Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood

Get Ready for the Scariest Halloween Horror Nights Ever

09/13/2017

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This year's Halloween Horror Nights features more mazes than ever, with eight terrifying experiences based on iconic films and acclaimed TV series, including "American Horror Story: Roanoke," Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining," and "Ash vs Evil Dead."

"Octopus Frontlet" from "Golden Kingdoms: Luxury and Legacy in the Ancient Americas" at the Getty Center

Celebrate the Launch of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA

09/05/2017

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Celebrate the launch of "Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA," an extraordinary collaboration with more than 70 Southern California cultural institutions participating in a vibrant and diverse array of exhibitions, public events and performances that explore Latin American and Latino art.

Metro Bike Share at Battleship IOWA

The Best Labor Day Weekend Events in Los Angeles

08/21/2017

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Celebrated on the first Monday in September, Labor Day marks the unofficial end of summer. In Los Angeles, the three-day holiday weekend is packed with great events across the city. From concerts to festivals, parties and college football, read on for our guide to the best events happening in L.A. on Labor Day Weekend.

CicLAvia Culver City Meets Venice 2017

Top 10 Things You Need to Do in L.A. Before Summer Ends

07/27/2017

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Los Angeles is the home of the "Endless Summer," but with Labor Day fast approaching that means some of the city's most popular summertime activities are winding down. Not to worry, though - there's still plenty to do this month. From concerts to cultural festivals and sporting events, our guide will help you make the most of the final weeks of summer.

Japanese Garden at the Huntington Library.

Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in Los Angeles

05/03/2017

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The Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) is presenting special events across Los Angeles in honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. This celebration honors the people rooted in the diverse cultures of the Pacific Rim and the vast Asian continent. The history, culture, and traditions of this region enrich our city and the many Angelenos who trace their origins from East Asia, Southeast Asia, South Asia, Australia, Papua New Guinea, and the Pacific Islands.

Read on for highlights of the numerous festivals, musical events, theatrical performances, films, poetry readings, and cultural activities taking place in neighborhoods throughout the city. For the full calendar of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month events, visit the DCA website.

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