Articles Tagged ‘Diversity’

Hollywood Hills Horseback Ride

Hollywood Hills Horseback Ride November 7, 2011 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Trotting on a beautiful horse, up and down deserted wildlife-filled hills on a crisp autumn evening as a colorful pink and orange sun retreats into the horizon. Sounds like somewhere in the middle of Utah or Colorado, doesn’t it? Gallop no further than LA’s own Sunset Ranch Hollywood, established...

Plan Your Los Angeles “Indian Theme Night”

Plan Your Los Angeles “Indian Theme Night” September 21, 2011 | Events, Food, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Lata Mangeshkar’s voice lilting out of our speakers as we drove down the 5 freeway on Friday night, marked the beginning of Indian theme night. We walked into India Sweets and Spices in Atwater Village, which is the best AUTHENTIC vegetarian South Indian restaurant in LA. If you like your Indian with...

Exploring Downtown Los Angeles

Exploring Downtown Los Angeles September 11, 2011 | Food, Nightlife, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
My cousin flew in from Boston, and I’m always on the lookout for places to entertain that are new to me AND my guest. I decided on spending a Saturday evening in Downtown LA, to avoid the much-maligned Labor Day weekend beach traffic. We started the evening off by taking in an independent flick at...

L.A. Supermarket Confidential

L.A. Supermarket Confidential August 26, 2010 | Food, Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Grocery shopping in Los Angeles is an experience in itself. Forget Vons, Ralphs, and Albertsons; there is a whole world of both good deals and  international food products to find in a variety of Los Angeles supermarkets that leave those big chains in the dust. The underlying fact is that California,...

Los Angeles Seen Through Electronic Maps

Los Angeles Seen Through Electronic Maps April 15, 2010 | Things to Do, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
Remember before the internet, smart phones and GPS, when we used to rely so much on maps? People still use paper maps to navigate the American freeway system. And those without iPhones use paper maps to navigate unfamiliar cities (although print-outs from google maps are popular in that context). Electronic...