Rendering of Nordstrom Westfield Century City

Discover the New Westfield Century City


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This fall, Westfield Century City has emerged from a $1-billion makeover as a 1.3 million square-foot destination with over 200 shops and restaurants, including a new Nordstrom, a completely remodeled Bloomingdale's, a modern new Macy's, a luxurious Equinox fitness club and spa, and the West Coast's first Eataly.

Café Tacvba at the Hollywood Bowl for Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA

Experience the Music of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA


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Led by the Getty, Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA involves more than 70 Southern California cultural institutions, from Los Angeles to Palm Springs, and Santa Barbara to San Diego, participating in a vibrant and diverse array of exhibitions, public events and performances that explore Latin American and Latino art.

A global roster of acclaimed artists will be performing during PST: LA/LA at some of L.A.'s top cultural attractions, including “CDMX: Music From Mexico City” at Walt Disney Concert Hall, "Off the 405" at the Getty Center, and the Hammer Museum. Read on for Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA music events taking place in Los Angeles throughout October.

City Hall with colors of the Italian flag

Celebrate Italian American Heritage Month in Los Angeles


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Every year the President of the United States signs an executive order designating the month of October as National Italian American Heritage Month. The proclamation is in recognition of the many achievements, contributions, and successes of Americans of Italian descent as well as Italians in America.

For generations, Italians and Italian Americans have played an integral role in the story of Los Angeles. Today, L.A. is home to the fifth-largest Italian population in the country. Read on for Italian American Heritage Month events in Los Angeles.

Fly Fishing the L.A. River


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Described as "the original source of life for the City of Los Angeles," the L.A. River flows 51 miles from the San Fernando Valley through Downtown L.A. and south to Long Beach and the Pacific Ocean. Matus Sobolic has been fly fishing the L.A. River for five years. A resident of Altadena, Sobolic work for Stone Distribution and is a fishing ambassador for Redington. "The L.A. River has been my home away from home for years now," says Sobolic. "A place I can escape to, and even though it's in the heart of the City, it's surprisingly calm and peaceful. It is by far the closest place to get into the largest fish in the Los Angeles area."