For our first podcast episode, we discuss the absurd 1997 disaster flick Volcano, which, as it turns out, has a lot to say about ’90s Los Angeles and its new subway line.
The Museum of Jurassic Technology is one of our favorite places in Los Angeles. But what exactly *is* it?
Downtown Los Angeles holds a fascinating relic of what might have been. Follow us on a tour of a future unrealized: the Pedway.
Based out of Highland Park, Ashley Marie Garcia publishes Brown Girl Travels, a travel magazine presenting the stories and art of women of color. Join us for our interview with her, where we discuss her work, memorable travel experiences, growing up in Northeast L.A., and how the educational system often fails brown girls.
The southern tip of Los Angeles offers much for the visitor, from beautiful coastline to hilly neighborhoods to fascinating historical sites and surprising finds.
Atop Griffith Park’s hills are three unique gardens, each created by driven individuals who left their mark on the park. Come explore these beautiful havens and learn about the history of how they came to be.
With the start of the Spring Semester at UCLA, we head to Westwood for a walking tour of what this active neighborhood has to offer.
City of Ghosts offers a uniquely intimate and charming look at life in Los Angeles. In this post, we proudly present our guide to the locations featured in the show, as well as an interview with show creator Elizabeth Ito.
After a rough year, Chinatown needs our love now then ever. Join us for our walking tour of the highlights of the neighborhood, including beautiful temples, intricate architecture, lively markets, and great restaurants.
Photographer Brenda Escobar captures the nostalgic beauty of much of Los Angeles, from her home neighborhood of Reseda to the Toy District of Downtown LA. In this post, we discuss her artwork, her upbringing in the Valley, her favorite places to visit, and the travails of going to FedEx.