listography (8)

David Greenwald's Los Angeles


David Greenwald

David Greenwald is a Los Angeles journalist who contributes to Billboard, Rolling Stone and MTV. He's documented the local music scene and beyond since 2005 on his own site, Rawkblog. These are his picks for the best spots in L.A. to discover new music.

The Scenestar's Los Angeles


Oscar Rangel

Los Angeles is lucky to be one of the music capitals of the world, and musicians -- both popular and obscure -- often perform here. As a result, the city’s music venues are an eclectic mix, ranging from those by the beach to a Hollywood cemetery. These are the venues that any music lover visiting Los Angeles should check out on their trip.

Gustavo Dudamel's Los Angeles


Gustavo Dudamel

World-renowned conductor Gustavo Dudamel, Music Director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, shares his favorite places to spend a day in L.A. when he leaves the stage.

Allie Mac Kay's Los Angeles


Allie Mac Kay

Los Angeles native Allie Mac Kay helps Angelenos start their day right on the KTLA Morning News. Here are Allie's picks for entertainment, cheap eats... and even a death-themed tour.

Bob Santelli's Los Angeles


Bob Santelli

Bob Santelli, Executive Director of the GRAMMY Museum and noted blues and rock historian, shares his favorite places to catch a concert, cheer on the home team and ride the waves.

My L.A. to Z: Meat Loaf


Los Angeles Magazine

Born Marvin Lee Aday, the Malibu-based singer has been rocking for 46 years and isn’t slowing down. When he isn’t on the road, you can catch Meat Loaf eating chicken picatta, shopping at Whole Foods, or enjoying a walk with his wife and dogs.

My L.A. to Z: Alison Sweeney


Los Angeles Magazine

Interviewed by Fatima Rizwan

When Alison Sweeney isn’t hosting The Biggest Loser, starring in Days of Our Lives, or spending time with her children, she’s getting a “badass” workout. The spokesperson for Yoplait Light lists her favorite places to do all of the above.

My L.A. to Z: Thomas Jane


Los Angeles Magazine

The actor, who nabbed a Golden Globe nom for his turn as school teacher-turned male prostitute Ray Drecker on Hung, tells us where he goes on a date, shops for brain food, and where to find the best ceviche in town.