The Millennium Biltmore is a classically elegant hotel that tourists love to visit during trips to Los Angeles. It has hosted countless celebrity events throughout the decades, but one lovely young lady from Massachusetts who checked her bags into the hotel, Beth Short, was murdered before ever becoming a famous actress whose photos would appear [...]
When the rodeo comes to town, the Western spirit is always near in Hesperia, California. Mojave Indians, Spanish settlers and the westward travelers of the Mormon Trail, all have passed through Hesperia…and many have stayed to enjoy the unique landscape, community spirit, activities and events. Located in San Bernardino County 90 minutes from Los Angeles [...]
Good news for fans of a new Los Angeles sensation! Fountain Theatre’s hit production has continued to be sold out, so the show just keeps getting extended. The Ballad of Emmett Till has received rave reviews in its West Coast premiere at the Fountain, so if you want tickets, try to get them now before [...]
Kate Burton IS W. Somerset Maugham’s “THE CONSTANT WIFE” in a most unique stage production. At this performance you’ll watch talented actors perform for radio. Kate Burton, Stephen Collins, and John de Lancie head the cast when L.A. Theatre Works records The Constant Wife by W. Somerset Maugham.
Constance Middleton’s friends are dying to tell her [...]
LOS ANGELES – There were no Pinks Hot Dogs some 500 years ago in L.A. But on LA Heritage Day…Pinks Hot Dogs will be at Heritage Square with no wait!
The recorded history of Southern California goes back over 500 years. It takes the efforts of hundreds of organizations to uncover, preserve, document and interpret this substantial, complex [...]
A day at Getty Center is a day of inspiration. From the art, architecture and gardens to dining, shopping and special events, there is enough entertainment to fill a day, though most of us only stay a few hours due to time constraints. Five exhibition pavilions, plus the Getty Research Institute Exhibition Gallery comprise an [...]
As California entered the month of March in 2010, the threat of monstrous tsunami waves subsided and humans survived yet another threat from a natural disaster. That doesn’t mean that we are immune from complete extinction, however. We need only look back to another time and these same beaches and deserts to discover that larger [...]
After it rains at California’s beaches, there is a 72 hour water advisory issued, recommending all swimmers and surfers stay out of the ocean. In the past week, there were an additional 32 beaches receiving failing grades for their water quality issued in a report by Heal the Bay.
Alamitos Bay - 56th Place - on [...]
Is anyone NOT having a film festival this year? Wouldn’t you expect that in California, where the film industry is a part of the very fiber of art, culture, and lifestyle? But, of course! Palm Springs recently finished their film festival, to launch an incredible year filled with hot productions, award-winning stories, acting, and audience [...]
You can go eat your way through the LA Farmers Market, but for $49, a food tour introduces you to some “around the world” foods you might not otherwise check out. Oftentimes you’ll meet the owner, as well, in this 3.5 hour tour that travels on foot approx. 1 mile on flat ground, and stops [...]