The Pacific Coast Highway is one of the most iconic highways in the United States. And one of the most beautiful road trips you can take.
A year after California was first told to stay at home for “two weeks to slow the spread” Los Angeles International Airport is still a ghost town.
I came across the Martin Luther King Memorial Tree Grove by accident. I had no idea such a beautiful tribute to the civil rights leader existed. When I searched for it online to learn more about it, I discovered that information on it was almost non-existent.
A group of about 100 freedom loving Angelenos gathered in Santa Monica for a President’s Day car caravan up the coast highway to Malibu.
After nearly a full year of lockdowns, Rodeo Drive is back for Valentine’s Day and love is in the air.
As you enter Malaga Cove, the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles vanishes. It’s as if you have stepped back into time to a charming quaint town in an old European country… although it does have a healthy amount of beautiful Spanish architecture as well! The pace of life is different here. A bit slower. Less crowded. A lot more peaceful.
This fenced in, graffiti covered boarded up building used to be a Denny’s Restaurant at the intersection of the 101 and Sunset Boulevard. It’s joined the many restaurants that won’t be reopening after the year long COVID-19 closures on restaurants.
One of the largest industries in Southern California is the travel and tourism industry. In 2019 tourism created 535,000 jobs and brought 36 billion dollars into the Los Angeles economy.
With all of the restrictions that currently still exist on travel, I decided to start a section on Totally LA for “Stay-cations”.
MacArthur Park long had a reputation as an unsavory place. But due to the efforts of community groups in the Westlake Neighborhood – not the government – it was coming back up.