Nothing says fall like a good mystery novel, am I right? So, what better way to celebrate the season than by picking up some tales from the Queen of Mystery herself, Agatha Christie. Whether you’re a longtime Agatha Christie fan or haven’t read any of her books, you can’t go wrong delving into these literary staples.
Right in the middle of the city’s Miracle Mile with its famed rows of street lamps out front, you’ll find the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Here’s everything you need to know to plan your visit to LACMA in Los Angeles, California.
As the weather begins to cool and leaves start to turn, our attention shifts toward Halloween and all its mystery and magic. With these tales of witches and goddesses, you’ll be feeling magical all autumn long.
From dancing to “Shout” in Eugene or “sailgating” in Seattle to screaming “Husker Power” in Lincoln or chanting “Roll Tide” in Tuscaloosa, college football is bursting with age old traditions, devoted fans, and plenty of school spirit. Here are some of the best college towns in the U.S.
The purpose of our Book Club Guides is to recommend books for your book club and provide guidance for discussion. This book guide focuses on Megan Miranda’s book The Last House Guest.
The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens — or more commonly known as The Huntington — is a vast property filled with rare books, works of art, and beautiful gardens.
The purpose of our Book Club Guides is to recommend books for your book club and provide guidance for discussion. This book guide focuses on Ware’s 2018 novel The Death of Mrs. Westaway.
The Getty museums include the Getty Center, perched high in the Sepulveda Pass overlooking the city, and the Getty Villa, located atop a seaside bluff in Pacific Palisades. The museums are home to permanent collections ranging from ancient Rome to the modern day, captivating rotating exhibitions, and a variety of local events, all on beautiful grounds.
The Skirball is a cultural center with permanent displays about Jewish culture and history, as well as diverse rotating exhibitions, family-friendly attractions, and a variety of live events.
The purpose of our Book Club Guides is to recommend books for your book club and provide guidance for discussion. This book guide focuses on Caroline Kepnes’s novel You.