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Bread at The Rose Café & Restaurant

Where to Find the Best Artisan Bread in Los Angeles

03/01/2016

Joshua Lurie

The Los Angeles bread world has changed drastically since Nancy Silverton launched La Brea Bakery in 1989. Now that company has gone national under Aryzta’s direction, and LBB’s legacy has impacted many of the city’s bakers. Of course, other bakeries and bakers have inspired and influenced a new generation. The current batch of artisan bread bakers simultaneously utilize modern traditions and pay respects to the past by using time-tested techniques and now incorporate ancient grains that impact flavor, texture, and nutrition. If you’re looking to buy a loaf for home, learn about 10 of your best bets.

Fanfare Fountains at San Pedro Gateway

The 48-Hour Guide to Romantic Los Angeles

03/01/2016

Esther Tseng

There are many different Los Angeles neighborhoods worth exploring, but for a 48-hour stint, you’re going to want to pick a pair that have differing feels from each other. The first day, look to Mid-City West, a great district with a metropolitan but relaxed feel. Then, head south to San Pedro to discover the city’s main harbor and its community. Read on for your 48-hour guide to romantic Los Angeles.

El Matador State Beach at sunset

The 72-Hour Guide to Romantic Los Angeles

02/28/2016

Esther Tseng

Whether you’re local or visiting from afar, Los Angeles is the perfect destination to be whisked away with a loved one. But every rendezvous requires a little planning. Fortunately, we’ve got a few itineraries to help create that romantic getaway for a three-day weekend of bliss with the one who matters the most.

Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem

The 72-Hour Guide to Family Friendly Los Angeles

02/28/2016

Leslee Komaiko

No matter your family’s interests - sports, theme parks, art, science, outdoor play, shopping - Los Angeles delivers in a big way. And with nearly 300 days of sun a year, nothing is going to stop your family from fully partaking of the city’s seemingly infinite attractions. Read on for our 72-hour guide to Family Friendly Los Angeles.

Redwood tree at Clifton’s

The 48-Hour Guide to Family Friendly Los Angeles

02/28/2016

Leslee Komaiko

No matter your family’s interests - sports, theme parks, art, science, outdoor play, shopping - Los Angeles delivers in a big way. And with nearly 300 days of sun a year, nothing is going to stop your family from fully partaking of the city’s seemingly infinite attractions. Read on for our 48-hour guide to Family Friendly Los Angeles.

Hollywood Sign viewed from horseback

The 24-Hour Guide to Family Friendly Los Angeles

02/28/2016

Leslee Komaiko

No matter your family’s interests - sports, theme parks, art, science, outdoor play, shopping - Los Angeles delivers in a big way. And with nearly 300 days of sun a year, nothing is going to stop your family from fully partaking of the city’s seemingly infinite attractions. Read on for our 24-hour guide to Family Friendly Los Angeles.

Rolls-Royce at Black & White Car Rental

The 48-Hour Guide to Luxury Los Angeles

02/28/2016

Gabrielle Olya

Fully embrace the glitz and glamour of Los Angeles at some of the country’s finest restaurants, spas and attractions. Even if you’re not a celebrity, you can spend two days living like one with this 48-hour guide to the finest things L.A. has to offer.

Private suite at STAPLES Center

The 24-Hour Guide to Luxury Los Angeles

02/28/2016

Gabrielle Olya

Fully embrace the glitz and glamour of Los Angeles at some of the country’s finest restaurants, spas and attractions. Even if you’re not a celebrity, you can spend a day living like one with this 24-hour guide to the finest things L.A. has to offer.

Marina Del Rey yacht rental by Luxury Liners

The 72-Hour Guide to Luxury Los Angeles

02/25/2016

Gabrielle Olya

Fully embrace the glitz and glamour of Los Angeles at some of the country’s finest restaurants, spas and attractions. Even if you’re not a celebrity, you can spend three days living like one with this 72-hour guide to the finest things L.A. has to offer.

Getty Villa courtyard

The 72-Hour Guide to Budget Los Angeles

02/25/2016

Discover Los Angeles

Los Angeles is renowned as the Entertainment Capital of the World, home to celebrities and a global destination for luxury. But that doesn’t mean visitors can’t experience everything that L.A. has to offer without breaking the bank. From world-class museums to multicultural dining, read on for our 72-hour guide to visiting Los Angeles on a budget.

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