For a movie set experience during the holidays, Universal Studios sets the scene. Beginning on December 10 and 11 and continuing daily from December 17 through January 1, 2012, a very, merry “Grinchmas”™ returns to […]
Crews battled a fire at a building on the backlot of Universal Studios Thursday afternoon.
Those of us who live in L.A. know that is the signs of fall aren’t limited to pumpkin-flavored lattes and television. All you have to do is look around and a hundred pumpkin patches have sprung up around the city.
A fire apparently caused by electrical wiring at a Universal Studios’ sound stage has been extinguished.
During this time of year, Southern California theme parks transform into magical places to celebrate the holiday season. With the variety of activities and events offered, it’s easy to find great ways to make memories and create holiday traditions with your family.
It used to be easy: Knott’s Berry Farm. Or as they retitle it each year, Knott’s Scary Farm. I finally went to Knott’s Halloween Haunt for the first time ever, last week. The mazes were awesome; especially the ‘Virus Z’ and ‘Doll Factory.’ I managed to find time, to eat Mrs. Knott’s fried chicken.
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.
This town was built on the movie business, which still employs millions. Take a glimpse into the magic that makes it all happen.
A studio tour at Universal Studios combines a behind-the-scenes look at how movies are made with special effects that put you right into the movie.
Quick! Help! The Out-of-Towners descend on Monday, and I have to keep them occupied. What’s the best theme park in Southern California?