September 2012 (65)

Top Juice Bars in Los Angeles

09/10/2012

Joshua Lurie

“Juicing” is something that gets certain professional athletes in hot water, but for a long time the verb has had a very different meaning in Los Angeles, where words like “cold pressed,” “organic” and “market driven” have helped to revitalize the healthy genre in the past two years.

Disability Access on Metro

09/10/2012

Discover Los Angeles

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority (Metro) strives to ensure that its services (including over 200 bus and rail routes) are fully accessible to all of its riders, including those with disabilities.

Family-Friendly Hotels in LA

09/10/2012

Discover Los Angeles

As the entertainment capital of the world, there is no shortage of hotels that accommodate family-friendly experiences. From the Valley to Santa Monica, your next family stay in Los Angeles is sure to be memorable for you and your kids.

Budget Hotels in Los Angeles

09/10/2012

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Yes, budget hotels in Los Angeles do exist. And with today’s economy, a cheap hotel in LA is a good hotel. These top picks offer everything from a hidden find in a prime location or a surprising number of amenities.

Skateparks in Los Angeles

09/10/2012

Discover Los Angeles

Skateparks in Los Angeles became part of L.A. culture when surfing legend Hobie Alter created Hobie Skateboards in the 1960s. Shortly after, places like Venice Beach were deemed major skate destinations, appearing in numerous skate videos.

Pedal Power: Bicycling in Los Angeles

09/10/2012

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Los Angeles may be synonymous with car culture, but a steadily growing number of bicyclists are claiming their own chunk of the road and forming a vocal subculture in the process.

Los Angeles is Hoops Heaven

09/10/2012

Discover Los Angeles

While folks in Indiana, North Carolina, New York or even, ahem, Boston may beg to differ, Los Angeles has a number of reasons to call itself the basketball capital of the world.

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