Category: Culture

13
Dec

Christmas events this week in L.A.

While we are not expecting L.A. to be covered in snow during the holiday season, what we do expect is plenty of festive and fun things to do to get into the Christmas spirit. And Los Angeles never disappoints! Don’t miss out on these holiday events this week: Holiday Sing-Along, December 17 Join the chorus

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07
Dec

Best Christmas movies

Have any plans this weekend? Cancel them, stay in, and throw yourself a Christmas movie marathon! Better yet, stock up on your favorite snacks, open a bottle of your favorite wine, and invite your best friends over! Leave the real world behind and get into the Christmas spirit with the following holiday films: Home Alone

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30
Nov

Fun pop-ups coming to L.A.

You can never get bored in Los Angeles! Fun and trendy things keep coming to our favorite city, and we are here to experience it all. If you’ve had a chance to visit the Infinity Mirrors Exhibition and Museum of Ice Cream, you will absolutely love the following pop-ups happening in L.A. this month: Happy

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22
Nov

Christmas season with Rooftop Cinema Club

We all greatly enjoyed the Halloween themed movie series brought to you by Rooftop Cinema Club in the month of October, and now, as Christmas time is upon us – get ready for “The Ultimate Holiday Movie Series”! Rooftop Cinema is collaborating with Time Out for 19 nights of holiday movies on the roof of

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17
Nov

New Books to Read This Month

Looking for new good books to read? November brings us new brilliant works from extraordinary authors who are able to captivate their readers by telling simple stories so beautifully. We highly recommend giving the following books a try: Mean by Myriam Gurba (November 7) Mean is Myriam Gurba’s coming-of-age story as a queer, mixed-race Chicana.

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15
Nov

AFI Festival Films to See

We are lucky to live in the entertainment capital of the world! TV panels with cast and crew, red carpet premieres, and, of course, pictures with favorite actors are all a part of Hollywood experience, which we get the easiest access. For those who are following the latest news of TV and film industry, the

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07
Nov

Best Stay-cation Destinations in SoCal

Everyone can use a great vacation from time to time. Having the chance to get away from the routine and relax is something to really cherish, but not everyone can take all that time to actually leave town. Whether you are avoiding going away because of a busy calendar or a tight budget, that doesn’t

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01
Nov

Where to go horseback riding in L.A.

Horseback riding has been a form of transportation for centuries. It has also been utilized by the English in fox hunting. Today, it’s a fun activity loved by many visitors from every culture. In Los Angeles, there are many areas where horses are available for rent on an hourly basis. If you are planning a

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01
Nov

Haunted Places in L.A.

Happy Halloween! If you have already survived the terrifying haunted houses around the city, been apple picking, and have finally learnt how to carve a pumpkin – for the last day of Halloween month we recommend visiting L.A.’s authentic haunted places. The founder of Ghost Hunters of Urban Los Angeles, Richard Carradine, has been collecting

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25
Oct

Psychological thrillers to watch this weekend

Halloween is coming up next week, and if you haven’t already been to some of L.A.’s best haunted houses, gone apple picking, or carved a pumpkin – what you need to do is throw a psychological thriller movies marathon! With psychological thrillers, you never know what to expect, so they tend to be much more

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