One of the things I’ve noticed as the Christmases roll by is that Rodeo Drive never puts out the same decorations twice. This year the center island is filled with larger than life elf statues bearing gifts.
2020 has been a very difficult year to say the least. And with California Governor Newsom’s order to shutdown the state – once again – just in time for the holiday season it hasn’t looked a lot like Christmas in Los Angeles.
A lot of people are wonder where to see Christmas Trees and lights in Los Angeles in 2020.
Rodeo Drive always goes all out for Christmas in terms of lavish beautiful decorations. But this year the holiday decorations appear quite different.
Christmas 2020 promises to be different. With many states implementing new Coronavirus lockdown orders, Black Friday shopping will for the most part occur online.
One of the most beautiful holiday experiences the the Marina Del Rey Holiday Boat Parade and fireworks show.
On Halloween, the place that draws the most children is the fabled Witch’s House in Beverly Hills. The house draws between 3,000 to 4,000 children each Halloween!
I’ve rounded up the nine best places to see Los Angeles fireworks this New Year’s Eve.
Southern California residents are able to enjoy a special treat at Christmas time the inlanders don’t get. Floating parades of lights in our many harbors and bays.
It may never snow in Los Angeles, but you can go ice skating in DTLA. Each year Pershing Square installs an ice skating rink for about two months.