L.A. Marathon 2018

If running the L.A. Marathon tomorrow, go easy on the corned beef, cabbage and green beer today for St. Patrick’s Day.  Otherwise, you’ll have an uphill battle.  Probably even better though, for you’ll be able to run at a slower pace and take in all the incredible sightseeing that this amazing race provides. Think of our Stadium to the Sea marathon as offering up most of the L.A. must-see sights along its 26-mile course.  With a start at Dodger Stadium, runners head south into Downtown Los Angeles.  Here, they’ll see landmarks like ChinaTown, The Walt Disney Concert Hall and The Music Center. By mile 6, they’ll take in the lake around Echo Park, before hitting Sunset Blvd, and into the 

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St. Patrick’s Day Los Angeles

St. Patrick’s Day Los Angeles ____________________________ Trouble is on the horizon.  St. Patrick’s Day falls on a Saturday this year! From the tame to the insane, here’s a small list of things to do this March 17th: The Original Farmers Market in Hollywood will be having their annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration all day long.  From 11:30AM to 130PM, look for the Celtic Camerata on the east patio.  12N-3PM, Glen the Bagpiper will be strolling the market.  3PM-5PM, The Blackwaterside Trio will be on the east patio, and 6PM to 9PM brings out Lilt ‘n’ Tang on the west patio. EB’s Beer and Wine Bar will be serving green beer, Guinness and other Irish brews, and the legendary Magee’s Kitchen will 

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Los Angeles City Tour and Warner Bros. Studios

A Los Angeles City Tour and Warner Bros. Studios Make for a Perfect Full Day ________________________ We show so much during our private city tours of Hollywood, West Hollywood and Beverly Hills, that many guests with a short stay in Los Angeles, can leave the city feeling that they got a really good perspective.  Of course, we can also provide a tour with a quick look at our Downtown L.A., as well as our beach communities of Santa Monica, Venice and Malibu. So what else should a guest do during their visit to our city?  We’ve listed quite a few options on our Glitterati Tours L.A. INFO tab, such as shopping, TV tapings, museums (The Getty Center is a must), 

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Hollywood Bowl 2018 Season Calendar

It’s right around the corner.  That amazing time of year when the Hollywood Bowl prepares for their summer season.  They’ve released their 2018 calendar, with much more to come. Look into series packages, including Classical Tuesdays and Thursdays with The Los Angeles Philharmonic (with Gustavo Dudamel and guest conductors), Jazz at the Bowl (with Herbie Hancock as Creative Chair for jazz), Weekend Spectaculars, KCRW’s World Festival, Sunday Sunset Concerts and Special Concerts.  These special events are available for subscribers immediately, and open to the general public that purchase 5-or-More on March 20th, 2018.  Single ticket sales start on April 29th, 2018 at 10AM. Some of the many highlights for the Hollywood Bowl 2018 Season Calendar included Paul Simon’s “Homeward Bound” 

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Oak Smoke BBQ Los Angeles

Who says you can’t find good old-fashioned barbeque in Los Angeles? Our city is known for its fine dining and there are trendy restaurants all over to enjoy an afternoon or evening sipping on cocktails. It seems silly that with our perfect weather, we don’t have a few more good barbeque joints around… Luckily Oak Smoke BBQ is fixing that. While they are new to the Los Angeles scene and do not have a physical restaurant (yet), they are doing pop-ups and supper clubs all over. This start-up catering company has done its research and knows their barbeque. Their goal is to prove to the world that Los Angeles isn’t just fluff when it comes to food, but that they 

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