If you’re an architectural buff, or a fan of the work of architect Frank Lloyd Wright, then you’ll want to be certain to drive by the Ennis House when you visit Los Angeles.
The Second Street Tunnel has been called the most famous tunnel in the world that nobody has heard of.
Where to find the original Gold's Gym in Venice, where the movie Pumping Iron was filmed and fitness craze began
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!
One of the most notable figures to pass through Hollywood is Charlie Chaplin.
If you are a fan of silent movies and of Charlie Chaplin, make it a point to swing by the old historic Charlie Chaplin studios in West Hollywood when you visit Los Angeles.
One of the more beautiful views of downtown Los Angeles is from the north end of the lake at Echo Park.
If you’re looking for movie locations in Los Angeles, you won’t be disappointed. Today we’ll show you the filming location for the popular Television series, Lou Grant.
Judy Garland’s first house in Los Angeles is overlooked in most of the historical accounts of her life. In fact they completely skip over the fact the Gumm family made a stop in LA on the way to Lancaster.
Hollywood is the master of illusion and quite often the location in the show is completely different in reality.