The Wallis’s third annual winter performing arts lineup kicks off this month at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills. One star: LA’s own Lula Washington Dance Theatre.
We’re sure you have a lot more than that to look forward to in 2018, but let’s start with some really bright spots emerging in LA itself. (We’re really looking forward to #9.)
Straight out of Paris, “Tattoo” explores more than 5,000 years of body-decorating artistry, including LA’s own vibrant tattoo scene. The art of marking skin with ink spans cultures, continents, and has evolved over time. We find ourselves with a mysterious fascination with both...
Our first pick is Multicolor Dot Crayon Sticks, Inspired by Monet's Colors. Where else can you own instant Impressionism for just $15? But they’re just the beginning. Be sure to click the View All button at the right of each section.
True, you don’t see many sleighs drawing up on our streets. But the grand Victorian houses that go with them are everywhere. Join us for a tour of some of LA’s most ornamental. (Hint: most of the public ones host vintage-inspired holiday events.)
Just imagine: you could spend all December at the Music Center and never see the same dazzling event twice. From the Festival of Carols to LA’s biggest holiday celebration on Christmas Eve, it’s a host of reasons to be glad you’re an Angeleno.
And so you shall. Just head for Hogsmeade at Universal Studios, where the winding streets are decked to the nine and three-quarters (sorry) and Hogwarts Castle is ablaze with holiday lights and music. Oh, yes, and Christmas croaking.
If you’ve bought into the myth that now isn’t a good time to put your home on the market, you might be missing out on a very big-ticket gift. Once you learn the truth about this season’s homebuyers, you might consider opening your door to a different kind of holiday...
This time of year, you can see a dazzling display around every corner. But there are some extravaganzas you don’t want to miss. From the Venice Canals to Christmas Tree Lane, here’s a handy list – including a couple of road trips.