It’s Boo at the Zoo, what else? Get your frightwear on and join the critters for a zoo full of spine-tingling adventures and spooktacular entertainment. The haunt happens every day in October, and there’s pumpkin carving on weekends.
Going too far for farm-fresh produce? Circle first Fridays on your calendar –Westfield Topanga now has a Night Market! Besides farm-fresh produce, eggs, and fresh flowers, there’s live music, fun for kids, even a free small dog valet (pre-registration).
You can hoist a stein anywhere – but only a few places deliver that true Biergarten experience. Here are ten places worth putting on your lederhosen for. Warning: one of them swaps out the pretzels for dumplings. Hey, we are in LA...
Right now, all of Southern California is one big fiesta of art exhibitions, musical performances and film screenings celebrating our links to Latin America. Many events in Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA are free, but you’re going to need this map.
Forget the long drives and flights, you can get your foliage fix right here in the Southland— and we’ve got the map to prove it.
In the past month, the John Aaroe Group Community Foundation awarded grants to fourteen remarkable organizations and events devoted to rescuing and placing endangered dogs, ending grueling diseases, nourishing those battling critical illness, helping children and seniors thrive, and so much more....
After four years and a $5 million rehab, DTLA’s landmark 1901 funicular railway has reopened! It may be short (596 feet round trip), but it’s a quaint and panoramic way to glide from Pershing Square Metro station to MOCA.
You've only got a few weeks left to take in a quintessential summer experience: Street Food Cinema, an inspired combo of outdoor movies, gourmet food trucks and music. Since our summer is notoriously endless, you’ve got ‘til November 4.
Since it began in DTLA’s Grand Avenue Arts District in the ‘80s, Grand Performances has emerged as one of SoCal’s major free performing arts presenters. Next up: the LA Chamber Orchestra 50th season debut and an intimate talk with Art Garfunkel.