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MLK Jr. Celebration Planning Guide

  Some of the best MLK Jr. Day celebrations in the country. Enjoy complimentary museum entry at many locations around California, and check out the 30th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Peace and Unity Parade in Long Beach. The parade starts at 10:30 a.m. on the corner of MLK and Atlantic with over 25,000 attendees…

MLK Jr. Day in Los Angeles

Los Angeles is home to some of the biggest and best MLK Jr. Day celebrations in the country. On the Monday holiday, head to the 33rd Annual Kingdom Day Parade at the corner of MLK Jr. and Crenshaw Boulevard for the biggest event of its kind in the U.S. It’s here where you’ll spot the best…

The Japanese Garden

  Take some time out to enjoy the incredible Japanese Garden, located at 6100 Woodley Ave, Van Nuys. Open Mondays – Thursdays from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. and Sundays from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., you’ll feel whisked away to Japan to enjoy gorgeous imported plants and landscaping, meditative paths, and an impressive gift…

NYE in LA

Start planning your New Year’s Eve now, because the hottest events in LA book up fast. There’s the Candi Pop Dance Party featuring your favorite Top 40 hits from the 90s and early aughts. If you’re in the mood to ring in 2018 to the Spice Girls and NSYNC, this is where you’ll want to…

Traditions Holiday Shop

The Traditions Christmas Shop is open year-round, but you’ll want to visit the charming little boutique during December. There are decorations, ornaments and much more for virtually any holiday, but it’s no surprise that the shop really shines (literally!) during the Christmas holiday. It’s where you can find nutcrackers, a variety of traditional and modern…

Are You Ready for the Rose Bowl?

  Are you ready to Rose? The 129th annual Rose Bowl Tournament takes place January 1 at the iconic Los Angeles Rose Bowl Stadium. Book your room now, because this landmark event sells out rooms across Los Angeles. The festivities begin at 8 a.m. with floral floats and marching bands alongside equestrian units. The 5.5…

Candy Cane Lane

No trip to southern California in December is complete without a tour of Candy Cane Lane. Hosted by a neighborhood of homeowners located at Oxnard and Lubao in Woodland Hills, it’s a tourist destination like no other. Pack some hot chocolate in a thermos, grab some locally made gingerbread men for snacks and head to…

Caroling in Los Angeles

Just because the sun is shining and the palm trees are swaying doesn’t mean Christmas isn’t here—and nothing ushers in the holiday season like old-fashioned caroling. Angel City Chorale Holiday Concert and Sing-Along is an annual tradition at Wilshire Methodist Church where you can listen or sing along to your favorite holiday (Christmas and Hanukkah)…

A Los Angeles Thanksgiving

L.A. is full of fantastic restaurants whipping up their version of Thanksgiving dinner. Book your table at Artisan House for a fine dining buffet complete with a carving station with your choice of favorite cuts and meats. There’s also turkey roulade, truffle mac and cheese, a classic green bean casserole and candied yams, and an…

 Who Runs This Town?

Get a head start on your holiday fitness goals with one of the many fun runs in the Los Angeles area. Arguably the most holiday-centric, the Los Angeles Turkey Trot is “certifiably organic and always a little bit nuts.” Held on Thanksgiving morning, the scenic 5k or 10k takes participant through the streets of downtown…