A Three-Day Los Angeles Itinerary for Art Lovers

03/12/2014

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The thriving Los Angeles arts scene could fill a lifetime, and for visitors that experience begins with the Public Art and Exhibitions Program at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Just have a few days? Not to worry. That’s enough time to get immersed in plenty of culture, from classic to contemporary art, music, dance and cuisine.

Los Angeles Weekend Events: March 7-9, 2014

03/06/2014

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For more events happening throughout LA, be sure to check out our exclusive Events Calendar. Read More

Top Ten Things You Must Do in Los Angeles

03/05/2014

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Los Angeles offers endless options for memorable experiences for visitors and locals alike. Whether it’s visiting a quiet museum, or attending a boisterous ball game, there are always interesting attractions and exciting events taking place throughout L.A. Read on for ten iconic activities that you must do when you’re in Los Angeles.

Los Angeles Weekend Events: Feb. 21-23, 2014

02/21/2014

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From “the World’s First and Only Heavy Metal Mariachi Band,” to International Space Station Day and a pork-wine-bourbon extravaganza, we’ve gathered five of the best events taking place in Los Angeles from Friday, Feb. 21 to Sunday, Feb. 23, 2014.

Los Angeles Weekend Events: Feb. 14-16, 2014

02/14/2014

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From a Speed Dating party, to Paul Simon and Sting, and the world’s first interactive live stream of an opera, we’ve gathered five of the best events taking place in Los Angeles from Friday, Feb. 14 to Sunday, Feb. 16, 2014. 

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.

Love Hurts: Heartache, Jealousy, Sadness & Tragedy at LACMA

02/11/2014

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Artists have depicted everything from love and lust to heartache, jealousy, sadness, and tragedy. The following works of art are all currently on view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)in Gallery 305 on the third floor of the Ahmanson Building.

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