Rendering of American Airlines LAX Terminal exterior

American Airlines & LAWA Break Ground on $1.6 Billion Renovation of LAX Terminals 4 & 5

10/18/2018

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On October 17, 2018, American Airlines and Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) officially broke ground on a $1.6 billion modernization project to fully reimagine Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Terminals 4 and 5. The project marks American’s largest individual investment at an airport in its 92-year history, and reaffirms the airline’s commitment to Los Angeles.

Liberty Larsen at Black Rabbit Rose

What’s Your Sign? An Astrological Los Angeles Experience Scorpio

10/16/2018

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One of the most gossiped-about signs of the zodiac, Scorpio (October 23 - November 21) has a weird, intense rep that is not entirely unearned. Lovers of mystery, mystification, and mist in general, Scorpios look for mind games with high emotional stakes and magic, both real and the parlor kind.

Passion “Side Up” at Commonwealth Restaurant

The Top 5 Dishes in Burbank

10/15/2018

Joshua Lurie

Burbank is now best known for movie and TV studios from companies like Warner Bros. and Walt Disney, but the city’s modern development can be traced to a dentist. Dr. David Burbank accumulated significant land holdings in the area and made a fortune by selling his ranch to a consortium called Providencia Land, Water and Development Company in 1886. Residents later incorporated Burbank in 1911. The city remains famous for producing globally beloved content and bills itself as “Media Capital of the World.” Of course, all of these creative types - and Burbank residents who don’t work in the entertainment industry - crave good food. Discover five of Burbank’s best dishes.

Tolucan green chorizo tacos at The Chori-Man

Get to Know The Chori-Man

10/10/2018

Karen Young

Connoisseurs tout The Chori-Man as the finest handmade Mexican chorizo in Los Angeles, making it a must stop on the dineL.A. Taco Trek.

Shrimp fajitas at San Pedro Fish Market

The Top 5 Dishes in San Pedro

10/09/2018

Joshua Lurie

San Pedro has some of L.A. County’s richest history. Portuguese explorers first set eyes on the waterfront community in 1542. More than two centuries later, Spanish settlers took hold. The Port of Los Angeles has been in operation for over a century and played a key role in America’s shipbuilding efforts during World War II. The Port currently ships the highest percentage of cargo of any port in North America. San Pedro was also the setting for a Don Draper storyline on “Mad Men.” Depending on the block, San Pedro still feels that retro. The 12-square-mile span on the end of a peninsula retains a wealth of old world charmers while welcoming flavorful newcomers. Start with these five dishes.

Elvis Crespo live at The Conga Room

Discover the Best Live Latin Music in Los Angeles

10/09/2018

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Given the diversity of our city, looking for venues where Latin music in the wider sense is offered means looking at nearly every general venue in the city, especially for acts that bring in massive audiences. These days you won’t find Mexican norteño supergroup Los Tigres del Norte at a Latin-only club—they recently headlined the Hollywood Bowl. Likewise, Rock en Español stars Café Tacvba play classic rock mecca the Troubadour; '60s nostalgia packages headlined by Argentine-Mexican crooner Leo Dan pack the Dolby Theatre in the heart of Hollywood; DTLA’s Microsoft Theater books any big-ticket Latin act from romantico singer-songwriter Ricardo Arjona to the Reggaeton Kings; and pop reggaeton sensations like Ozuna can commandeer The Forum in Inglewood. Brazilian acts of all types also constantly play the mainstream venues.

So besides the venues below, if you’re looking for “live Latin music in Los Angeles” you should really check the calendars of every major L.A. music spot. After all, Latin music is Los Angeles music (and vice versa).

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