The list of things to do in Los Angeles is as long as the city is vast—so start with these 20.
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Discover ways to fall in love with the city for the first time or all over again.
We’ve narrowed down L.A.’s long roster of museums to the essentials.
For when you need a budget-friendly day out.
You can’t go wrong with a glass, bottle or pint at these standout waterholes.
Here are the best coffee shops in the city to score your next latte or bottle of cold brew.
The best spots to sunbathe, surf and play.
Roll out a blanket or take a stroll through 25 of the best (and free) parks.
Ginger-mopped English popster Ed Sheeran is only in his early 20s but already a huge hit at home—his debut album, +, entered the charts at number one, and he performed at the Olympics closing ceremony. He's making waves here, too, having recorded a duet with Taylor Swift for her best-selling album, Red and performing live with Elton John at The Grammys.
It seems like everything Sam Smith touches turns to gold. His soaring vocals on Disclosure's "Latch" brought him universal attention, and then his falsetto-laden feature on Naughty Boy's "La La La" earned him his first number-one single and the 2014 Brit Critics' Choice Award. But the soulful wunderkind will probably be crooning mostly from his first studio album, In the Lonely Hour, a set of songs that show a distinct and stripped-down deviation from the dance-floor hits that first made Smith's voice famous.
Unleash your inner child while exploring the natural wonders at L.A.'s oldest museum
This training class will teach you everything you need to know about photo editing
Soar above the city on this 45-minute flight over Los Angeles
Catch J.T. at The Staples Center on November 27.
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Iconic landmarks and under-the-radar gems in L.A.’s most famous neighborhood
Coffee shops and bars abound in the Eastside’s preeminent hip ’hood
L.A.’s boho beachfront gets a farm-to-table facelift
The city’s historic core enters a food, drink and entertainment renaissance
Seaside bluffs meet a buzzing downtown in this coastal city
Casual eateries, intimate concert venues and a lotus-filled lake
A former industrial area turned culinary and couture utopia
Sunset Strip sleaze grows up into a refined nightlife scene
The sights and shops in the region’s most famous zip code
A charming city center and cultural institutions set against a mountain backdrop
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This thriving metropolis boasts craft breweries, open-air markets and a growing culinary scene.
Phoenix may be known for the whopping temperatures that dominate the conversations (and outfits) every summer, but there is plenty more to gab about here.
Baltimore has long been known for its picturesque Inner Harbor, but in recent years word has gotten out that the town, nicknamed Charm City, has much more to offer.
Oklahoma City is equal parts cultural heartland, traditional Midwest capital and historic cow town, with lively pockets and stylish arts districts to boot.
Beyond the beaches and past the souvenir shops, take in the dynamic culture of Honolulu through hidden gem museums and attractions beyond the resort strip.
Beyond the chilly weather and business class style, you’ll find a bustling creative scene, comfortable hotels, funky art museums and delicious restaurants.
In a state the size of Texas, there are so many diverse and exciting attractions, monuments, cities, rural towns and landscapes that it’s enough to make your head spin.
Once you see the island’s lush rainforest, coconut palms and expansive greenery, you’ll see why Kauai is known as the Garden Island.
Nashville and Memphis might be the most popular and most musical cities in the Volunteer State, but they don’t call Chattanooga the Scenic City for nothing.
Flanked by coastal redwoods and Monterey Bay, Santa Cruz blends Southern California’s beach town vibes with Northern California’s rugged good looks.