Articles Tagged ‘beach’

Malibu’s Gladstones: Seafood With a View

Malibu’s Gladstones: Seafood With a View February 20, 2012 | Food, Nightlife, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Ready for your quintessential Los Angeles experience? Watch a gorgeous sunset disappear into the Pacific Ocean, feel gentle sea breezes ruffling through your hair, and breathe in fresh lobster and fish scents wafting from the bustling kitchen. Gladstones in Malibu, where the Pacific Coast Highway meets...

L.A. Bound? What to Pack for Winter

L.A. Bound? What to Pack for Winter December 18, 2011 | Travel Tips | Read More
Layers, layers, layers! It’s all about layering in Los Angeles because the sun’ll come out in the morning, brunch-time calls for slight showers, evening welcomes afternoon heat, and night calls forth a frigid breeze. Who says L.A. doesn’t have seasons, when we experience four seasons in 24 hours! Do...

Free Things to Do in LA

Free Things to Do in LA September 27, 2011 | Events, Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Forget cracking open the piggy bank to experience the best of LA. Check out these gratis activities to make your stay memorable and still have some dough left over to try a Pink’s hot dog. 1. Hike Due to LA’s predominantly “plastic” reputation, visitors tend to forget the magnificent natural...

Tender Greens Restaurant Opens in Santa Monica

Tender Greens Restaurant Opens in Santa Monica September 14, 2011 | Food, What's New | Read More
When my “in-the-know” roommate informed me that a Tender Greens restaurant had just opened last week in the heart of Santa Monica, I knew it was my duty as a newly inducted member to the “organic and sustainable foods” consumer club to check it out. Tender Greens acquires most of its produce...

The Sunken City — Point Fermin

The Sunken City — Point Fermin February 21, 2011 | Things to Do | Read More
Just to the east of Point Fermin in San Pedro, California, are the remains of a neighborhood that has been sliding into the sea since 1929. This “slump” is attributed to wave action and the presence of bentonite clay here, a material which has a propensity to become very slippery. A broken...

Camping by the Beach in the Southland

Camping by the Beach in the Southland March 29, 2010 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
The heat has already shown up and summer lies ahead of us. It’s time to start figuring out how to head to the beach when we can. If you are on a limited budget and enjoy the great outdoors then camping is a great option. Nothing helps to put it all in perspective like a little BBQ and beer by the...