Did you know? By now, almost everyone has heard that "Los Angeles" means "The Angels," but the original name for the city was "El Pueblo de Nuestra Senora Reina de los Angeles sobre el Rio Porciuncula."
Ranging from beachfront to mountainside, the Los Angeles metropolitan area is the second largest in the United States, offering its almost 20 million residents a seemingly endless variety of restaurants, theater and adventures. From family-friendly fun in Anaheim, to the nightclubs of Hollywood, to hiking in the Angeles National Forest, this is a city that can cater to the entertainment whims of almost every resident.
Check out some of the different neighborhoods LA has to offer.
Close to Union Station, this centrally located area makes commuting a breeze.
This is a hip, fast-paced neighborhood with plenty of nightlife.
With the La Brea Tarpits and the LA County Museum of Art both on Wilshire, there's plenty to see and do in this great downtown-adjacent neighborhood.
Three miles from the Getty Museum, this neighborhood has great local culture.
Thrillist recently published its Top 50 Essential Restaurants Every American Should Visit list – a treasure trove of American dining experiences that you should make sure to add to that ever-growing must-eat list. While you might think this means a list of high-end, totally out-of-budget restaurants, you’d be wrong. While some are expensive, many fall into the “sandwich you can’t miss” or “to-die-for BBQ” categories.
The United States has military bases all over the world, however most of America’s veterans come home to settle back into American life. Where do they chose to live upon their return? Using research gathered from The US Department of Veteran Affairs, ApartmentGuide.com has compiled the top 10 states with the most veterans. Thinking you’d […]
Are you one of Beyonce’s Single Ladies? Member of the Lonely Heart’s Club? Whether you celebrate your singleton status or just can’t find a decent date, having a bigger pool of eligible candidates to draw from certainly helps your chances. Apartment Guide has dug deep into the data to help uncover the cities where you […]
Life in a college town is appealing for those both in and out of school. This is paricularly true for cities with multiple colleges or large campuses. They tend to attract great nightlife, cheap eats and tons of cultural events. This combination is great for empty nesters, renters on budgets or anyone who appreciates multi-cultural learning […]
You don’t need a lot of money to have a little fun in Los Angeles. There are fun and free adventures at every turn. So whether you’re new in town or looking for new places to explore, it’s easy to get plugged in to all the amazing things this city has to offer. SEE THE […]