreline and many, many beaches along the coast for enjoying the blue Pacific Ocean. Here are the best ones for taking your kids, from North to South.
What better way to celebrate summertime on the West Coast than to enjoy free live music right on the beach?
In my book, there might be nothing greater than taking in a concert on a warm summer evening. Fill your summer with this amazing lineup of local LA concerts.
Yoga In The City brings the essence of the wildly popular Wanderlust Festival into the city to give Angelenos a taste of their signature lifestyle events that focus on yoga, music and wellness.
Show your dad you still care by taking him out for some quality bonding time. Here are some of the best activities to do with dad in Los Angeles in honor of Father’s Day.
One of the most historic places in all of California is the Santa Monica Pier, and it is still going strong with lots of wonderful things to see and do. Grab the kids for this one, and head down for a fun day with the family.
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.