June 2013 (3)

Hidden Gems in Pasadena

06/19/2013

Esther Tseng

Pasadena is a historical enclave of culture, education and athletics, a beautiful city filled with the riches of generations past and present. Visitors from near and far make their journey to Pasadena for a glimpse of the sweeping mountain landscapes, priceless art collections, archetypical Craftsman architecture, world-class education, research and athletic facilities.

We've got a list of hidden gems in Pasadena that will help you get a feel for the city while going off the beaten path. Whether you take an eating tour featuring lesser-known places, explore a secluded garden at The Huntington, or attend a show in Old Pasadena, we've got just the things for you to do.

Jennifer Lopez at the Hollywood Walk of Fame

The Guide to Spotting a Celebrity in L.A.

06/19/2013

Discover Los Angeles

Like swarms of bees searching for nectar, packs of celebrity-seeking paparazzi travel across Los Angeles day and night in search of that next buzzworthy shot. The encounter might be as ordinary as a celebrity buying groceries, or as rare as a global superstar having a romantic date night at the beach. Witnessing the paparazzi portion of the star-making cycle is an authentic L.A. experience.

The rich and famous may go to great lengths to protect their privacy, but the paparazzi have uncovered their favorite public haunts. If you’re eager for a celebrity sighting in Los Angeles, check out some of the best paparazzi star-stalking spots in the city.

Discover LGBT Los Angeles Car Free

06/04/2013

Discover Los Angeles

Los Angeles has a long history of acceptance and groundbreaking advancements in the LGBT movement, including the world’s first LGBT parade in 1970. LA’s vibrant and active LGBT community celebrates LA PRIDE in West Hollywood every June. In honor of LA PRIDE, Out & About Tours, Hollywood’s first and only gay tour company, has created an itinerary that explores Los Angeles through the lens of LA’s LGBT history. And to go even further against stereotypes, this exclusive tour is a car-free itinerary.

Recommended Methods of Travel: Metro Rail, Walking
Total Distance: 24.5 miles

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