Top Los Angeles Things to Do in November

From festive light shows to new art exhibits around the city, here are the best Los Angeles things to do this November. Edited by Christina Wiese. Ice at Santa Monica Opens Nov. 1. This 8,000 square foot outdoor skating rink in downtown Santa Monica brings holiday spirit to the beach. M-Th 2-10 p.m.; F 2 p.m.-midnight; […]

Where to Dine and Watch the World Series in Los Angeles

From specialty baseball-inspired cocktails to all-day happy hours, here are 10 places to eat and drink while watching the World Series in Los Angeles. Baldoria Bar + Kitchen | Downtown L.A. Head to Baldoria’s for an all-day happy hour on World Series game days, including $1 whiskey shots for every Dodger home run. The Little […]

Where to Eat at Dodger Stadium uring the World Series

By Vicki Arkoff, adapted from the June 2017 Where Los Angeles magazine. Peanuts and popcorn and … poke bowls? Yep, Base-Bowls are a thing now at Dodger Stadium, where new dining spaces and stands hope to score a home run. The Taste of L.A. menu features Vietnamese spring rolls, grilled mole beef skewers, ramen salad, sushi […]

Dining In: L.A.’s New Hotel Restaurants are Destinations unto Themselves

By Roger Grody, adapted from the September 2017 WHERE Los Angeles magazine Los Angeles is experiencing a flurry of hotel construction, with historic buildings reimagined as boutique hostelries and luxury brands transforming the skyline with glitzy towers. Not long ago, a hotel restaurant was the last place an ambitious chef would aspire to work—but now, […]

Best Orange County Halloween Events for 2017

From haunted mazes, hotels and houses to masquerade balls, here are 30+ Orange County Halloween events.   Haunt at Heritage Hill Oct. 13-14. Dare to be a part of the 10th annual Haunt at Heritage Hill. This event will include The Haunted School House Fright Maze, scream zones including The Joker’s Side Show Maze, the return […]

Making History: Behind the Scenes with Hamilton Star Michael Luwoye

By Suzanne Ennis, Where Los Angeles magazine Growing up in Huntsville, Alabama, Michael Luwoye didn’t aspire to a performing-arts career. “For a long time, I didn’t feel like I fit into what theater people do—I didn’t have the temperament. I’m not a very extroverted person,” he explains. So it’s delightfully ironic that he made his Broadway debut in […]