1930s red silk chiffon dress at Paper Moon Vintage

The Best Vintage Stores in L.A. for Classy Parties

12/26/2018

Liz Ohanesian

Charlie Roquette is an elegant Highland Park boutique that carries mostly vintage clothing with a modern, bohemian vibe. The collection is nicely edited, so you won't have to sift through loads of racks to find what you want, and may include designer pieces. The shop also carries a few new items, including jewelry to accessorize your evening look.

5712 N. Figueroa St., Los Angeles 90042

L.A. Original at LAX Terminal 1

LAX Holiday Gift Guide for 2018

12/06/2018

Discover Los Angeles

For travelers squeezing in one last trip before the holidays, LAX has created a handy gift guide featuring items made in and inspired by Los Angeles.

"Kaiju vs Heroes" at the Japanese American National Museum

Eat, Shop, Play in Little Tokyo

11/28/2018

Discover Los Angeles

It’s easy to support local businesses this holiday season, especially in the extremely walkable Little Tokyo. Read on for our Eat, Shop, Play guide to this historic Downtown L.A. neighborhood.

Santa Claus at Westfield

The Best Places to Visit Santa in Los Angeles

11/27/2018

Jen Hadley

Green, grumpy, and Who-ville’s resident Santa impostor, The Grinch™ and his one-antler sidekick Max have stolen Santa’s spotlight at Universal Studios Hollywood™! Photo opportunities available at Grinchmas™ with The Grinch, Max and a 65-foot Seuss-inspired Christmas tree. While you’re there, be sure to enjoy the festive nightly snowfall at Christmas in The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™. Advance tickets to Holidays at Universal Studios Hollywood are available online.

Secret Headquarters in Silver Lake

Things to Do in Los Angeles During Comic-Con

07/12/2018

Discover Los Angeles

What better way to celebrate the child within all of us than at the extraordinary The Jim Henson Exhibition: Imagination Unlimited, on view until September 2 at the Skirball Cultural Center in Brentwood. The exhibition features “more than 100 objects and twenty-five historic puppets—including Kermit the Frog, Rowlf, Ernie and Bert, Grover, and other popular favorites” celebrating the peerless Jim Henson and his world-class team of creators with whom he “created an unparalleled body of work that continues to delight and inspire people of all ages to create a kinder and gentler world.” The traveling exhibition was made possible by the George Lucas Family Foundation and Cheryl Henson. For the Star Wars obsessive, think of it as witnessing the birth of Yoda (we kid—any would be Comic-Conventioneer knows how important Henson and his generation-spanning creations are).

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