El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument

The Guide to Latino Heritage Month in Los Angeles

08/19/2014

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Latino Heritage Month engages, inspires and highlights contributions made by the Latino community to our country, while connecting the multicultural communities of Los Angeles, one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the world. Read on for highlights of events taking place in L.A. during Latino Heritage Month.

Exterior of the Museum of Latin American Art

Discover the Museum of Latin American Art

08/19/2014

Wiebke Schuster

The Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) remains the only cultural institution in the country that is dedicated exclusively to presenting masterpieces by modern and contemporary Latin American artists.

My L.A. to Z: Minae Noji

08/15/2014

Los Angeles Magazine

The actress, who stars in the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie, talks putting on her game face, making a little magic, and DIY projects.

June 2014 Lodging Metrics

08/15/2014

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Los Angeles ranked 7th place among the Top 25 Markets with an Occupancy rate of 83.3%, up +0.6% compared to the same period last year (82.8%).

FEATURED MEMBERS: AUGUST 2014

08/14/2014

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Bagatelle Los Angeles redefines the Mediterranean dining experience through an exquisite menu and a beautifully designed space.  Located on La Cienega Blvd. in the heart of West Hollywood,  Bagatelle brings a new ‘joie de vivre’ to town, mirroring what could only be found in the South of France, until now…

NEWS & NOTES - AUGUST 2014

08/14/2014

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Register TODAY for LATCB’s 2nd Annual Market Outlook Forum, August 20 at the Los Angeles Convention Center to ensure your spot – only 50 seats remain! The LATCB Market Outlook Forum is the strategic forecasting conference for any business interested in capitalizing on L.A.’s record tourism growth. Los Angeles welcomed a record 42.2 million visitors from around the globe in 2013, making it one of the most-visited destinations in the U.S., and forecasts call for continued growth with 50 million visitors by 2020. This valuable event will help you prepare to welcome them and benefit from the tremendous anticipated growth in visitation. Hear the latest trends from industry experts, get the latest L.A. visitation forecasts and industry perspectives, learn what other successful businesses are doing at panel discussions, get the first look at LATCB’s sales and marketing plans for the year ahead, and get your Marketing and Planning Resource Book filled with L.A. market analysis, visitor profiles, spending habits and more, and learn how to participate in LATCB activities to maximize the value of your membership. 

$199 for LATCB Members. $249 for Non-Members.

Last year’s event sold out and space is limited.

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Words From Wooden - August 2014

08/14/2014

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Greetings,

Hope all of you are having a great summer. It certainly has been a busy summer for L.A.! In fact, for the first week of August, our hotel occupancy hit a staggering 93.6%

LATCB AT WORK – AUGUST 2014

08/14/2014

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LATCB’s international marketing department hosted a FAM tour (June 24-July 1) for team members from Imaginadora, LATCB’s newly appointed Brazil representatives. 

Shrimp pad thai at Siam Sunset

The Best Thai Restaurants in Los Angeles

08/14/2014

Clarissa Wei

The City of Angels has the largest Thai population outside of Thailand, so it’s no surprise that Thai food is in abundance around town. If you just want to wander, you should explore Thai Town, a six-block area centered along Hollywood Boulevard between Normandie and Western Avenue, where many of the city’s best Thai restaurants are located. From boat noodle specialists to spicy Southern Thai fare and fusion Thai food, there’s something for everyone. Read on for 10 of the best Thai restaurants in Los Angeles.

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