Big Bus Tours Launches in SoCal
Mar29

Big Bus Tours Launches in SoCal

Big Bus Tours, the world’s largest privately-owned operator of open-top sightseeing tours launched in Los Angeles, providing visitors with a premier introduction to the “City of Angels,” with entertaining commentary from live guides; a never-before-available experience in L.A. Technology advancements Big Bus Tours has implemented in the last few years, include a Free Big Bus Tours app with digital content to aid travelers plan their...

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Preparing For Earthquakes
Mar29

Preparing For Earthquakes

Five years ago, a magnitude 5.1 earthquake struck on the Puente Hills fault in La Habra and produced shaking felt across several Southern California counties. More than a hundred aftershocks followed during the next few days, including a magnitude 4.1 quake just a few miles away. The 2014 La Habra quake delivered a reminder to Southern Californians that even moderate earthquakes can cause damage—in this case, power outages, ruptured...

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Pedal On The Pier
Mar13

Pedal On The Pier

WHAT: The Pedal on the Pier fundraiser transforms Santa Monica Pier into a high energy outdoor cycling studio to raise money for the foundation’s Camp Ubuntu, which provides LA’s underprivileged children with a unique camp experience. The lessons and experiences these children learn at Camp Ubuntu enrich their lives and empower them with necessary skills needed to better themselves at home, across their communities and...

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Beastly Ball
Mar11

Beastly Ball

The Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association (GLAZA) announces Dr. Sylvia Earle, marine biologist, explorer, author, and lecturer, who is known for her dedication to protecting the ocean and its wildlife, as its honoree for the 2019 Beastly Ball. Considered “one the most important fund-raisers” by the Los Angeles Times, the Beastly Ball is being held on Saturday, May 18, 2019, and is critical to the fulfillment of the Los Angeles...

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Close-To-Home Spring Break Escape
Mar11

Close-To-Home Spring Break Escape

Spring Break might only be seven days long, but just one day in Little Tokyo provides endless possibilities for exploration and exposure to another culture without having to leave Los Angeles. With unlimited eateries, museums, exhibitions, and an outdoor walking retail district, Go Little Tokyo provides a convenient and budget-friendly adventure close to home. Experience an action-packed day of memorable experiences and immersive...

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