• By LA Times   -   Sep 20, 2019

    AS HOLLYWOOD ENTERS AWARDS SEASON, TWO RISING STARS IN THE PUBLICITY MACHINE ARE MAKING A NAME FOR THEMSELVES

    Special Projects, founded by two former magazine editors, is part of a new generation of event planners that is shaking up the celebrity...

    Star, Celebrity, Celebration, Event
  • By LA Times   -   Sep 20, 2019

    SAN DIEGO AIRPORT'S BAGGAGE NANNY MAKES STORING LUGGAGE EASIER

    Baggage Nanny has kiosks at the airport where you can drop off your bags until you need them.

    Bags, Bag
  • By LA Times   -   Sep 20, 2019

    FOUR HOURS: SAVORING THE STROLL IN UPTOWN WHITTIER

    The family-friendly streets of Painter and Greenleaf are lined with towering, deciduous trees that might feel foreign in Greater Los...

    Family, Home, Los Angeles
  • By LA Times   -   Sep 20, 2019

    SERENITY, NOW: WHERE TO FIND A QUIET SPOT AMID THE BUSTLE OF L.A

    As little as five minutes of quiet can be restorative, but where can you be alone amid the roughly 25 million people in Southern California?

    People
  • By LA Times   -   Sep 20, 2019

    WE MET AT 'CANCER CAMP.' SATURDAY, WE'RE GETTING MARRIED

    I can't help but think that cancer - this horrible disease - is what brought us together.

  • By LA Times   -   Sep 20, 2019

    EVERYONE'S TRASH IS THIS WOMAN'S TREASURE

    Dumpster diving is, for some, a self-perpetuating way of life. It's about being self-reliant, yes, but it's being mindful of how waste...

    Life, Diving
  • By LA Times   -   Sep 20, 2019

    EXPECT GOLD ON EMMYS RED CARPET AS ST. JUDE PINS HELP RAISE CHILDHOOD CANCER AWARENESS

    The St. Jude's pin red carpet push, led by the Red Carpet Advocacy agency, is meant to raise childhood cancer awareness at Sunday's...

    Gold
  • By LA Times   -   Sep 19, 2019

    MAMMOTH GETS FIRST SNOW OF THE SEASON AFTER A VERY SHORT SUMMER

    Sierra storm first frosts Lake Tahoe, then swings down to leave a Thursday dusting in Mammoth Lakes. Can ski season be far behind?...

    Skiing, Ski
  • By LA Times   -   Sep 19, 2019

    WHAT SWEETER PLACE TO WELCOME NEW CITIZENS THAN YOSEMITE'S HALF DOME?

    Yosemite and other national parks have been hosting naturalization ceremonies since 2006.

    National Parks
  • By LA Times   -   Sep 19, 2019

    ESCAPES: IS SAN FRANCISCO'S NORTH BEACH AT LOW TIDE?

    Is the Italian flavor of North Beach ebbing? This and how to stay at the real "Downton Abbey," and where you'll find its equally amazing...

    San Francisco, Beach
  • By LA Times   -   Sep 19, 2019

    DRIVEN: THESE ROCKSTAR SPORTS CARS ARE FAST, FURIOUS - AND AFFORDABLE

    How two low-volume, high-quality two-seaters have survived decades of company budget cuts.

    Cars, Car
  • By LA Times   -   Sep 19, 2019

    COLORFUL FASHION. SOCIAL CAUSES. JADEN SMITH TEAMS UP WITH STANCE ON NEW THEMED POP-UP SHOP

    Retail Happenings: "Louis Vuitton X" extends its stay in Beverly Hills; Chanel's beauty store at Palisades Village gets a revamp; and...

    Vuitton, Chanel, Beauty, Shopping, Louis Vuitton, Fashion
  • By LA Times   -   Sep 19, 2019

    CATHERINE O'HARA ON 'SCHITT'S CREEK' AND THE CULT OF MOIRA ROSE: 'I'M SURPRISED BY THE WHOLE THING.'

    In Moira Rose, the matriarch of the Emmy-nominated "Schitt's Creek," Catherine O'Hara has found the role of a lifetime and created...

    Fashion
  • By LA Times   -   Sep 19, 2019

    FALL FASHION TRENDS: STYLISH DETAILS MATTER - AND ARE EVERYTHING THIS SEASON

    Give your outfits for the new season a pop by paying attention to the little things.

    Fashion
  • By LA Times   -   Sep 18, 2019

    STAY OVERNIGHT AT HIGHCLERE CASTLE, THE REAL-LIFE DOWNTON ABBEY

    Experience the "Downton Abbey" setting on custom tours - or even stay in Highclere Castle, where the PBS drama was filmed.

    Tour, Life
  • By LA Times   -   Sep 18, 2019

    WYNN-ENCORE IN LAS VEGAS TO DROP VALET PARKING FEES. YEP, BACK TO FREE PARKING

    The twin Las Vegas resorts are getting rid of parking fees imposed two years ago

    Resort, Las Vegas
  • By LA Times   -   Sep 18, 2019

    FOR THE WEEKEND, ART FAIRS, CRAFT FAIRS, BEACH CLEANUP AND MORE, ALL NEAR L.A

    A compendium of events in the Southland

    Weekends, Beach, Event, Art
  • By LA Times   -   Sep 18, 2019

    RE-ENACTING A PAST WHERE CATTLE WERE KING IN THE SOUTH BAY AND CALIFORNIA'S PRESIDENT LIVED IN MEXICO

    A battle re-enactment from California's era of rancho landholders, complete with cattle roping and kids activities, is happening next...

  • By LA Times   -   Sep 17, 2019

    BROWSING: SHOPPING FOR RUGS WITH INTERIOR DESIGNER ADAM HUNTER

    L.A. interior designer Adam Hunter goes shopping for rugs

    Shopping, Design
  • By LA Times   -   Sep 17, 2019

    NEW YORK FASHION WEEK: THE 4 STANDOUT MOMENTS THAT MADE THIS FASHION WEEK MATTER

    Janelle Monáe dancing on tables at Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger at the Apollo and Tom Ford on the subway were a few of the moments...

    Tom Ford, Fashion, New York, Fashion week