Allie Mac Kay's Los Angeles

10/04/2012

Allie Mac Kay

Los Angeles native Allie Mac Kay helps Angelenos start their day right on the KTLA Morning News. Here are Allie's picks for entertainment, cheap eats... and even a death-themed tour.

My L.A. to Z: Tony Hawk

10/04/2012

Los Angeles Magazine

The skateboarding superstar just opened a skate park in Long Beach, but Culver City is his favorite spot to hang.

Santa Monica

10/03/2012

Explore what Santa Monica, California has to offer. Southern California beaches, Santa Monica Pier, 3rd Street Promenade, Farmers' Markets and more!

Glow Arts Festival

10/03/2012

Experience Glow, the art festival where art meets ocean. A free dusk and beyond biannual art event in Santa Monica, California!

Visit Santa Monica

10/03/2012

Located between the ocean and Los Angeles, this beachside city softens the edges of the big-city experience by offering a relaxing alternative and a deep ocean-air breath of what the Los Angeles region has to offer.

Bob Santelli's Los Angeles

10/02/2012

Bob Santelli

Bob Santelli, Executive Director of the GRAMMY Museum and noted blues and rock historian, shares his favorite places to catch a concert, cheer on the home team and ride the waves.

My LA to Z: Dermot Mulroney

10/02/2012

Los Angeles Magazine

Interviewed by Shayna Rose Arnold

Dermot Mulroney has lived in Los Angeles for 26 years — long enough for the The Family Tree actor to know where to take his family to the beach, get his filet mignon properly butterflied, and enjoy an unlikely workout.

My L.A. to Z: Matt Greene

10/02/2012

Los Angeles Magazine

Interviewed by Taylor Norman

Although Los Angeles Kings defenseman Matt Greene says he doesn’t have much time for fun, he has managed to discover a handful of bars from downtown to Hermosa Beach. The 28-year-old also lets us in on his favorite meal and show in L.A.

My L.A. to Z: Holly Robinson Peete

10/02/2012

Los Angeles Magazine

Interviewed by Kari Mozena

Former host of The Talk Holly Robinson Peete got out the paintbrush to help volunteers revitalize the Watts Labor Community Action Committee Community Center (they received a grant of $50,000 from The Maxwell House Community Project). She was honored for her dedication to the autism community at The Miracle Project’s “Autism is Awesomism” concert at The Grove. The rest of the time, you’ll find Peete and her husband, former NFLer Rodney Peete catching flying shrimp in their mouths at Benihana with their four children.

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