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Sports | Cycling

FROM INSIDE PELOTON: Eyes Open in Los Angeles - Peloton Magazine

6 hours, 5 stops, 27 miles Take the day off. There’s a whole world out there, which we generally miss every week on our lunch rides. More focused on getting in an hour-and-a-half of riding in at lunch, climbing our way back and forth between Strava segm

Entertainment | Music

The Bomboras - Lil' Drummer Boy (The Little Drummer Boy Surf Instrumental)

Available on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/swingin-singles/id511379176 From '' Swingin' Singles '' Label: Dionysus Records ‎-- ID123342 Format: C...

Miscellaneous | Interesting stories

The Story Of 'Whittier Blvd.,' A Song And Place Where Latino Youth Found Each Other

One of the first Chicano rock bands, Thee Midniters were often called East L.A.'s Beatles. Their instrumental track "Whittier Blvd." was a regional smash that pointed to a coming cultural movement.

Family & Parenting | Kids

19 Holiday Light Displays That Sparkle All Season

Get inspired by these lightacular homes and festive neighborhoods. The best places to see Christmas lights in the greater Los Angeles area.

Food & Drink | Bars/Restaurants/Venues

The Best Pizza in Los Angeles

In honor of National Pizza Day, we rounded up our favorite pizza shops in Los Angeles. Read on to see where to score the best slice.

Music | Music

Generation Sex (Steve Jones, Billy Idol, Paul Cook, Tony James) - Live at The Roxy 30 October 2018

Supergroup featuring Steve Jones and Paul Cook (Sex Pistols), Billy Idol and Tony James (Generation X). Live at the Roxy L.A. 30 October 2018. Video by Black...

Food & Drink | Food

Best Hamburger Spots for Los Angeles Kids

Wondering where to eat the best hamburgers with kids in Los Angeles? Try one of these places where you can find Los Angeles' best hamburgers.

Sports | Cycling

Los Angeles Is the Worst Bike City in America

While New York, Seattle, and San Francisco become friendlier cities for cyclists, Los Angeles is letting the cars win.

Music | Music

Alejandro Escovedo on what brought him back from the "depths of darkness" - CBS News

His new album, called "The Crossing," is an apt title for a man whose life has had many crossings of its own

Food & Drink | Food

The Best Ice Cream in Los Angeles

Some of Red Tricycle's favorite frozen treats around Los Angeles: Ice Cream, Fro-yo, Gelato...yum!

Family & Parenting | Kid's

What Every New LA Mom Needs to Know

All the resources you need to know (after having a baby) in Los Angeles.

Music | Music

The Go-Go’s Gave Us the Beat and So Much More

The new wave band, whose music is being celebrated in a Broadway musical, provided a blueprint for girl-powered groups. But the Go-Go’s weren’t always taken seriously.

Entertainment | The Hometown

48 Awesome Things To Do in L.A. This Weekend! (6-29-18 to 7-1-18)

This weekend, from Friday, June 29 to Sunday, July 1, features Roaring Nights at the LA Zoo, a Norton Simon's A Night in Focus, Summer Happenings at the Broad, Chinatown Summer Nights, a Pirate Invasion in Long Beach, a block party in Venice, and MUCH mor

Music | Music

Bad Brains (live concert) - November 22nd, 1986, Fender's Ballroom, Long Beach, CA

Bad Brains (live concert) - November 22nd, 1986, Fender's Ballroom, Long Beach, CA #PunkRock #LongBeach #80s

Music | Music

Benny the Jet Rodriguez - Run. Music Video [Official Music Video]

Benny the Jet Rodriguez - Run. Music Video [Official Music Video] #PunkRock #PopPunk #SanPedro

Music | Music

Toys That Kill-Stye

Toys That Kill-Stye #PunkRock #PopPunk #SanPedro

Music | Music

VALERIE JUNE - "Got Soul" (Live at JITV HQ in Los Angeles, CA 2017)

VALERIE JUNE - "Got Soul" (Live at JITV HQ in Los Angeles, CA 2017) #JAM... #IIndieRock #IndieFolk #LosAngeles #LA

Family & Parenting | Kids

Things to Do in Mar Vista with Kids

From coffee and bowling to farmer's markets and time travel trinkets, Mar Vista should be on your bucket list of places to visit with kids.

Music | Music

Bad Religion - Tv Appearance in 1980 (Full)

Bad Religion - Tv Appearance in 1980 (Full) #PunkRock #Politics #LosAngeles #LA

Food & Drink | LA Spots

The Best Themed Bars In Los Angeles

Sometimes you want to add an extra twist to a cocktail-infused evening. Whether you're looking for a blast from the past, or a futuristic gaming world, LA has you covered with its array of themed bars serving up endless entertainment. Join us with Ja

Music | Music

The Mr. T Experience at Rhino Records in Los Angeles 1990

The Mr. T Experience at Rhino Records in Los Angeles 1990 #PunkRock #90s ##LosAngeles #LA

Food & Drink | Food

The Best Ramen Bowls in Los Angeles | Discover Los Angeles | California

No matter where you are in L.A., there is always a very good bowl of ramen within reach. Read on to find out where to find comfort in this noodle-broth dynamo of a city.

Sports | Cycling

The Cub House

New location now open! Located just a few short blocks from our original shop... it's now sort of a bike shop but still @itsnotabikeshop

Food & Drink | Food

Stepping Back in Time at Rae’s – Palisades News

By Bob Vickrey Special to the Palisades News You’ve driven by it numerous times on Pico Boulevard, but like most Westsiders, you’ve probably never considered stopping for a meal at this old-fashion…

News | The News

How can a place with 58,000 homeless people continue to function?

From dirty streets to wildfires to viral outbreaks, homelessness impacts us all. There is no passing the buck.

Music | Music

Long Beach Trash-Punks The Thingz Have No Pretensions

It’s easy to take The Thingz for granted. The Long Beach garage-punk trio are humble, self-effacing musicians who are refreshingly free of rock-star attitude and lofty artistic pretensions. They tend to play $5 shows at local dives with little public fa

Sports | Paddle craft other than SUP

Outrigger Training Motivation - Danny Ching and Ryland Hart Video

Outrigger Training Motivation - Danny Ching, Ryland Hart are featured in this Hayden Ramler video of a recent training session in Southern California.

Music | Music

How L.A. Punks of the '80s and '90s Kept Neo-Nazis Out of Their Scene - Los Angeles Magazine

John Doe and other insiders from the era reflect on what worked then—and what we can learn today

Sports | Cycling

Hollywood Behind Handlebars - Los Angeles Magazine

Hitting the trail with yesteryear’s celebrity cyclists

Sports | Cycling

Live Coverage - Masters Worlds Track Cycling Championships in LA

Experience the UCI Masters World Championships at the VELO Sports Center! Registration open to men and women cyclists 35 years of age and older.

Food & Drink | Coffee

Long Beach Foodie Update: Commodity Pop-Up Adds to Coffee Scene (Vinegar Sodas Included) - longbeachize

Want to see all our Long Beach Foodie Updates? Click here to scroll through the archives. **** Photos by Brian Addison. Long Beach’s coffee scene is becoming so phenomenal that it is genuinely hard to keep up writing about. We had a long feature pi

Food & Drink | Coffee

Lord Windsor Roasters in Downtown Long Beach is Cyclist Approved - BICYCLIST: SoCal and Beyond

The wide open bar and absence of Wi-fi in Lord Windsor's Roasters supports a social atmosphere in which talking to a neighbor or getting lost in each sip

Music | Music

Mike Watt - Piss-Bottle Man

Music video by Mike Watt performing Piss-Bottle Man. (C) 1995 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

Food & Drink | Bars/Restaurants/Venues

LA's Best Bars with Live Music

LA has a countless offering of local and tangential bars and watering holes. Some serve as the perfect pre-game spot before heading to a concert; some bring the show to the bar. For those who like to saddle up at the counter, enjoy a cocktail with a live

Music | Music

The Punch Line (Full Album) -- Minutemen

The Punch Line (1981) is the first full length album from The Minutemen. The tracklisting is as follows: 1. Search -- 0:51 (Hurley, Watt) 2. Tension -- 1:18 ...

Music | Music

DR. KNOW - KILLING FOR GOD 2008

Legendary Nardcore skate punk band DR. KNOW plays a few new and old in Oxnard @ the Lab 9.5.08 mediapunks

Family & Parenting | Kids

Discover the Very Best Kids Menus in LA

These date night worthy spots all have kids menus that go waaaay beyond bland burgers and mystery meat nuggets!

News | Interesting Stories

Firefighters Face Largest Fire In Los Angeles History

A historic brush fire ravaged almost 5,900 acres of land in California as over 1,000 firefighters continued to push back the flames, KABC, a Los Angeles-based ABC affiliate reports Sunday morning.

Sports | NBA

Lakers are fined $500,000 for tampering with Paul George

The penalty stems from a conversation between Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka and George’s agent, Aaron Mintz.

Music | Music

Gentlemen Prefer Blood - "New Year's Resolution"

New Year's Resolution by Gentlemen Prefer Blood. Video made by 51 Production/Chris Graue. Get the record here: http://gentlemenpreferblood.bandcamp.com gentl...

Music | Music

Photos Of Los Angeles Rock Bands 1978 to 1989 |

Thanks to the Los Angeles Public Library for sharing with us photos from the LA music scene 1978 to 1989.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Cats have left their mark all over Los Angeles history

From showbiz cats to beloved school cats, L.A. has been home to many important felines, which makes it the quintessential cat town.

Sports | Cycling

The Wheelhouse bike and coffee shop Los Angeles

Welcome to The Wheelhouse! We are a community-centered bike shop + coffee shop in the Arts District of Downtown Los Angeles

Music | Music

THE MELVINS - "Onions Make the Milk Taste Bad" (Live from Los Angeles, CA 2017) #JAMINTHEVAN

The Melvins - "Onions Make the Milk Taste Bad" Live at Jam in the Van Headquarters in Los Angeles, CA. Skip to Music 00:33 Subscribe to Jam in the Van! http:...

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

The Mystery of L.A. Billboard Diva Angelyne's Real Identity Is Finally Solved

Way before Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian, the enigmatic blonde bombshell was famous for being famous, perpetually driving the streets of Hollywood in that pink Corvette. But her true identity has remained secret all these years … until now.

Pets & Animals | Rescue Organizations

PetSpace Is Now Open and It’s Doggone Amazing

More than just the best new pet adoption place in town, this new space is learning lab, meet & greet center and interactive pet hub.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

On an Echo Park corner, Jonathan Gold finds the neighborhood pizzeria reinvented

Cosa Buona, from chef Zach Pollack, is like your local pizza parlor but better. You haven't had finer mozzarella sticks. "Chopped salad" doesn't do it justice. Get sausage and mustard green pizza.

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

How Baxter Became One of L.A.’s Steepest Streets

With its 32 percent grade, how did Baxter Street ever get built?

Sports | Cycling

"Pot Shots & Bangers" A Short Film By 3B's

We've been stock piling footage for about 2 months while experimenting with new filming equipment, heres our first summer mixtape of 2017 Enjoy! Music: "Don't…

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Talking with John T. Edge about Southern food, in and out of L.A.

Author John T. Edge talks about his latest book, "The Potlikker Papers," a food history of the South

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Move Over, Royal Tenenbaums: Meet the Mighty Franks

Michael Frank’s memoir tells of growing up in Laurel Canyon under the spell of a glamorous aunt who was part Mame, part Mommie Dearest.

Food & Drink | LA Spots

26 Totally Fun Things To Do in L.A. This Week You Need to Know About [5-30-17 to 6-2-17]

This week, from Tuesday, May 30 to Friday, June 2, features Prom Night at the Museum of Broken Relationships, the Venice Pride Block Party, the Pancake & Booze Art Show, the kickoff of Grand Performances 2017, First Fridays, and LOTS more.

Family & Parenting | Kids

Best Community Pools for Los Angeles Families

When your backyard splash pool just doesn’t cut it anymore, check out these clean, local, convenient LA Community pools to take a plunge.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Why are doughnut boxes pink? The answer could only come out of Southern California

Everyone in Los Angeles knows what comes in a pink box: doughnuts. But the story behind those boxes is seldom told.

Entertainment | Music

Jon and the Nightriders at the Whiskey-A-Go-Go 1981

Rare footage of Jon and the Nightriders playing 'The Wedge', a Dick Dale classic, at the Whiskey-a-go-go circa 1981. John Blair, Dusty Watson, Dave Wronski, ...

Food & Drink | Bars/Restaurants/Venues

The Proud Bird

Offering distinguished service, top-notch American cuisine and a lesson in history, swing by and hear the buzz of the planes flying by from Van Nuys airport. You're sure to have an experience that's a departure from all the rest.

Music | Music

The Plugz - Wordless

The Plugz - Wordless Track 8 of Electrify Me

Music | Music

The Cruzados - Small Town Love

Provided to YouTube by CDBaby Small Town Love · Cruzados Greatest Hits ℗ 2009 Tony Marsico Released on: 2009-01-01 Auto-generated by YouTube.

Music | Music

Goodbye California

Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Goodbye California · Toys That Kills God Save The Queers ℗ 2010 THE QUEERS Released on: 2010-05-11 Auto-genera...

Music | Music

Cruzados - Full Concert - 04/11/86 - Ritz (OFFICIAL)

Cruzados - Full Concert Recorded Live: 4/11/1986 - Ritz (New York, NY) More Cruzados at Music Vault: http://www.musicvault.com Subscribe to Music Vault: http...

Music | Music

The Plugz- Hombre Secreto

The Plugz "Hombre Secreto"

Sports | NBA

LaMarcus Aldridge will be out an 'indefinite period' due to a minor heart arrhythmia

The San Antonio Spurs, gearing for a shot at the top spot in the Western Conference standings during the season’s final month, will lose one of its best players to a frightening condition. LaMarcus Aldridge, the five-time All-Star that signed with the t

Family & Parenting | Kids

Best Indoor Rock Climbing Gym in Los Angeles

California's biggest indoor rock climbing gym just opened near LAX, and it’s the spot where kids can climb, hop and race to the top of walls

Family & Parenting | Kids

Just Re-Opened: Skypark at Santa’s Village

Fun, forest and fantasy, all rolled into one, just like the old commercials promised, now at the re-opened Santa's Village!

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

How Did L.A. Become a City of Palms? And Other Questions About California's Trees

Q&A with historian Jared Farmer, author of "Trees in Paradise: A California History."

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Jonathan Gold goes on a holiday tamale crawl across L.A.

I don’t think you can find them all on Google, but this is probably the 12th or 13th time I have been assigned to write a year-end tamale piece, and for almost all of them I have made the rounds of more or less the same Boyle Heights tamaleros before de

Family & Parenting | Kids

Where to Go Ice Skating in LA

Ice skating rinks in LA are offering a winter wonderland for the whole family! Find our picks for the best kid-friendly rinks in Los Angeles

Family & Parenting | Kids

Snow Day LA for the Whole Family

Check out this "snow park" that is now open a few miles from Downtown Los Angeles.

Sports | My Sporting News

Trojans, Bruins Set To Revive Rivalry

In the Los Angeles college football rivalry, USC and UCLA meet at the Rose Bowl on Saturday.

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

When Oil Derricks Ruled the L.A. Landscape | KCET

Vintage photos reveal a time when Southern California was a forest of oil derricks.

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

Video: A Train Ride Down PCH in 1898 | KCET

The train tunnel in this 1898 film is now where Interstate 10 turns into Pacific Coast Highway.

Sports | MLB

Jose Fernandez outshines Clayton Kershaw, who makes history in his return

We didn't quite see vintage Kershaw on Friday night, but his Marlins counterpart was dominant

Family & Parenting | Kids

Perfect Playdates for After-School Fun

Uh-oh. It's your turn to host the playdate and you're fresh out of fresh ideas. We've got your covered with these cool outings!

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Here are some of the darkest true-crime stories from California

Good morning, it is Monday, Sept. 5 . On this sunny Labor Day, we are taking a detour into noir. There’s been quite a bit of true-crime reporting in the Essential California newsletter the past week because of The Times’ series  “Framed,” about a

Family & Parenting | Kids

Time Saving Apps LA Parents Can’t Live Without

Drive through coffee finder, cars cleaned while you work, laundry picked up and even find perfect parking spots: these time saving LA apps do it all!

Food & Drink | Food

There’s No Place Like Home: Eats for Transplants

Here's where you can introduce your LA babies to the hometown eats you grew up on!

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

Laws That Shaped L.A.: How Bunker Hill Lost its Victorians

How did all the grand mansions of Bunker Hill get demolished? Blame a 1949 law that pushed forward the agenda of "redevelopment."

Family & Parenting | Kids

Dive Into Fun at LA’s Most Awesome Aquariums

See a shark, touch a turtle, oogle octipi! Here are our favorite places for kids to get interactive with marine life in LA.

News | That's News to Me

The 'Grim Sleeper' is sentenced to death for string of murders - LA Times

A man approached Laura Moore at a bus stop in the spring of 1984 and offered a warning: You shouldn’t be out here alone.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Thousands of lives could be saved in California by stricter air pollution limits, study finds

More than 2,000 Southern Californians die early each year from polluted air, and the region would benefit the most of anywhere in the country from reducing ozone and fine particle pollution below current federal limits, a new study has found.

Entertainment | The Hometown

Six Great LA “Lakes”

Natural lakes are a rarity in Southern California but maybe it doesn’t matter if a lake in LA is “real” or not. Whether it’s fishing, boating, birding, or picnicking, here are six great bodies of water we call “lakes” of greater LA.

Food & Drink | Food

Now Clucking: Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken

We know where you can find the very best fried chicken in town. Seriously.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

L.A. County will try to house 100 homeless youths in 100 days

Los Angeles Homeless Services officials will attempt to place 100 homeless youths in safe and stable housing within 100 days, according to a new goal announced Tuesday. 

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Where to get ice cream and gelato in and around Los Angeles

A guide to the best places to get ice cream and gelato in the Los Angeles area

Family & Parenting | Kids

Best Outdoor Swimming Holes in Los Angeles

From the Rock Pool in Malibu to Eaton Canyon Falls, Los Angeles has plenty of swimming water-holes to help you beat the heat this summer.

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

9 Only in LA Things You Gotta See to Believe

Chicken boys and giant clown ballerinas can only be found in the City of Angels. See what other local silly sights delight young explorers.

Family & Parenting | Kids

Bike Riding Lessons That Get Little Riders Rolling

Check out our favorite places in LA that offer bike riding lessons to kids (minus the tears or fears) and get your mini-cyclist rolling in no time!

Family & Parenting | Kids

A Foodie Paradise For All Ages: The New Smorgasburg LA

Sure, it's the hottest new foodie spot in town, but should you bring the kids? (Hint: resoundingly, YES!)

Family & Parenting | Kids

50 Fun Summer Activities for LA Kids

Need a few ideas to keep kids entertained during these long, lazy summer days? Check out Red Tricycle's list of fun summer activities here!

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

You’d never believe this serene hike is just outside DTLA

This centrally located Mt. Washington walk is freeway close and just minutes from downtown Los Angeles. But it gets off the beaten path quickly and offers serenity, silence and solitude.

Family & Parenting | Kids

2 Summer Spots for Picnic, Play & a Serenade

Summer nights at LACMA and Descanso each offer two chances a week for families to picnic, play and catch a concert.

Family & Parenting | Kids

Everyone Walk the Dinosaur!

Check out the Los Angeles Dinosaur exhibits with your Super Silly Sauruses!

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

How vegetarians, gluten-frees, grain-frees and other L.A. food tribes ruined my BBQ tradition

Friday Night Barbecue — or #FNBBQ, because everything in Los Angeles needs a hashtag — began as a simple affair. It suited my preference for a lazy style of entertaining, one where you hose down the furniture beforehand and the melamine plates after

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Where to Watch July 4th Fireworks in LA

Fourth of July is fast approaching and we have plenty of suggestions for where to see some of the many fireworks shows around the country. Whether you're looking for a front-row seat or a spot away from the crowds, we've got you covered.

Family & Parenting | Kids

Best Community Pools for Los Angeles Families

When your backyard splash pool just doesn’t cut it anymore, check out these clean, local, convenient LA Community pools to take a plunge.

Family & Parenting | Kids

I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for… Pudding?!

Little Spoon frozen pudding offers a new summer treat that will make kids and adults pop with delight.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Giant space shuttle tank arrives in L.A. by sea - LA Times

The space shuttle external tank known as ET-94 never flew, but it finished a decidedly different journey, by sea, early Wednesday when it docked in Marina del Rey atop a sea barge.

Food & Drink | Food

The Best Fried Chicken in Los Angeles | KCET

There are so many varieties of this American classic. Whether you prefer them coated in a sweet chili sauce or paired with tabasco maple butter, there's really something for everyone's fried chicken cravings.

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

When the Hippodrome Was Hip: The Looff Carousel and the Era of Seaside Amusement

Over 90 years of exposure to sea salt and smog seems to have settled a permanent coat of sticky dust over the Santa Monica Hippodromes walls.

Family & Parenting | Kids

Make a Splash at SoCal’s Great Wolf Lodge

Get ready to make a splash at Southern California's newest theme park for family fun.

Family & Parenting | Kids

Best Hamburger Joints for Los Angeles kids

Wondering where to eat the best hamburgers with kids in Los Angeles? Try one of these places where you can find Los Angeles' best hamburgers for children.

News | That's News to Me

Protests rage outside Trump rally in Orange County; 17 arrested, police car smashed - LA Times

Hundreds of demonstrators filled the street outside the Orange County amphitheater where Donald Trump held a rally Thursday night, stomping on cars, hurling rocks at motorists and forcefully declaring their opposition to the Republican presidential candi

Pets & Animals | Animal Rescue Stories

Los Angeles Is Very Close To Becoming An Official 'No Kill' City: LAist

Back in 2011, the Los Angeles City Council signed off on a ‘No Kill Los Angeles’ pledge to make L.A. an official ‘no kill’ animal shelter town by 2017.

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

6 Grand Estates of a Bygone Era | KCET

Explore the opulence of yesteryear and experience the grandeur of a bygone era—from the mountains and valley to the beach.

Family & Parenting | Kids

A Magical Brunch at the Magic Castle

Hocus Pocus? Abra Cadabra? Pretty Please? You'll need the magic word to get access to the Magic Castle (don't worry, they'll tell you if you can't guess) for their astounding brunch, the only time kids are allowed in the hallowed, haunted halls.

Sports | MLB

Los Angeles Dodgers overcome injuries to stamp historic start

With a 7-0 loss to the Dodgers on Wednesday night, the Padres became the first major league team to be shut out in their first three games of a season.

Family & Parenting | Kids

Strawberry Picking Farms Near Los Angeles

Strawberry season is in full swing! Come and explore these 3 sweet u pick strawberry farms with LA kids.

News | Interesting Stories

LA Parking Restrictions Also Confusing To City Parking Engineers

A parking management engineer says they do not have a "comprehensive database" of which parking restrictions correspond with which streets.

Food & Drink | Food

Shake Shack Comes to LA

It's been a long time coming. Shake Shack has opened in Los Angeles, prime In-N-Out territory. Let the battle of the burgers commence.

Family & Parenting | Kids

The Best Hot (And Cold!) Chocolates for Cocoa Lovin’ Kids

Here are the very best decadent drink emporiums in town that will delight your kids whether the weather is frightful or delightful.

Family & Parenting | Kids

Sneak Peek: Harry Potter’s Wizarding World Hits Hollywood

Don your robes, have wands at the ready and get ready to enter a magical world. Get a sneek peek at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Hollywood!

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

You Can Take a Train to the Beach Starting in Spring

A long-awaited light-rail train from downtown to the beach will become reality May 20, Metro CEO Phil Washington announced today. The Expo Line will extend 6.6 miles from Venice and Robertson boulevards in Culver City to Colorado Avenue and Fourth Street

Family & Parenting | Kids

Great Eateries That Come With a Side of Entertainment for Kids

Are you ready for a meal where you can actually taste your food, not just dine and dash? Sounds like you need one of our favorite spots, where kid sized fun comes with the meal.

Family & Parenting | Kids

Best Indoor Playgrounds in Los Angeles

Rain or shine! From Under the Sea Indoor Playground to The Coop; we've rounded up our favorite indoor playgrounds in Los Angeles!

Family & Parenting | Kids

Soups On! 7 Slurp-Worthy LA Spots

When winter's chill rattles your bones, warm up with some of the best soups in town that no kid can resist.

Food & Drink | Restaurants

Is this the rarest sandwich in L.A.? You can only get it once a month

If you're looking for a truly great sandwich, head to Boyle Heights. More specifically, head to the Primera Taza Coffee House  across from Mariachi Plaza, where co-owner Chuy Tovar and his wife, Rosalinda Hernandez, are making two kinds of lonche

Family & Parenting | Kids

Summer Camps You Gotta Sign Up For Today

Avoid wait list purgatory! You've got to sign up for the coolest summer camps now; these are so popular they fill up *fast*.

Family & Parenting | Kids

Carnival in the City: Mardi Gras Fun for L.A. Families

Slip on a pair of yoga pants (the only elastic waist you’d be caught dead in, amiright?) and eat and party your way through Fat Tuesday, family-style.

Family & Parenting | Kids

Just Opened: Have A Winter Picnic at LA Picnic

This healthy new Culver City eatery that's perfect for families (choices galore and they'll bring dinner to your car!) makes sticking to your "New Year, new eating choices" resolution a picnic.

Miscellaneous | Local Flavor

Prisoners of Fame: Falcon Lair, Rudolph Valentino, Doris Duke, and the Cult of Celebrity Death | Lost Landmarks | Departures

In the 1920s, Hollywood heartthrob Rudolph Valentino retreated behind the walls of his estate, Falcon Lair, until his flame was snuffed out by his own self-destruction. Falcon Lair is proof that all that glitters is not gold.

Family & Parenting | Kids

Strike Out For The Slickest Bowling Alleys For Families

Get your balls out of the gutter (hey, now get your mind out, too!) when you hit these bowling spots that cater to kids.

Sports | NFL

St. Louis Rams relocate to Los Angeles

The Rams are heading back to Los Angeles and might be joined by the Chargers as the result of the NFL owners' vote Tuesday on relocation.

Family & Parenting | Kids

What We Can’t Wait For In 2016

With wizards, a circus of animals, brews by the beach with our kids, science, burgers and water parks, 2016 is going to be a banner year for new things to do with your kids in LA!

Food & Drink | Restaurants

Looking for a great burger? Head to this liquor store in Boyle Heights

Forget for a moment the burger stand’s novel setting – in a far corner of a renowned and sprawling liquor store in Boyle Heights, with 1,300 brands of beer and almost as many tequilas. No man is an aisle, but if I were one, I&rsquo

Family & Parenting | Kids

Just Re-Opened: Race To The Petersen Museum

If you've been counting the days since the Petersen Museum closed (14 months ago), it has finally re-opened and is better than ever! Race over with your little back seat driver to check out the car (and "Cars") filled renovation.

Pets & Animals | Animals

Join the Wolf Pack at Shadowland Foundation

Do you know where the wild things are? This pack of wild and friendly wolves is just an 90 minutes outside the city, and would love to have you join their pack!