Those who have imagined breezing through the streets of Los Angeles without a car in sight can live the dream Sunday during the city’s sixth CicLAvia event.
Approximately 24,000 people from across the country and 61 nations are expected to participate in Sunday’s sold-out ASICS Los Angeles Marathon.
Thousands of runners and walkers will take over city streets in Pasadena on Sunday during Kaiser Permanente’s second annual Rock ‘n’ Roll Pasadena Half-Marathon.
Street closures will begin early in preparation of the 2013 Academy Awards at the Hollywood & Highland Center.
A runaway truck wreaked havoc Friday in the residential area of northern Glendale-La Crescenta.
Spectators Monday prepared to secure their permanent spots along the 124th Tournament of Roses parade route.
Los Angeles motorists should expect a few street closures Monday morning as President Barack Obama leaves the Southland.
Faced with a second day of gas prices hitting record highs, many Angelenos ditched their cars in celebration of Los Angeles’ fifth CicLAvia.
President Barack Obama is expected to arrive in the Southland on Sunday for a two-day visit.
Run, walk, skate, bike – just don’t drive – to L.A.’s fifth CicLAvia this Sunday.
The Windward Circle in Venice is scheduled to be closed through Sunday to accommodate an annual summer carnival hosted by the Los Angeles Police Department’s West Bureau.
Hundreds of thousands of people lined Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood for the 42nd annual L.A. Pride parade celebrating the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities.
“May Day” rallies will cause traffic delays throughout Los Angeles Tuesday. Travelers have also been advised to arrive early at LAX, where protesters gathered before dawn.
The Honda LA Marathon will take place Sunday, March 18.
LA’s Transportation Department announced Monday a series of street closures that will begin Wednesday night to make way for the convoy moving a 340-ton boulder to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on Wilshire Boulevard’s Miracle Mile.