This photo of shoppers lined up outside FIGat7th in Downtown Los Angeles was taken at about 2:30 in the afternoon on Thanksgiving Day.
Pull out your calendars and mark “Marina Del Rey” on December 14th 2019 and plan on making a day of it! This peaceful town on the sailboat marina is putting on a day long holiday celebration you won’t want to miss.
Enjoy a unique Christmas shopping experience in downtown Los Angeles at the Downtown LA Holiday Pop-Up on the top of the California Market Center.
If you are looking for a childrens gift that is a bit more special than what you can find in the chain toy stores such as the now defunct Toys R Us, you might want to check out the Miracle Mile Toy Store on Wilshire Blvd.
Everyone loves a parade and the Hollywood Christmas Parade is one of the most spectacular Christmas parades to be seen. And it has been for almost a century!
Nothing makes a better Christmas gift, or says you put some care and thought into your holiday gift giving than handmade and artistic goods. And the holiday markets are so fun to shop at.
Massive sets of bleachers have already begun to line Orange Grove Drive and other Rose Parade streets in Pasadena in preparation for the Rose Parade, also known as the Tournament of Roses Parade.
Yes, it really does snow in Los Angeles. Usually around Christmas time and the holiday season. And for some reason, the snow flurries happen in the same places night after night.
There are several places around Los Angeles where you will be able to see fireworks, but this one is happening tomorrow night so we wanted to tell you right away.
Los Angeles may not get much in terms of snow (none), but the city makes up for it when it comes to going all out for Christmas. We set out in this post to bring you the most extensive list of Christmas light displays in the greater Los Angeles area.