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.
2020 is the year the Grinch Stole Christmas. But the Grinch isn’t the green monster out of the Dr. Seuss children’s story. The Grinch of 2020 wears a white lab coat or a suit and says he is here to protect us.
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.
If you’re looking for an excuse to head out to Venice and have some fun, and who isn’t, mark December 7th 2019 on your calendar for the Venice Sign Holiday Lighting Ceremony and Block Party.
The annual Hollywood Christmas Parade is approaching to signal the arrival of the holiday season in a spectacular and beautiful way.
The semi-tropical climate of Los Angeles doesn’t lend the city to a white Christmas, but what the city lacks in winter snow it more than makes up for in beauty and community spirit.
Christmas is coming fast, but if you can squeeze in a minute be sure to make it to Winter Glow in Grand Park. Christmas Day is the last day the interactive art exhibit/Christmas lights.
While the main Christmas events are over for the year in Manhattan Beach, you still want to swing by this luxurious beach town before the holidays are over.
I fell in love with Venice the first time I was there. And the love affair has only grown. I couldn’t let the Christmas Season pass without posting the famous Venice Sign decorated up in its Christmas lighting.