Film and cinema in all forms are celebrated in Los Angeles throughout the year with a wide variety of film festivals.
Articles by Erin Richards-Kunkel
Los Angeles is home to a rising number of 1920s inspired, speakeasy-style cocktail bars and lounges that serve up great drinks in a vintage atmosphere.
When visiting or exploring Los Angeles, deciding what to see can be difficult. There are plenty of neighborhoods and destinations, all with a separate vibe and charm. Here are some of the top LA attractions that both locals and tourists will enjoy.
Just in time to get through the crush of holiday shopping, Sassy City Chicks is hosting a girl’s night out and an solution to gift dilemmas all in one night.
In Los Angeles, night owls don’t have to settle for microwave burritos. Here are some of our favorite places to nosh late at night.
In a city that was built on costumes, make-up, fantasies and nightmares, Halloween takes on extra meaning in LA. From theme parks to the massive West Hollywood Carnival, there is no shortage of events to choose from.
One of the best parts of fall is the German tradition of Oktoberfest, and there are plenty of options to celebrate in LA with food, drinks, culture and, of course, plenty of beer.
Just off of Santa Monica’s 3rd Street Promenade, tucked in a space off of the beaten path enough to be relatively tourist-free is the recently opened Demitasse Cafe, where everything comes down to a simple code: “life is too short for bad coffee.”
With so many different options, LA’s food tuck scene can get be a little overwhelming. Here are 10 favorites that we recommend.
If you have been paying attention to foodie news in the past few months, chances are you have heard about the pastry version of heaven on earth: cronuts at Dk’s Donuts.