Doc Brown's van from "Back to the Future"

Go Back to the Future in L.A. With These Film Locations

10/19/2015

Oshin Aivazian

When you're in Los Angeles, you don't have to go far to go Back to the Future. You can time travel back to "Hill Valley" in 1985 and 1955, just by exploring some of L.A.'s neighborhoods. Read on and discover film locations from the iconic 1980s movie that can be found in or around Los Angeles.

Back to the Future Day

Celebrate Back to the Future Day at Los Angeles Theaters

10/19/2015

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For Back to the Future fans, the future has finally arrived. Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015, is the day that Marty McFly (played by Michael J. Fox) time travels to the future in Back to the Future Part II, directed by Robert Zemeckis and released by Universal Pictures in November 1989. To celebrate Back to the Future Day, theaters across the country are showing the entire movie trilogy. Many of the screenings will start at 4:29 p.m., which every BTTF fan knows is the exact time that Marty arrives in the future on Oct. 21, 2015.

Besides the screenings, other tributes include a Universal trailer for Jaws 19 (seen on a movie theater marquee in the future), a Hoverboard commercial and Pepsi Perfect, which Marty orders at an 80s-themed diner in the future and is being sold online in limited quantities starting Oct. 21.

Adam Lambert performs at the 2015 Attitude Awards

Adam Lambert Wins 2015 Attitude Music Award / International Album Award, Sponsored by Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board

10/16/2015

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Lambert’s second album, Trespassing was released in May 2012 and debuted at Number One on the Billboard 200 chart, making him the first openly gay artist to do so in history. Lambert, who lives in L.A. and recently finished touring with Queen, released The Original High in June 2015. According to Attitude Magazine, the album “mixes pop, rock, dance and electro to dazzling effect.”

Boat noodle soup at Sapp Coffee Shop

The Best Restaurants in Thai Town

10/16/2015

Joshua Lurie

Thai Town technically encompasses Hollywood Boulevard between Normandie and Western Avenues, and the neighborhood officially came to be in 1999, but plenty of enticing dining options fall just beyond those borders. Learn about 15 of the better dining options within (and just beyond) Thai Town’s borders.

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