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Grand Central Market

  Now in its 101st year, no trip to Los Angeles is complete without visiting the downtown Grand Central Market. From this central hub, you can grab a shuttle to a variety of stops throughout the area, but the market is a destination in itself. Open daily from 8 a.m. – 10 p.m. at 317…

Car Show of Beverly Hills

  When you think glitz and glam, you think of Beverly Hills and the stars cruising in their multi-million dollar cars or classic rides. The annual Car Show of Beverly Hills can’t be missed, otherwise known as the Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance. It all happens on June 18, making it the perfect Father’s Day gift….

Race Across America

We are cheering on the Race Across America group riding from Oceanside, CA to Annapolis, MD. Thanks for staying with us, have a safe trip! You can learn more about  “The World’s Toughest Bicycle Race” here.

What to Do in Hawthorne

  Just southwest of Los Angeles is the charming city of Hawthorne, with a population of 87,000. Founded in 1905 by BL Harding and HD Lombard, Lombard’s daughter shared her Fourth of July birthday with English author Nathaniel Hawthorne—and a bedroom community was born. Today, Hawthorne is known for being home to Century Media Records,…

Memorial Day Weekend Picks

  All around southern California, there are options to celebrate the long weekend. Many cemeteries feature tributes on Monday with gun salutes and a laying of the wreaths to remember those who gave all. The weekend also marks Fiesta Hermosa, a three-day event founded in 1972 which has become the biggest arts and crafts event…

Your Cinco de Mayo Guide

  Just a short drive to the border, you don’t have to head to Mexico to celebrate Cinco de Mayo—though you certainly can! However, the celebration of the Mexican Army’s victory over French forces in 19th century Puebla is much bigger on this side of the border, especially in Los Angeles where the Mexican-American community…

The Annenberg Space for Photography

One of the city’s brightest gems is a cultural center highlighting the best in photography. Enjoy rotating exhibits, exciting lectures and workshops, and much more at The Annenberg Space for Photography at 2000 Avenue of the Stars #10. Open Wednesday – Sunday from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m., you’ll quickly spot the ultra-modern building where…

St. Paddy’s Day in L.A.

  Nothing beats Los Angeles for a massive holiday, and the city goes all out for St. Patrick’s Day. With plenty of Irish pubs in town, you’ll need to pace yourself—or start the weekend with a less drink-centric event. The Hermosa Beach St. Patrick’s Day Parade takes over the coastal town with Irish marching bands,…

Page Museum

  Ever wondered just how big a woolly mammoth was? Check out these reproductions of mammoths stuck in tar pits before heading inside to discover dinosaur fossils dug up from local sites. The Page Museum is located at 5801 Wilshire Blvd., and it’s an absolute must for families, dinosaur lovers, or anyone looking for a…

Visit Stoney Point Park

  You’ll find Stoney Point Park on Topanga Canyon Boulevard between Chatsworth Street and the 118 Freeway. It’s also known as the Stoney Point Outcroppings and Chatsworth Formation. The Los Angeles city park is popular for hiking, rock climbing, and connects to Bridle Trail. Although Chatsworth is often considered a suburb of L.A., you’ll feel…