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The Greatest Moments in STAPLES Center History

03/26/2014

Discover Los Angeles

Since its opening, STAPLES Center has been the site of Lakers and Sparks championships, the Kings Stanley Cup, and thousands of memorable concerts and special events. Read on for some of the greatest moments in STAPLES Center history.

The Best Restaurants in Downtown Los Angeles

03/24/2014

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In its January 2014 issue, GQ Magazine called Downtown Los Angeles “America’s Next Great City” and “the coolest new downtown in America.” Downtown L.A. has certainly come a long way in recent years. There were great places to eat in Downtown before its current renaissance, but the choices were limited. That's no longer the case, as acclaimed chefs and visionary restaurateurs have created a thriving dining scene in Downtown L.A. With so many restaurants opening in Downtown, deciding where to eat can be a tough choice. Read on for a guide to Downtown L.A.’s newer restaurants and classic dining spots.

Feb. 13-22: SKYLINE 2014

02/13/2014

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SKYLINE 2014 is a free architecture and art event that showcases experimental and interactive installations that embrace LA's ever-evolving cultural landscape. SKYLINE takes place in Downtown LA from Thursday, Feb. 13 to Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014.

Hidden Gems in Downtown Los Angeles

10/24/2013

Esther Tseng

Downtown Los Angeles has undergone a revitalization the past several years, growing beyond the city's business center to becoming a cluster of various neighborhoods with their own distinct personalities. From the Arts District to the Historic Core, and Chinatown to South Park, every enclave makes Downtown rich with culture and opportunity. Check out a few of the lesser-known attractions, which highlight the best of Downtown's history, its exciting present and bright future.

My LA to Z: Wendy Malick

08/19/2013

Los Angeles Magazine

Interviewed by Christina Wolfgram

Far less dramatic than the soap opera has-been she plays on TV Land's "Hot in Cleveland," the down-to-earth actress talks about her love of live theater and where to find a touch of New York in Los Angeles.

Discover Downtown Los Angeles Car Free

04/11/2013

Discover Los Angeles

Downtown Los Angeles is home to some of the city’s most famous cultural attractions, from “the world’s shortest railway” to iconic architecture and historic museums. Here’s a car free tour of Downtown L.A. that will fully immerse visitors in the heart of this spectacular metropolis.

This full-day itinerary takes approximately six to eight hours if all stops are visited. Skip stops if you are running low on time, or want to spend more time enjoying a particular point of interest. For those who include the optional Exposition Park tour, this itinerary may be expanded to two days, in order to fully experience every museum.

Recommended Methods of Travel: Walking, Metro
Total Distance: 1.5 miles. Distance Walking: .75 miles.

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