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Just listed: Paul Williams designed estate on nearly an acre in Palisades Riviera

Master LA architect Paul Williams set this timelessly romantic residence on nearly an acre of serene, flat parkland — overlooking the foothills and tree-covered landscape below. The 7-bedroom 6.5-bath home at 915 Amalfi Drive in the prestigious Riviera area of Pacific Palisades has been listed at...

Posted over 1 year ago
 

Yuletide TV classics plus a Jolly Trolley spin

Santa’s screening some of his all-time favorite holiday TV specials at The Paley Center for Media this month, and having Mrs. Claus conduct a Jolly Trolley tour of Beverly Hills after the show. Only in LA!

Posted over 1 year ago
 

DTLA’s electric streetcar moves closer

Los Angeles was built around an 1,100-mile streetcar network — at one point the largest electric railway system in the world. Now it’s moving to return to its roots as a transit-oriented, walkable, bicycle-friendly city. This week that idea moved closer to reality as the LA City Council...

Posted over 1 year ago
 

Oak Knoll: Pasadena Paradise

If anyone creates a ranking of Greater LA’s most gorgeous neighborhoods, Pasadena’s Oak Knoll district will be high on the list. Its broad, shady, winding streets, softly lit by vintage style street lamps at night, showcase block after block of large, lovely homes. Among them is this resort-like...

Posted over 1 year ago
 

Get a sneak peek at DTLA's new main museum

In the next few weeks, you can get a glimpse of a coming cultural destination like no other in LA. Three historic buildings on Main and 4th downtown are being transformed into the Main Museum, a multifaceted celebration of what makes L.A. important and different — from art to performance to the...

Posted over 1 year ago
 

See the light

The Enchanted Forest of Light, that is — a mile-long journey through ten magical worlds of light set in some of the most beloved areas of Descanso Gardens. Maple (the restaurant Eater LA called “a stone cold stunner”) will do pop-up dinner service, too. Snap up tickets fast.

Posted over 1 year ago
 

For guilt-free stuffing, take some steps

LA is known for its outdoor stairways — and there’s no better way to climb out of your post-turkey stupor than a good set of stairs. Need a little momentum? Here are six of our favorite flights.

Posted over 1 year ago
 

Cars to the max

Think LA’s love affair with cars started in the ‘50s? Think again: the Los Angeles Auto Show was founded in 1907! Today, it’s the first big North American car show of the season, and one of the most highly attended on the planet. That means each year, we get to see some of the top new vehicle...

Posted over 1 year ago
 

Pay no attention to those techies behind the curtain

The best part of the just-opened Science Behind Pixar exhibit isn’t the amazing science, technology, engineering and math that went into Toy Story, Finding Dory and Monsters Inc. It’s discovering just how those STEM tools inspire creative humans to create magic.

Posted over 1 year ago