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 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 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 Valley Relics Museum is full of retro neon signs, Hollywood memorabilia, historical photos, and all sorts of fun odds and ends. It’s a must-visit museum for anyone who enjoys local history and vintage treasures.
Between its beaches, downtown area, and restaurants, Santa Barbara is the perfect place for a day trip from Los Angeles.
The Broad is a fairly new museum in downtown Los Angeles, California. The museum’s collection is full of famous works of modern art and special exhibitions. Here’s everything you need to know to plan your visit to The Broad.
If you’re planning a trip to Los Angeles, you might be feeling overwhelmed with everything there is to see, do, and know. Not to worry, with some planning and extra tips from a local (that’s me!), you’ll be all set for your visit to the City of Angels. Here are nine things to know before visiting Los Angeles.
Los Angeles is such a large, spread out city, it can be difficult to know where to stay when visiting. Here are five of the best neighborhoods to call home during a trip to LA.
From a bar shaped like a barrel to a large neon clown and the city’s oldest tiki bar, retro valley eccentricity is alive and well in North Hollywood. Plus, with a metro stop and nearby freeways, it’s easy to get to this part of town. Here’s your guide for what to see, eat, and drink in the Los Angeles neighborhood of North Hollywood.