Guinness Ice Cream Sandwich at The Morrison

The Best Dishes with Guinness in Los Angeles

03/12/2015

Esther Tseng

Erin go bragh! There's no better time than St. Patrick's Day to toast with a pint of Guinness, the best selling alcoholic drink in Ireland and a liquid tradition that dates back to the late 1700s. But what about celebrating the Feast of St. Patrick with an actual feast that features the world's most famous dry stout? Quite a few places around L.A. have incorporated the beloved beer in their kitchens. Read on to find out some of the best dishes in Los Angeles that feature Guinness in their recipes.

News & Notes - March 2015

03/12/2015

Discover Los Angeles

More than 30 of L.A.’s leading museums and performing arts groups will be featured in L.A. Tourism’s annual multiplatform cultural tourism marketing campaign April 6-May 17. Visitors who book a minimum of one night at an L.A. hotel will receive vouchers for admission discounts up to 50% for two adults as well as special offers at museum stores.

Visitors will have the opportunity to sample the best of L.A.’s cultural offerings in art, dance, history, music and science —from the Annenberg Space for Photography to the Zoo.  Now in its seventh year, the campaign (formerly known as Discover the Arts in Los Angeles) has been renamed Culture LA: Find What Moves You to better capture the diversity of L.A.’s cultural destinations.

Participating institutions in the 2015 campaign are:Annenberg Space for Photography; Aquarium of the Pacific; Autry National Center; Battleship IOWA; California Science Center; Craft & Folk Art Museum; East West Players; Fowler Museum at UCLA; Geffen Playhouse; Getty Center & Getty Villa; Hollywood Museum; Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens; Japanese American National Museum; LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes; LA Stage Alliance; Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra; LACMA; Los Angeles Master Chorale; Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust; Los Angeles Zoo & Botanical Gardens; Music Center; Museum of Latin American Art; Museum of Tolerance; NoHo Arts District; Skirball Cultural Center; Ronald Reagan Presidential Library; USC Pacific Asia Museum; Valley Performing Arts Center, and Zimmer Children’s Museum.

For more information, visit discoverLosAngeles.com/cultureLA.

LA Marathon finish line in Santa Monica

Mapping the LA Marathon: Famous Attractions Along the Route

03/09/2015

Discover Los Angeles

"From the Stadium to the Sea," the Los Angeles Marathon goes through iconic Los Angeles neighborhoods and runs adjacent to popular landmarks and attractions. This year's LA Marathon will be held on Sunday, March 15, 2015. The 26-mile course has several course markers, including Hollywood, Rodeo Drive and the Walt Disney Concert Hall. Runners who are visiting L.A. can have the opportunity to visit some great sites once the race is over. Each course marker is near a great location for sightseeing, shopping and entertainment. Here are the most popular sites next to course markers of the LA Marathon.

For more information, read our guide to the 2015 LA Marathon.

Things to Do on Hollywood Boulevard - Hollywood Boulevard Attractions

Famous Attractions on Hollywood Boulevard

03/05/2015

Discover Los Angeles

Hollywood Boulevard is a Los Angeles cultural icon, with museums, landmarks and other attractions that celebrate L.A.’s rich film and entertainment heritage. You can see the footprints of the stars at the TCL Chinese Theatre, see the stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, do some serious shopping at Hollywood & Highland, or visit the famous Hollywood Wax Museum. Along its stretch from Highland Avenue to Orange Drive, you can find a day’s worth of activities that will give you a true Hollywood experience. You never know who you'll run into! Arnold Schwarzenegger recently shocked fans by making an appearance at Madame Tussauds Hollywood. Watch what happened below.

Scallops at Saint Martha in Koreatown

The Best Non-Korean Restaurants in Koreatown

03/04/2015

Joshua Lurie

By now, it should be clear that Koreatown features the most compelling collection of Korean restaurants outside of the motherland. However, people may not know that restaurateurs carrying flags for other cuisines are flocking to the neighborhood. Learn about 10 of the best non-Korean dining options in Koreatown.

Gerhard Marcks - “Maja” in the Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden

A Walking Tour of Westwood

03/02/2015

Esther Tseng

Located on the Westside of Los Angeles, Westwood is a commercial and residential neighborhood that’s bordered by Beverly Hills to the east and Century City on the southeast. Westwood was initially developed in 1919 by Arthur Letts, the founder of the Broadway and Bullock's department stores. Developed in 1929 by Janss Investment Company, Westwood Village is a shopping and commercial district in the heart of Westwood, home to cultural attractions like the Hammer Museum and Geffen Playhouse. The campus of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) is just north of Westwood Village. Read on for a walking tour of some of the can't-miss spots in Westwood.

Max Karaoke Studio

The Best Karaoke Spots in Los Angeles

03/02/2015

Discover Los Angeles

Whether you’re the next big star or a nervous newbie, Los Angeles has the perfect karaoke stage for you! From Downtown to Koreatown and the Westside, sing your heart out at these fun karaoke spots.

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