Where are the Fires in Los Angeles

Where are the Fires in Los Angeles and Southern California _____________________ December is typically our worst month for fires, and this year is obviously no exception. Los Angeles is surrounded by hills and mountains, in fact, the Santa Monica Mountain Range cuts our city in half. These hills remain extremely dry for the majority of the year, and December is when our notorious Santa Ana winds can really kick up. These are the strong devil winds that affect the Southern California Coastline, as they develop inland. Like any disaster, when people see these fires on the news, it looks as though all of California is on fire. Glitterati Tours has been fielding calls and emails from visitors wondering about the 

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Raven and the Willow Photography

We thrive on showcasing all things L.A., but when something like the Raven and the Willow Photography comes along, we are thrilled to let clients know about their services.   A few years back, Bryan was one of the original guides here at Glitterati Tours of Beverly Hills.  He lived a comfortable life here in West Hollywood with his beautiful wife Jenni-Kate.  Over-time, they grew creatively towards Manhattan, New York, and its incredible performer lifestyle.  Just minutes away, they now call Weehawken, New Jersey their home. When not on production with Broadway and Off-Broadway shows, comedy clubs, and showcases, Jenni-Kate and Bryan have created an amazing photography company called the Raven and the Willow. As a special duo (Jenni-Kate as 

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Brunch in Beverly Hills

Brunch in Beverly Hills ——————————- If there’s one thing we Angelenos thrive on, it’s leisurely dining. The one constant observation from guests during our private Beverly Hills and L.A. tours is, “Does anyone work in this town?” All the cafés are jam-packed with people enjoying their downtime. Just drive down 3rd Street with the tons of afternoon hotspots, or go by Urth Caffe on Melrose Avenue….morning, noon, or night, and see the throngs of L.A. folks having salads, lattes, or pastries at this see-and-be-seen corner location in West Hollywood. Brunch in Beverly Hills on the weekends is really something special. We just had the champagne and seafood-heavy brunch at The Peninsula, and it was AMAZING. ***NOTE: The service here is 

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Exercise Charity Event in West Hollywood

We’ve Got the Perfect Exercise Charity Event For You in West Hollywood! ——————————– We get that vacation is often for relaxation and to have some well deserved “me” time – but if you find yourself in Los Angeles on the 11th of November and wanting to do a little something for others we have the perfect event for you to pop into. Los Angeles is really good for a handful of experiences that make our city so unique. Some of these include celebrity sightings, fitness classes, and surprisingly enough – giving back. If you find yourself needing a sweat session you may want to stop into Training Mate, the HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) gym that was recently voted West 

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Marino Ristorante Los Angeles for Great Italian Food and Service

Marino Ristorante Los Angeles is a Must for Lovers of Great Italian Food Los Angeles, essentially, is a city of spotlights. When you drive up and down streets such as Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood Boulevard, and Rodeo Drive, you see countless restaurants, patisseries, stores, and shops begging for attention. Celebrities who stop in, often draw crowds and bring the spotlight and excitement. Locals and tourists alike flock to where they hear the next A-list sighting or hot-spot may be… While the hustle and bustle of these places can turn into an exciting night out, it is sometimes the quiet places tucked away that may show you one of your best Los Angeles evenings yet. Minutes away from the highly trafficked Hollywood 

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Summer dineLA Restaurants Around Los Angeles

Look Into the Best in Dining with Summer dineLA Restaurants Around Los Angeles. Yes, contrary to popular belief, locals (known as Angelenos) do in fact eat.  We love our food, and the perfect time to experience the best that our city has to offer is during our summer dineLA experience from July 14th-28th.  Once called dineLA week, this popular culinary excursion is now 2 weeks in duration. With over 300 restaurants participating, enjoy 2+course lunches for $15, $20, and $25.  Dinners are set at 3+courses at $29, $39, $49 and $95+ with the dineLA Exclusive Series.  This special selection of restaurants sponsored by American Express, includes hotspots like Chaya Downtown, Cut by Wolfgang Puck, ink., Melissa, Providence (consistently voted the 

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Summer Things to do in Los Angeles

There are countless summer things to do in Los Angeles, Beverly Hills and Santa Monica.  It’s only April 23rd, and it actually feels like summer at a cozy 84 degrees.  Come July, August and September, look for spikes in heat up to 100F or 38C.  Keep this in mind when planning out your days.  If it helps, it’s usually a dry desert heat, as opposed to a humid sticky kind of hot. Here’s a handful of ideas, both inside and outside for summer things to do in Los Angeles: Take a Hike:  Yes, this can be done in summer.  It’s actually a very popular time to take in the outdoors.  Just bring plenty of water, and sunscreen…and keep you eyes 

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Things to Do for St. Patrick’s Day in L.A.

Things to Do for St. Patrick’s Day in L.A. Angelenos don’t need an excuse to party. Proof, just look at most bars on a Friday, Saturday, and of course, Sunday Funday. We’re still no Boston, or New York, but there are still plenty of great things to do for St. Patrick’s Day in L.A.   Here’s a few for this coming Friday, March 17, 2017: Farmer’s Market Los Angeles Visit the Original Farmer’s Market in Los Angeles for an all day festive green party. There will be activities for the children and live music throughout the day, including Irish folk bands and a strolling bagpiper. Stick around for Stuart Marks and the Paddy O’Dors Band, which will hit the West Patio 

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Visit the Hollywood El Capitan Theatre

Visit the Hollywood El Capitan Theatre When in Los Angeles, especially with children, visit the Hollywood El Capitan Theatre. This venue debuted in 1926 and is now Walt Disney Studio’s premiere cinema. State of the art technology makes this an incredible movie experience, with digital projectors, and a Dolby sound system with over 100 speakers. Check the calendar for special events. Often, The El Capitan Experience prior to their screenings can include special props and costumes, as well as incredible live performances with their film characters singing and dancing. In fact, two of our Glitterati Tours team have done numerous shows here over the years, and entertained countless visitors. Upcoming events and shows if you visit the Hollywood El Capitan 

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2017 Season Calendar for The Hollywood Bowl

The 2017 Season Calendar for The Hollywood Bowl has just been released.  If you’re planning a trip to Los Angeles during the summer months, we recommend booking these shows now for the best seats.  The outdoor Hollywood Bowl seats about 18,000.  We often say, see ANYTHING at the Bowl.  It’s really about being at a legendary venue with tons of Angelenos experiencing music at its best during a dreamy Hollywood summer night. All the greats have performed here over the decades, dating back to 1922…The Beatles, Monty Python, Lily Pons (1936 with an all time seating record), Pink Floyd, The Doors, Jimi Hendrix, Elton John, The Who, The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys, Journey, Motely Crue, Donna Summer, Culture Club, 

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