Poketo store at The Line Hotel

Made in Los Angeles: Artisan Goods from the City of Angels

07/12/2017

Souris Hong

Cinematic entertainment is only one of the many wonderful gifts that Los Angeles shares with the world. Clean living, chocolate-as-art, and environmentally sound products are some of the other goods made in L.A. and globally adored. We’ve curated a list of ten of the finest establishments proudly representing one of the many choices of the things we love, made in Los Angeles.

MaDang the Courtyard in Koreatown

Discover Koreatown's Shopping Secrets

07/11/2017

Karen Young

At only three square miles, Koreatown has more large malls than any similar sized area in America with an emphasis on markets, skin care, and home goods. Peppered among the shops, whether in a mall or side street, are entertainment venues, trendy dessert shops, coffeehouses, and restaurants. Read on for the best shopping destinations in Koreatown.

Korean Food Academy

Discover the Hidden Gems of Koreatown

07/06/2017

Karen Young

Within three square miles, the streets of Koreatown comprise a most eclectic urban landscape where neon signs in Korean mix with various types of architecture providing clues to a multi-faceted history—from art deco to Spanish and Renaissance revival to Moorish and modern. Multi-level shopping malls are markers in between small shops, and modern and traditional Korean restaurants in LA offer places where not everything is as it seems. Among it all are fascinating gems—some truly hidden and others that contain intrigue and wonder.

Alchemist Coffee Project

The BestCoffee and Dessert Places in Koreatown

07/05/2017

Karen Young

Coffee houses and dessert are synonymous in Koreatown as an any-time-of-day kind of thing—whether for a snack, after dinner, a night of karaoke, or while studying. Many are Wi-Fi connected haunts and can be found on virtually every corner serving specialty cakes, patbingsoo (shaved ice), Koreatown ice cream, and other sweet confections. Here are twelve spots to check out.

Shrimp and grits at Eagle Rock Brewery Public House

Where to Eat in Eagle Rock

06/26/2017

Liz Ohanesian

When in Eagle Rock, make sure you eat. This L.A. neighborhood is well-known for its mom-and-pop eateries that range from local institutions to foodie hot spots. Here, you'll find a wide variety of cuisines and plenty of restaurants that offer vegetarian options as well as joints that make serving locally-sourced and seasonal ingredients part of their mission. Whether you're in Eagle Rock for brunch or dinner, here are ten great neighborhood dining spots.

5-Pack at Root of Life Juicery

The Best Juice Bars in Los Angeles

06/05/2017

Joshua Lurie

Los Angeles has long been a hotbed for juice, but at no time in history have Angelenos been able to find such creative combinations of market-driven, herbal, and purposeful ingredients. Kreation Organic Juicery and Pressed Juicery are practically ubiquitous, and brands like Clover, Moon Juice, and Naturewell have their fans. Read on and discover a new generation of L.A.’s best juice bars.

Westfield Century City

The Guide to Celebrity Shopping in Los Angeles

06/05/2017

Karen Young

They live among us—those people we see on the silver screen and on our home screens—winning awards or landing in the gossip pages and TMZ. Some shop at the same grocery stores, malls and boutiques, eat in the same restaurants, and even get their prescriptions filled at CVS—just like us. But they also spend time shopping at stores that may just be above our paychecks. So in tribute to the more glamorous side of things—here are some shopping districts where you may see some of them— the celebrities. And sometimes, they stop for frozen yogurt—just like us.

Los Angeles City Hall celebrates LGBT Heritage Month

Celebrate LGBT Heritage Month in Los Angeles

06/01/2017

Discover Los Angeles

As home to the second-largest LGBT population in the country, Los Angeles showcases the diversity, vibrancy, and creative spirit of the LGBT community. The first Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Heritage Month (LGBT HM) Celebration in L.A. took place in 2011. L.A.’s legacy of championing equality is more important than ever - the theme of this year’s LGBT Heritage Month Celebration is “A City Connected Through Pride.” Read on for highlights of LGBT Heritage Month events taking place in June throughout Los Angeles.

Smoked salmon toast at The Bellwether

Ventura Boulevard Dining Guide: Studio City to Woodland Hills

05/30/2017

Karen Young

Ventura Boulevard from Studio City to Woodland Hills runs about 13 miles—and in that space sits hundreds of restaurants—among them mom n’ pops, a plethora of ethnic cuisines, casual and fast food chains, gastropubs, and finer dining restaurants. The rundown here is by no means exhaustive, but rather a hit list of some of the best, and historically significant, on the boulevard for any dining occasion.

Pappy's Seafood in San Pedro

Take a Bite Out of San Pedro

05/26/2017

Discover Los Angeles

Home to the busiest port in America, San Pedro offers a wide range of dining options that go far beyond seafood. From global cuisines to the largest seafood restaurant in California, read on for the best restaurants in San Pedro.

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