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‘Donnadorable’ goes on a hunt for celebrities in LA
Donna Farizan hit the streets of LA in search of celebrity sightings… Continue Reading Article
The Wall Street Journal
Spring comes early to Southern California, but it’s easy to miss while driving down Wilshire Boulevard in a climate-controlled car. That all changes on a bicycle, especially when you’re grinding up the hills of Bel Air – passing more blooming magnolias than you’d ever imagine could thrive in a semidesert… Continue Reading Article
Los Angeles may be the capital of entertainment, but it’s also a city that thrives on sports, the arts and a multicultural food scene. Plus, it has a fascinating history backed by an ever-evolving skyline and swaying fan palms…Continue Reading Article
The World’s Most Entertaining Tour Guide
“A reporter’s lot is not easy, making exciting stories out of plain, average, ordinary people like Robin and me.” These are the words of Batman, played by Adam West in the ’60s TV series. They come to mind in Griffith Park – high in the Hollywood Hills – as we discover the original bat cave. Our guide is Eric from Bikes and Hikes LA. Eric is quite the joker… Continue Reading Article
What would a perfect tour of L.A. in a day include? Danny Roman thinks he has it figured out, and it doesn’t involve maps of the stars’ homes or double-decker buses…Continue Reading Article
“I’m the poster child for a car-free L.A.!” our tour guide, Ryan Bartz, said as she led our motley crew through the coastal suburb of Santa Monica on rented bikes.
We were approaching the half-way point in our 32-mile L.A. in a Day tour…Continue Reading Article
As winter seeps in, the mild year-round temperatures of Los Angeles make it the ideal city to explore by bike or foot — and yet the land of freeways still has some of the worst traffic in the country, second only to D.C., according to a recent study…Continue Reading Article
The Boston Globe
This outfitter proves Los Angeles isn’t only for cars. Offerings include LA in a Day, Legendary Homes, and Hollywood, which departs from the Hollywood Walk of Fame…Continue Reading Article
When people think of visiting Los Angeles or New York, cycling down the Hollywood Hills or riding through Chelsea aren’t usually the first images that come to mind (exploring Venice and Santa Monica in a rental, or hailing a cab for some Soho shopping might be more like it)…Continue Reading Article
When my friend from Los Angeles suggests I attempt an all-day, 32-mile bike ride in Los Angeles, I think he’s joking. “Bike riding?” I laugh, “in LA? Land of crazy drivers and smog?” Hardly sounds like a healthy way to explore the city…Continue Reading Article
Los Angeles is a magical place, known for celebrity sightings, beaches and sunshine. But it is also known for traffic, smog and gridlock – and first-time visitors often comment that the town seems to have been built as much for the convenience of automobiles as for people…Continue Reading Article
“Are you walking?” the parking attendant at the Culver Hotel asks, furrowing his brow in concern. “It’s going to take, like, 20 minutes.”
Cue the 1982 song Walking in L.A. and its refrain “Nobody walks in L.A.,”…Continue Reading Article
CBS Channel 8 San Diego
In a city where traffic is a nightmare, a company in West Hollywood has come with an eco-friendly way to see the sights of L.A.
It’s hard to imagine in a carmaggedon metropolis like Los Angeles, where gridlock is a given, that nobody has thought of this idea until now … Continue Reading Article
Luxury Rental Group
Exercise is a big key to healthy living, yet it is something we often forget to participate in while vacationing, leading to a few extra pounds “suddenly” appearing where we need them the least upon our return home! Some of us, however, realize that vacationing isn’t an excuse for not working out, and we find ways to incorporate some exercise into our vacation shenanigans. Los Angeles biking is a great way to do just that and enjoy some of Los Angeles’s outdoor activities! … Continue Reading Article