The campus of Caltech has been a welcome respite for Pasadena residents during the pandemic, offering a tranquil setting for walks. In this post, we take a tour and show you the most interesting sights on campus.
It’s going to be a long time before we can do anything indoors. So how about a nice, quiet game of mini golf? In this post, we explore South Pasadena’s stretch of the Arroyo Seco.
On a hill in Northeast LA is one the city’s largest parks, with beautiful views and intriguing history. This is our climb to the top of Debs Park.
Mt. Washington is one of the most charming neighborhoods in Los Angeles, with many stairways that take you up its beautiful hillsides. This tour shows you the sights this tranquil neighborhood has to offer.
South Pasadena is the ultimate personification of idyllic Americana, at least as far as Hollywood was concerned. In our Halloween-themed walking tour, we explore the picturesque streets and delightful local businesses of this charming locale.
East LA is one of the most tight-knit communities in all of Los Angeles. In this post, we share our perspectives of the community, both from a newcomer and a native.
The Colorado Street Bridge is a famous and beautiful icon of Pasadena. But while many people have seen the bridge, few venture down to the beautiful park beneath the bridge.
On the edge of Chinatown is a beautiful new park that sits on one of the most historically significant sites in all of Los Angeles. Here we explore the site’s history, what the park has to offer, and what the future might hold.
Union Station is the hub of LA’s transit system, serving thousands of people every day, But tucked around the corners of the building are hidden delights few take the time to enjoy.
Hidden above the Arroyo Seco Freeway is a stone castle, which was once the home of the fascinating character who founded the Southwest Museum.