Seafood shacks, classic steakhouses and vegan sanctuaries: These are the best restaurants in Los Angeles.
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The list of things to do in Los Angeles is as long as the city is vast—so start with these 20.
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.
If you’ve ever had a soft spot for the Mac, you owe it to yourself to catch the group on its current tour
See the iconic Radiohead frontman performing his solo material—with tracks from The Eraser and Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes—with an Atoms for Peace track or two thrown into the mix.
Long Beach Ballet's The Nutcracker includes not only a live full orchestra, but a horsa, flying sleigh and "pyrotechnics"
Ring in 2019 with Ozzy Osbourne and a slew of totally-‘90s metal acts during this New Year’s Eve edition of Ozzfest. The day kicks off with support sets outside of the Forum before transitioning inside for Rob Zombie, Narilyn Manson, Korn’s Jonathan Davis and Body Count featuring Ice-T.
For twice the length of Justin Bieber's entire life, Sir Elton John has answered to the title of Pop King. Thanks to his musical diversity and relevance, both artistic and cultural (need we mention the fact that he made Lady Gaga the godmither of his son?), Elton John has solidly maintained his royalty. In more recent years, we reveled in the unexpected delights of his recent collaboration album with Leon Russell and 2013's reflective solo release, The Diving Board, but we're sure glad to see Sir Elton play a big ol' greatest-hits show: Swoon along to "Tiny Dancer," make juvenile hand gestures to "Crocodile Rock" and smile meaningfully at your folks during "Can You Feel the Love Tonight." It might be one of your last in-concert opportunities to see Elton John do what he's done best for half a century. Don't miss it.
Discover the underbelly of the City of Angels and satisfy your twisted curiosities on this revealing ride
It's time to celebrate the holidays with a cake shaped like a yule log!
Witness the Las Posadas celebration, view a nutcracker village, see the icicle sheets of the Old Bank District, the beautifully lit Walt Disney Concert Hall and a digitally enhanced fountain!
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
There are more things to do in Anaheim than just visiting the happiest place on earth.
Regardless of whether you’re a beach person, you’ll never be at a loss for what to do here.
Postcard-perfect San Luis Obispo is the unofficial center of the Central Coast.
Comic-Con isn’t the only thing to do in San Diego (well, not for 51 weeks of the year, anyway).
Palm Springs beckons with midcentury architecture, golf courses, and pools galore.
Rent a cozy cabin, take a stroll through Pine Knot Village and tackle these 12 things to do.
Monterey Bay radiates hypnotizing beauty whether you're on the water or near it with a drink.
This region is a verdant landscape dotted with barns and quaint seafood shacks.
Santa Cruz blends SoCal’s beach town vibes with NorCal’s rugged good looks.
Here are the best things to do in Berkeley—wheher you want to eat, drink, explore or play.
No trip to the Bay Area is complete without time spent in SF’s sister-city to the east.
It’s all good from Diego to the Bay, because California knows how to party.