Here are a few of the Los Angeles area’s best bookstores for you to visit this Small Business Saturday!
As fall has arrived and Halloween approaches, there are many ways to celebrate the change of season and upcoming holiday. The weeks are filled lots of spooky fun for all.
Fall is upon us in Los Angeles and we are now in shopping mode for fall and winter clothes, including suits for the office or for that special occasion. The tips in this article will lead you in the right direction on how to find the perfect suit.
It’s nice to find independent bookstores in Los Angeles where you can have some coffee, buy a book and just relax and get away from the outside world. Here are few to check out.
The past few years have been tough on bookstores, not only because of the economy but due to the increased popularity of electronic readers. Here are five community bookstores in Los Angeles happy to sprinkle your life with culture.
The big box bookstores are great, but they don’t always have the charm and magic of a shop specializing in children’s literature. Here’s a list of the best children’s bookstores in Los Angeles.
Many prefer the book-club setting because it allows for intellectual stimulation through the discussion of the material read, the exchange of ideas and opinions and sometimes even the input of the authors themselves. Following are five wonderful opportunities to enjoy the benefits of belonging to a book club in Los Angeles.
America’s largest public celebration of the written word, the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, takes place on April 21 and 22. After 15 years at UCLA, The Festival of Books relocated to the University […]
Beach-reading recommendations written by local authors – some of these novels take place here in your own backyard; others will take you far away.
The best independent bookstores reflect and serve their community. They provide a space for ideas and discovery through interesting stock, author events, and literary gatherings. Here are some of the best in Los Angeles.
If you are missing a copy of “1984″ or “Anna Karenina,” pick one up for $2.50 at Iliad.