Beach Cities / LAX (77)

Peking duck pizza at Night + Market Sahm

What to Eat Now in Venice Beach

04/23/2018

Joshua Lurie

Venice Beach is patterned after Venice, Italy, and both places have a system of canals. That said, you wouldn’t find nearly as many skaters, street art, or palm trees in the Italian city. Venice Beach has developed four different zones that all have their draws, including trendy Abbot Kinney, funky Oceanfront Walk, a section south of the canals by Marina del Rey, and an increasingly vital stretch of long-gritty Lincoln Boulevard. Discover five of Venice’s best dishes that cover different cuisines and span the key neighborhoods.

Automated People Mover (APM) and Theme Building at LAX

Los Angeles World Airports Announces LINXS as Recommended Developer of LAX Automated People Mover

02/17/2018

Discover Los Angeles

LINXS' proposal had the highest technical score and the lowest cost proposal of the three teams that participated in the procurement process. LAWA will present a 30-year contract valued at approximately $4.5 billion to the BOAC and City Council for approval. The contract includes milestone payments for the design and construction phases, as well as authorizes future payments for operating and maintaining the APM for the contract period.

The Best Beaches in Los Angeles

10/11/2017

Discover Los Angeles

Los Angeles is the best city to experience the quintessential endless summer in Southern California. We rounded up eight of the best beaches in L.A., from Malibu to the South Bay.

Fireworks at Battleship IOWA during L.A. Fleet Week

The Guide to L.A. Fleet Week at the L.A. Waterfront

08/31/2017

Discover Los Angeles

L.A. Fleet Week® is a celebration of U.S. armed forces at the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro. The four-day festival will host active military ships along the L.A. Waterfront and feature public ship tours, military exhibits, aerial demos, live music and entertainment, food and fireworks, educational programs, and more.

Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles

Shops Ahoy! The Guide to Shopping in San Pedro

08/22/2017

Discover Los Angeles

Since 1821, when this then-Mexican harbor town opened to foreign trade, San Pedro has been a hotbed of shops fulfilling the material needs of travelers, sailors and locals. Today, its relaxed, working class atmosphere is an interesting contrast to some of its more affluent neighbors. From the bustling L.A. Waterfront to the fast-changing Downtown shopping and arts district, San Pedro's small, locally owned businesses still rule the scene. Friendly store owners will tell you their history while helping you find the perfect purchase. Read on for some of the best places for apparel, accessories, and recreational gear in town.

Pages