My LA to Z: Thomas Jane

10/01/2012

Los Angeles Magazine

The actor, who nabbed a Golden Globe nom for his turn as school teacher-turned male prostitute Ray Drecker on Hung, tells us where he goes on a date, shops for brain food, and where to find the best ceviche in town.

My LA to Z: Alison Sweeney

10/01/2012

Los Angeles Magazine

Interviewed by Fatima Rizwan

When Alison Sweeney isn’t hosting The Biggest Loser, starring in Days of Our Lives, or spending time with her children, she’s getting a “badass” workout. The new spokesperson for Yoplait Light lists her favorite places to do all of the above.

My LA to Z: Meat Loaf

10/01/2012

Los Angeles Magazine

Born Marvin Lee Aday, the Malibu-based singer has been rocking for 46 years and isn’t slowing down. When he isn’t on the road, you can catch Meat Loaf eating chicken picatta, shopping at Whole Foods, or enjoying a walk with his wife and dogs.

My LA to Z: Yvette Nicole Brown

10/01/2012

Los Angeles Magazine

Interviewed by Shayna Rose Arnold

The Studio City-based actress—she stars on Community on NBC—tells us where she gets her nails done, where she celebrates her birthday each year, and where she once sat next to Ryan Gosling.

My LA to Z: Stephen Moyer

10/01/2012

Los Angeles Magazine

Interviewed by Julia St. Pierre

The British actor who plays southern vampire Bill Compton on HBO’s True Blood admits his L.A. loves are mostly food-based or down on the coast. Catch him on the big screen in The Double.

Book a Hotel and Save $450 at 30 Museums

09/27/2012

Discover Los Angeles

Book a hotel on discoverLosAngeles.com and receive two free adult admissions and store discounts at 30 leading LA museums. Plus, when you book your hotel, you’ll receive a special AMTRAK offer – buy one adult rail fare and the second one is half price. Offer available on the San Joaquin® or Pacific Surfliner® to Los Angeles.

10 Fresh Budget-Conscious Ways to See Los Angeles

09/26/2012

Discover Los Angeles

If you’ve already checked out our popular “100 Free Things to Do” article, it might be time for another dose of both eco-friendly and budget-conscious ways to see Los Angeles. In the early days of the green revolution, people argued that going green was going to cost big bucks, but time has shown that living green keeps more, not less green in your pocket. So here are 10 more ideas to see LA without spending a lot of cash. Many of these recommendations are also ways to get outside and enjoy LA’s beautiful weather. Whatever you decide to do, these 10 ideas are great ways to see Los Angeles on a budget.