Pennywise the Dancing Clown from "It"

Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood: Horror Made Here

09/21/2017

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As part of the expanded offerings, Horror Made Here will include the Neibolt House from the wildly popular The IT Experience: Neibolt House Hollywood, which is moving to the Warner Bros. Studio backlot as part of this special Halloween seasonal event.

Tasting room at Los Angeles Aleworks

Tap Into L.A.'s Second Wave Breweries

09/14/2017

Hope Ewing

In the past three years, countless local breweries with tasting rooms have popped up all over Los Angeles. The equation works again and again: an industrial space, visible fermentation tanks behind a friendly staffed bar, picnic tables, giant Jenga games, and food trucks parked outside. Throw in L.A.’s climate and you have a recipe for year-round, relaxed enjoyment of quality craft beer right from the source.

Pioneers such as Angel City, Smog City and Eagle Rock Breweries continue to serve up great beers in a fun atmosphere - they're still well worth a visit. The following breweries are continuing the tradition, bringing the neighborhood beer garden to Angelenos from the San Gabriel Valley to the South Bay.

Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood

Get Ready for the Scariest Halloween Horror Nights Ever

09/13/2017

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This year's Halloween Horror Nights features more mazes than ever, with eight terrifying experiences based on iconic films and acclaimed TV series, including "American Horror Story: Roanoke," Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining," and "Ash vs Evil Dead."

The Public House at Angel City Brewery

Discover the Hidden Gems of the Arts District

09/05/2017

Liz Ohanesian

In some respects, the Arts District in Downtown L.A. is one big hidden gem. Save for the relatively recent addition of One Santa Fe, there's not much here that screams "Shop here!" or "Eat here!" Restaurants and stores are tucked away in old buildings. Parties happen inside former warehouse spaces. Signage is often easy to miss when you're busy staring at massive murals or stenciled sidewalks. In general, the Arts District takes more time to explore than other L.A. neighborhoods and it's big enough where you might want to split it up into multiple trips. While you're here, keep on the lookout for these local treasures.

Fireworks at Battleship IOWA during L.A. Fleet Week

The Guide to L.A. Fleet Week at the L.A. Waterfront

08/31/2017

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L.A. Fleet Week® is a celebration of U.S. armed forces at the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro. The four-day festival will host active military ships along the L.A. Waterfront and feature public ship tours, military exhibits, aerial demos, live music and entertainment, food and fireworks, educational programs, and more.

Metro Bike Share at Battleship IOWA

The Best Labor Day Weekend Events in Los Angeles

08/21/2017

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Celebrated on the first Monday in September, Labor Day marks the unofficial end of summer. In Los Angeles, the three-day holiday weekend is packed with great events across the city. From concerts to festivals, parties and college football, read on for our guide to the best events happening in L.A. on Labor Day Weekend.

Red Car River Park

Discover the Hidden Gems of Atwater Village

08/16/2017

Liz Ohanesian

Atwater Village is small, but it's packed with hidden gems. The neighborhood is located right by the L.A. River and that alone will give outdoorsy types lots to explore. It's a neighborhood with a music history memorialized in the mural portrait of late Beastie Boy MCA and a future that's being forged inside nearby Swing House Studios. For being such a small neighborhood, Atwater Village's bar game is strong and includes spots where you can check out up-and-coming local talent too. Whether you're looking for an afternoon adventure or a dose of L.A. nightlife, Atwater Village has you covered.

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