River Rock at Sportsmen's Lodge

Hidden Gems in Studio City

10/27/2014

Esther Tseng

Formerly known as Laurelwood, Studio City is located on the north slope of the Santa Monica Mountains. It was part of the Rancho Ex-Mission San Fernando, a Mexican land grant, and named after the area's studio lot, opened by Mack Sennett in 1927. That studio is now known as CBS Studio Center. As a community that was born out of the entertainment industry, Studio City is regarded as the "Jewel of the Valley," attracting actors, musicians, and writers and serving as a hub of the San Fernando Valley and a gateway to the Westside and Hollywood. Read on and discover hidden gems in Studio City that are worth checking out.

Blue-Beary Buckwheat Pancake at M Café de Chaya

The Best Kids Menus at Los Angeles Restaurants

10/23/2014

Leslee Komaiko

With fast food offering a constant temptation, it can be difficult for busy parents to find good options for their kids when the family is dining out. Plenty of restaurants offer kids menus, but most of them feature typical items like macaroni and cheese, hot dogs and grilled cheese. In a welcome trend, Los Angeles restaurants are putting extra thought into their menus for the younger set. Read on for a dozen L.A. restaurants that feature great kids menus.

New Automated Passport Control Kiosks at LAX

10/23/2014

Discover Los Angeles

In September 2014, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) unveiled 40 new Automated Passport Control (APC) kiosks to expedite the entry process for international passengers arriving at Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT). 

Elevators at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel

Go On Location: Los Angeles Hotels Featured in Film and Television

10/22/2014

Lindsay Blake

Everyone who comes to Hollywood wants to see a star. What many visitors don’t realize is that the hotels they check into are stars in and of themselves. In fact, many L.A. hotels boast a resume that would be the envy of most actors. Read on for a guide to Los Angeles hotels that have been immortalized on screen, along with the productions that made them famous.

Octopus taco at Petty Cash

The Best Tacos in Los Angeles

10/16/2014

Javier Cabral

The taco is the perfect food, often made with a nutritious whole grain corn tortilla base and an incredible range of regional ingredients and unique textures. You can eat tacos regularly and never get bored of them. There’s no better city in the United States to enjoy tacos than Los Angeles - the taco motherland is just two and a half hours away, and L.A. has the second-largest population of Mexicans after Mexico City. The taco is finally getting the respect that it deserves, and is being taken as seriously as a good pasta. Read our guide to some of the best tacos in L.A., and discover a little bit of this Mexican staple food’s vast nuances. ¡Provecho!

Dancers at Mariachi Plaza Festival

Latino Holiday Celebrations and Festivals in Los Angeles

10/15/2014

Discover Los Angeles

From the earliest days of historic Los Angeles to the modern age, Latin American culture has played a significant role in shaping the City of Angels. L.A.'s rich Latino heritage is celebrated throughout the year with traditional Mexican holidays and festive events. Read on for a guide to Latin American holiday celebrations and festivals in Los Angeles.

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