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Burro on Abbot Kinney in Venice

The Guide to Shopping Abbot Kinney in Venice

05/24/2016

Stephanie Wenger

If you are searching for a truly eclectic shopping experience, look no further than Abbot Kinney Boulevard in Venice. This bustling district, which stretches from Venice Boulevard to Pacific Avenue, is a popular destination for Boho chic shoppers. Dubbed "the coolest block in America" by GQ, Abbot Kinney is home to one-of-kind local goods as well as internationally recognized brands. Shoppers in the know come to Abbot Kinney on the first Friday night of each month for a unique shopping experience. During Abbot Kinney First Fridays, the boulevard becomes a street festival filled with live music, food trucks and more. But you can visit Abbot Kinney any day for a memorable shopping experience.

Grilled Porterhouse at STK Los Angeles

Great Places to Eat Near UCLA

11/20/2015

Joshua Lurie

Westwood Village now offers plenty of interesting dining options. You’ll also find great Persian food and some modern restaurants south of Wilshire, but for the purposes of this story, we’re sticking north of Wilshire in Westwood Village. Learn about 14 of our favorite area restaurants, most of which are within walking distance of UCLA’s campus.

“Planet of Life” from “LIFE: A Journey Through Time” at Annenberg Space for Photography

"LIFE: A Journey Through Time" at Annenberg Space for Photography

10/28/2015

Discover Los Angeles

"We are delighted to bring the majestic work of Frans Lanting to the Annenberg Space for Photography," said Wallis Annenberg, Chairman of the Board, President and CEO of the Annenberg Foundation. "Lanting's photographic journey combines provocative storytelling with new scientific insights. His seemingly omnipotent ability to look at situations in the natural world provides us with, to quote Lanting, 'a window into its past.'"

Pilipili Burger, Sassy Wahine and ‘Alekina Burger at Pono Burger

dineL.A. Restaurant Week Spotlight: Westside

07/21/2015

Discover Los Angeles

The Westside is one of L.A.’s top regions, home to world-class cultural attractions, must-see events, acclaimed hotels and a wide range of multicultural restaurants. One of the best ways to discover the vibrant Westside dining scene is during Restaurant Week. Read on for selected Westside restaurants that are participating, as well as events and hotels that will make your dining experience even more memorable.

Blue Plate on Montana Avenue in Santa Monica

The Guide to Montana Avenue in Santa Monica

06/15/2015

Stephanie Wenger

Just up the road from the scenic Santa Monica coastline, Montana Avenue provides a relaxed atmosphere for a fun day of shopping and dining. The area that stretches from 7th to 17th Street is home to more than 150 stores and restaurants. From unique home boutiques to high-end cosmetic stores, there is bound to be something that you will love on Montana Avenue. This is a one-stop destination for everyone in the family from babies on up. Before leaving, don’t forget to stop at one of the delicious restaurants in the area, serving everything from tasty burgers to unforgettable treats.

Shopaholic Sample Sales

The Guide to Shopping on West 3rd Street in Los Angeles

04/20/2015

Gabrielle Olya

Whether you’re looking for a unique vintage find, a little bit of luxury, or a one-of-a-kind gift, you’re sure to satisfy your shopping needs along L.A.’s West 3rd Street. The walkable shopping district is full of stores you won’t find at the local mall, accommodating a range of budgets and styles. Read on for our guide to shopping on West 3rd Street.

Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City

Discover Culver City Car Free

04/06/2015

Esther Tseng

First incorporated by Harry Culver in 1917, Culver City began as an incubator for the film industry in the early 20th century, when Hal Roach and MGM Studios built their studios. The Hughes Aircraft Company opened its plant in Culver City in 1941, as seen in Martin Scorsese’s “The Aviator.” Discover the Culver City of today during its renaissance as a destination for art, dining, theatre and more. Thanks to the ongoing expansion of the Metro Expo Line, the neighborhood can be easily explored without driving a car. Step into one of L.A.'s most walkable neighborhoods and experience the best of Culver City.

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