The Scenestar's Los Angeles

12/03/2012

Oscar Rangel

Los Angeles is lucky to be one of the music capitals of the world, and musicians -- both popular and obscure -- often perform here. As a result, the city’s music venues are an eclectic mix, ranging from those by the beach to a Hollywood cemetery. These are the venues that any music lover visiting Los Angeles should check out on their trip.

Ten Gay Landmarks in Los Angeles

11/15/2012

Frontiers LA

Whether you're visiting Los Angeles or a local looking for an interesting afternoon out, here are 10 landmarks in one of the most historically relevant cities in the country for the gay and lesbian community.

Holiday Events at the Music Center

11/12/2012

Discover Los Angeles

From sing-alongs to the city’s largest holiday celebration, visitors can spend the entire season at the Music Center and never see the same event twice.

Gustavo Dudamel's Los Angeles

10/18/2012

Gustavo Dudamel

World-renowned conductor Gustavo Dudamel, Music Director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, shares his favorite places to spend a day in L.A. when he leaves the stage.

Downtown L.A. Art Walk: An Explosion of Urban Culture

10/17/2012

Discover Los Angeles

On the second Thursday of every month, something strange happens in Downtown L.A. It starts in the morning, when owners of L.A. art galleries begin to hustle around making last-minute preparations — adjusting lighting, getting a lineup of drinks ready, choosing music. Come nightfall, the historic core of Downtown L.A. comes alive with remarkable energy.

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