Los Angeles is a movie star megalopolis that thrives on the business of entertainment and is also the hometown of some of biggest names in show business.
Everywhere we look, Los Angeles has gone to the dogs. It’s now legal to brunch out with your pooch in an open-air dining situation and, just a few weeks ago, the internet was reveling in National Dog Day, even though it was also National Women’s Equality Day. Angelenos log stressful hours at work, in traffic, and at play so many of us have replaced real children with fur children. Hey, we allneed something to love on, right?
By Jordy Altman In SoCal, In-N-Out orders are a serious business. The famous burger joint may sport a small menu, but there’s an entire short-order of “Not-So-Secret” items that exist behind the board. In fact, […]
It takes about six hours to driveicon1 LA To San Fran In 35 Minutes? Hyperloop CEO Says Speed Tube Could Become Reality from Los Angeles to San Francisco – depending on your speed – and more than an hour to fly.
For all intents and purposes, living in Los Angeles should be as close to the good life as it gets.
The weather’s almost always perfect.
There are beaches and beautiful babes.
(credit: Shutterstock) It’s the little things that count, at least when you’re talking about what to put in your loved ones’ holiday stockings. With that project at hand, be ready to choose the unexpected, from […]
With everything going on this year, whether political or paparazzi-realted, search engines were blowing up with this year’s trends.
Google, the most popular search engine, tallied all the searches that Angelenos made in 2014 and came out with some Top 10 lists.
LAist curated the lists below.
AMP Radio is hiring! That’s right, we’re looking for awesome, dedicated people to join our super passionate and awesome team of music loving, hard working, fun people. Sounds pretty good, right? This time around, we’re […]
With sweater weather in full effect, the conversation about what to do for the night is beginning to lean more and more toward staying in, strapping on the fat pants, and soaking in some Netflix. […]
It’s nice that Downtown Los Angeles is getting all fancy and stuff, but that doesn’t change the fact that parking there is an utter nightmare. You can look for an overpriced lot or you can valet, but if you want to get by with not paying for parking, you should probably, yes, do what most Angelenos don’t dare to do–take public transportation. Scary.