The best vintage streetlight art installation in Los Angeles isn’t at LACMA. No, the best public art focused on historic street lamps is called Vermonica and this Urban Candelabra now sits along the border of Silver Lake and East Hollywood.
The Hollywood Hawaiian Hotel, immortalized in Warren Zevon’s 1976 classic “Desperadoes Under the Eaves,” no longer exists. Instead, where it once stood, you can find the Princess Grace Apartments.
Four famous ladies of Hollywood history beckon you to walk Hollywood Boulevard and take in the stars along the Walk of Fame.
When it comes to donuts in Los Angeles, you many options. But right now, the Margarita from Trejo’s Donuts & Coffee is the best donut in town.
The Pacific Cinerama Dome, the world’s first concrete geodesic dome, has been a fixture on Sunset Boulevard since it first opened on November, 7 1963 when it famously premiered the star-studded “It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World.”
If you’ve spent any time in Los Angeles driving along The 101, then you’ve likely noticed the giant, illuminated cross on top of a hill in Hollywood. One day, we ventured up that hill for a closer look.