Ghost-Hunting in West Hollywood

10/21/2013

From film stars to mobsters, the cast of characters in West Hollywood has been legendary for decades. Some still linger, and with Halloween approaching, it's the perfect time to do a little ghost hunting.

The Best Places in Los Angeles for a Picnic

08/01/2013

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Thanks to its sun-splashed weather, Los Angeles is one of the best cities in the country to have a picnic at any time of the year. From cultural attractions and state parks to the zoo and even a cemetery, here are some of the best places in L.A. to gather your friends, spread out a blanket and have a picnic.

Brandon Boyd's Los Angeles

06/26/2013

Brandon Boyd

Brandon Boyd is a musician, visual artist, and native Californian. As the front man for the rock band Incubus, he has traveled all over the world, but calls Venice Beach his home. Brandon's upcoming projects include a solo project under the name "Sons of the Sea," and his third art book entitled "So The Echo." Check out his favorite spots to chow down, have fun and get outdoors.

The Guide to Eight Great Beaches in L.A.

06/19/2013

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Los Angeles is the best city to experience the quintessential endless summer in Southern California. We rounded up eight of the best beaches in LA, from Malibu to the South Bay.

The Guide to the Los Angeles Film Festival

05/28/2013

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Festival passes range from $250 for the Film Lovers Pass to $2,500 for the All Access Pass. Individual tickets are $13 for all regular screenings, conversations and talks; $20 for Gala Screenings and Nights at the GRAMMY Museum; and $5 for all Future Filmmaker Showcase screenings. BUY TICKETS

The Guide to Outdoor Movies in Los Angeles

05/20/2013

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For movie fans, the summer outdoor movie season in Los Angeles is the best of all worlds: classic films and modern hits are shown on a big screen under the stars, along with plenty of great food and drink. Gather your friends and enjoy hours of entertainment with our guide to L.A.’s outdoor movies.

The Guide to L.A.'s Griffith Park

05/13/2013

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Griffith Park is the tenth-largest municipally owned park in the United States and one of the largest urban parks in North America, spanning over 4,300 acres of land. Originally a part of the Spanish land grant, Rancho Los Feliz, the park was named for its former owner, “Colonel” Griffith J. Griffith, a Welsh industrialist and philanthropist. In 1896, Griffith bequeathed five square miles of his Rancho Los Feliz estate to the people of Los Angeles. Since Griffith's original gift, further donations of land, along with city purchases and the reversion of private land to public domain, have expanded Griffith Park to its present size. Read on to find out the best attractions and activities in Griffith Park.

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