The Los Angeles City Council is floating an idea to bring duck boats to the LA River.
Tourists will no longer be hassled by tour bus companies on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame in a move by city officials to make the area more safe and inviting.
For the first time in nearly a century, the Rose Bowl in Pasadena will be hosting an open house Saturday.
The Battleship USS Iowa opened to the public Saturday as a permanent floating museum in the Port of Los Angeles.
Perfect for plant nerds and day trippers alike – the Arboretum is casual and relaxed and full of natural beauty.
More people are spending a Saturday or Sunday afternoon exploring Culver City’s wide variety of outstanding cuisine.
Whale watchers have been treated to the sight of a huge pod of killer whales off Dana Point.
The Russian tall ship Pallada will be open for tours Saturday in the Port of Los Angeles.
The U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln is the first aircraft carrier to be docked in the Port of Los Angeles in more than 20 years.
The tour — which lasts about 45 minutes — will also include other famous sites around the Southland, including Griffith Observatory, the Hollywood sign and other landmarks.
For the entire month of May, all Southern California residents can take part in a new promotional campaign aimed at drawing more families to the most famous boulevard in the world.