Open for nearly a year, Eataly L.A. is worth the drive across town, with fantastic restaurants, desserts, coffees and a market stocked with everything needed to make an amazing Italian meal at home.
A eight hour drive from Burbank, the North Rim of the Grand Canyon provides a unique and less crowded experience of one of the most popular National Parks in the country.
Page, AZ, is a good base camp for Glen Canyon National Recreation Center and Dam, Lake Powell, Horseshoe Bend, the Navajo Bridge, Antelope Canyon, Rainbow Bridge, Vermilion Cliffs and Grand Staircase-Escalante.
Bryce Canyon National Park provides a scenic drive with multiple overlooks and some challenging and visually spectacular hikes through colorful sandstone hoodoos and naturally-formed amphitheaters, for a great way to Get Out of Town!
Seven hours drive from Burbank, Zion National Park is a scenic wonder with a range of experiences for visitors, from easy to extremely challenging.
The short trek to the lush hilltop oasis of Amir's Garden is a popular hike year round and particularly welcoming on hot days.
The Glendale Youth Orchestra's season finale features a Mozart Symphony and four concerto winners on cello, flute and violin.
The contemporary, accessible neo-Dadaist art exhibit runs through May 13 at The Broad.
Gam Tu Bop's superior rice balls and Cauldron Ice Cream's unique puffle cone concoctions are two terrific treats to try in Glendale.
With over 20" of new snowfall this past week, Mammoth Mountain will be a popular way to get out of town in coming weeks.
The legendary Caioti Pizza Cafe serves up excellent food daily in Tujunga Village, since moving from its original location in Laurel Canyon about 10 years ago.
The L.A. Zoo Lights holiday event runs evenings through January 7.