October 2012 (191)

100 Free Things to Do in Los Angeles: Free Activities

10/12/2012

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Free activities here and free activities there! Wherever you look, L.A.'s got your budget covered. The first installment of 100 free things to do in Los Angeles is to get out there and do stuff. So what are you waiting for? Discover L.A. today.

100 Free Things to Do in Los Angeles: Free Summer Concerts

10/12/2012

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In Los Angeles, summer means that free outdoor concerts are in full force, beckoning visitors to get outside and enjoy LA’s thriving music scene. From blowout shows to Sunday afternoons in the park, the following free events in Los Angeles will keep you tapping your feet. So get out there, enjoy the weather and tune into the music.

100 Free Things to Do in Los Angeles: Free Museums

10/12/2012

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When it comes to Los Angeles museums, the words “free admission” have a certain ring. Imagine standing before a priceless van Gogh without having paid a dime, or strolling through the galleries and gardens filled with Roman statuary at the renowned Getty Villa without having to “make the most out of your money.” Artistic "free"-dom indeed.

Take the Family for a Ride

10/12/2012

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From carousels to horses and railroads both big and small, Los Angeles offers the entire family a variety of ways to take a ride together.

Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels interior

Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels

10/12/2012

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Sometimes, buildings are more than just functional places where people seek shelter or gather for events. When everything comes together just right, they serve as places of community and worship, sacred spaces where the spiritual journey is brought to life. The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels is one of L.A.'s most innovative buildings, able to inspire visitors with its warm, inviting interior, perfect for introspection. Outside, blunt, asymmetrical walls stretch the definition of a cathedral, challenging visitors to rethink their ideas about sacred buildings.

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