Frank Sinatra at Capitol Studios

Discover Frank Sinatra's Los Angeles

12/11/2013

Daniel Djang

Frank Sinatra was one of the world’s greatest performers of popular music, an artist who set the standard for generations to follow. Though he was known as “The Voice,” his prodigious talents let him wear many hats, including actor, producer, director, and conductor. During his six-decade career, Sinatra earned 11 GRAMMY Awards, three Oscars (including Best Supporting Actor), two Golden Globes, the Presidential Medal Of Honor and the Congressional Gold Medal, the nation’s highest award for a civilian. Read on for Los Angeles locations where you can experience the enduring legacy of the Chairman of the Board.

The 13 Scariest Places in Los Angeles

09/19/2013

Dearly Departed Tours

Los Angeles, the City of Angels... and devils, demons and ghosts. A city this large is bound to have its skeletons, and our job is to throw open the closet doors and acknowledge them. Below is a list of 13 terrifying locations. Some are fictional and some are very, very real. Like it or not, these scary places will always be a part of our history. Proceed with caution.

My LA to Z: Benjamin Bratt

08/21/2013

Los Angeles Magazine

The San Francisco raised actor on the local beach that changed his life, and the Italian spot he takes his wife for kid-free dates.

My LA to Z: Ludo Lefebvre

08/21/2013

Los Angeles Magazine

The French celebrity chef behind pop-up sensation LudoBites reveals his local surf spot, and the L.A. institution where he takes his wife for a double order of spicy penne with langoustines.

My LA to Z: Rob Lowe

08/20/2013

Los Angeles Magazine

Interviewed by Marielle Wakim

The "Parks and Rec" show-stealer loves Los Angeles - "literally." Here he tells us where to find great custard pie, how to travel in style, and who the real celebs are in this town.

My LA to Z: Mayim Bialik

08/20/2013

Los Angeles Magazine

Interviewed by Annelise Alexander

"The Big Bang Theory" funny girl, neuroscience Ph.D., and Los Angeles native fills us in on where she catches a comedy show and how she indulges her vegan leanings.

Discover LGBTQ History in Los Angeles

06/04/2013

Discover Los Angeles

Los Angeles has a long history of acceptance and groundbreaking advancements in the LGBTQ movement, including the world’s first LGBTQ parade in 1970. Along with the vibrant and active LGBTQ community, the City of Los Angeles celebrates LGBTQ Heritage Month every June. Explore Los Angeles through the lens of L.A.’s pioneering LGBT history.

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