With just 24 hours and a sense of adventure, you can have one of the best days ever, not only in Los Angeles, but anywhere.
Just because fall is setting in and there's little time to relax doesn't mean that you don't have time to get away for a weekend. These five, quick, two-day escapes are all within driving-distance from major cities across the U.S.
Americans are packing up and heading out of town over the long weekend that traditionally marks the end of summer. The top 10 most searched Labor Day destinations are...
Even in these last few weeks of the summer travel season, we continue to hear summer songs that capture the spirit of the season or stir memories of waterside romance. But how many were inspired by an actual location?
I'm pretty sure there's no more beautiful place to watch America's favorite pastime. The stadium has undergone numerous upgrades and renovations throughout its 51-year history, but it still retains its original '60s-era feel.
When planning a big-city break, it's often easy to limit your itinerary to staying within the city limits. But within a few hours' drive of many major...
If you're receiving a tax refund, now is great time to put some returned money in savings but reward yourself with a weekend trip. Here are three perfect locations that require no flying, offer amazing package deals and locations that have something for everyone.
Beneath the glitz and glamour of the showbiz capital of the world is a sprawling city with neighborhoods catering to every personality imaginable, ensuring endless possibilities of activity for anyone.
You've been to Santa Monica Pier and dodged the characters on Venice Beach, but if you want to see L.A. without bumping into another tourist, put these not-exactly-hot spots on your must-see list.
You can't have a hotel in L.A. and not somehow turn to the silver screen for inspiration, and this place does it in spades, but in such a way as to not look forced or faked.
Think of a little girl dressing up in her mom's high heels, make-up and sunglasses, and you'll have an approximation of the essence of Los Angeles.
On that Saturday morning we dozen or so strangers gathered as if by magic to approch the Rock. We looked at one another and the Rock with a sort of kinship. A communal event quietly took place.
I would ride my bike through Montebello to Whittier Blvd to hang out with my boys, not knowing what was in store but always feeling in my heart that I wanted something better for my life.
With spring break in the very near horizon and summer months lurking not too far behind, we are thinking vacations and what families with kids should be doing.
For skiers and snowboarders in California and across the nation, the time for waiting is over.
Thanksgiving has come and gone, your relatives have returned home and the madness of Black Friday and Cyber Monday has subsided. That means it's time to get down to some serious holiday shopping.