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Head to Ye Olde King’s Head 150 150 admin

Head to Ye Olde King’s Head

Needing a taste of Jolly Old England but find yourself up to your knickers in Los Angeles tour plans then head over to Ye Olde King’s Head in Santa Monica to share a pint of ale with folks who know a lorry from a truck and a lift from an elevator. You can also seek…

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Where’s the Wine? 150 150 admin

Where’s the Wine?

Where's the wine? You get to choose which winery to visit on the Sideways private tour.

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Umami – A Fifth Dimension 150 150 admin

Umami – A Fifth Dimension

Los Angeles can easily claim to be the Hamburger Capital of the World because is has beautiful year round weather and a hamburger stand or restaurant on just about every corner.  Take a walk, grab a burger.  Meet a friend, grab a burger. Waiting for the light to change, grab a burger.  Los Angeles can also…

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Catch Some Rye with Brunch at Caulfield’s 150 150 admin

Catch Some Rye with Brunch at Caulfield’s

Saturdays and Sundays. Brunch service is available now every weekend at Caulfield’s, the Thompson Beverly Hills’ new literary-inspired American bistro, headed by chef Cody Diegel. Start with homemade coffee cake (it’s a must) and continue savoring your weekend over dishes such as the Caulfield’s Benedict (jumbo crab, poached eggs, hollandaise on toasted brioche with avocado); blueberry…

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H’wood by helo 150 150 admin

H’wood by helo

Some showbiz hopefuls arrive by bus and others by helicopter.

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Red Hot Patriot: The Kick-Ass Wit of Molly Ivins 150 150 admin

Red Hot Patriot: The Kick-Ass Wit of Molly Ivins

Through February 12th at the Geffen Playhouse Kathleen Turner as Molly Ivins After the best Los Angeles tour you can imagine it is now time to sit down in a comfortable theater and see a real movie star treading the boards and recreating a character you love. Two-time Tony and Oscar nominee Kathleen Turner sizzles…

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Fly Through the Air with the Greatest of Ease 150 150 admin

Fly Through the Air with the Greatest of Ease

Be a daring thrillseeker on the flying trapeze. You wonder if you have tried all the things to do in Los Angeles, well I doubt you have swayed from a thin bar suspended over a safety net. At Rich Gaona’s Trapeze Workshop you can enjoy a single lesson or train to join the circus (or,…

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Comedy Birth – No Pushing Required 150 150 admin

Comedy Birth – No Pushing Required

January 19th, 8:00 p.m. (and every other Thursday after that) at the Comedy Central Stage in Santa Monica see Jill Solloway and her crazy friends, frenemies and complete strangers bring to the stage brand new, untried and untested, raw comedy.  It is a Frankenstein’s laboratory of funniness and you get to see it being created.…

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Secret Stairway to Heaven (Shhhh!) 150 150 admin

Secret Stairway to Heaven (Shhhh!)

Los Angeles is famous for its gym culture. But if you’re intimidated by all the hard bods at Gold’s — or if you just want to take the jogging path less traveled — the city’s network of historic staircases is an ideal way to stay fit. Not going anywhere but enjoying the walk City planners originally installed the…

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Hollywood’s Own Wilshire Boulevard Temple 150 150 admin

Hollywood’s Own Wilshire Boulevard Temple

Established in 1862, Congregation B’nai B’rith is the oldest reform synagogue in Los Angeles. Its home is the Wilshire Boulevard Temple, a striking, stately structure on the edge of what’s now a congested stretch in Koreatown. Built in 1929, the temple was designed by A.M. Edelman, son of the congregation’s first rabbi, Abraham Edelman. During the…

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