October 2012 (194)

Antiquing in Los Angeles

10/19/2012

Discover Los Angeles

As home to the rich and famous and with more museums than most cities, it’s no surprise that Los Angeles is an antique-lover’s paradise. Plus, with all the Hollywood movie set designers on the prowl for period pieces there has to be collectible shops galore.

Haut couture antiques from Marie Antoinette’s Paris to mid-century marvels and vintage comic books to aged costume jewelry, LA is packed with irresistible treasures – if you know where to look. So, here’s the scoop on some of the best antiquing spots in town.  

Los Angeles Shopping for Teenagers: Top Shops for Teens

10/19/2012

Discover Los Angeles

Few cities cater to the teenage shopper better than Los Angeles, especially when it comes to teens who know truly cool styles are hard to come by. Luckily, LA makes teen shopping easy. These stores and boutiques cater to fashions ranging from funky to vintage, perfect for the teen visitor who wants to go home with a look that’s uniquely LA, especially since pop culture icons like Miley Cyrus and Lauren Conrad have been spotted at many of these stores.

Favorite Local Shops in Los Angeles

10/19/2012

Discover Los Angeles

One of the greatest things about Los Angles are the natives — we’re hip, we’re diverse and we’re totally in love with LA. So when we decided to put together a list of favorite local shops, we went straight to the source: our Facebook fan page. Here’s a collection of responses from Angelenos, gathered with pride. We’ve even included brief descriptions of each pick. Have something you want to add? Check out the rest of the comments and leave your own.

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.

Comedy Clubs in Los Angeles

10/18/2012

Discover Los Angeles

LA comedy clubs are among the best and most legendary in the country. With national headliners such as Ben Bailey, Loni Love and Ralphie May making regular appearances, fans are always in for a night of sidesplitting laughter.

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