For over eight months a pile of bicycles has been growling on the corner of 4th and Vermont in the Koreatown District of Los Angeles.
World famous Randy’s Donuts dates back to 1962, but it’s style of architecture dates back to the Thirties.
A few decades back, Googie style architecture was the rage for all of the coffee shop restaurants. Some of the big chain restaurants featuring it were Bob’s Big Boy and Azar’s Big Boy. If you were alive then, you remember them.
As the coronavirus quarantine ravages Los Angeles in terms of economic damage, we also find that we can see things we never thought we would see in this crowded city.
We’ve said quite a bit about Marina del Rey on Totally-LA. After all it’s one of our favorite places.
Chances are if you’re traveling to Southern California, the Malibu Pier is on your bucket list, but you haven’t even heard of the Malibu Lagoon State Beach. Trust me on this, you’re going to want to check it out.
When looking at the Los Angeles skyline from a distance, the tallest building in Los Angeles actually appears considerably shorter than it’s top competitors. And we do mean competitors.
Like Mamas and Papas sang in the song California Dreamin back in 1965, most of us have wished for the warm California sunshine on a cold winter day! Each year over 50 million tourists come to Los Angeles.
Visitors to White Point Beach in San Pedro will find a beach that is drastically different from its northern counterparts
Back in 1901, Angels Flight was a godsend to the wealthy residents of Los Angeles that lived on Bunker Hill. The hike up Bunker Hill is anything but easy!