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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L.A. Forecast Through Valentines Day and Los Angeles Marathon

Where is El Nino?!  Certainly not in Southern California.  The L.A. forecast for the next 10 days shows zero precipitation.  In fact, everyday will top out into the high 70’s or low 80’s.  This takes us through this Sunday’s big Super Bowl game, and of course, Valentines Day and our Los Angeles Marathon on February 14th, 2016. With no rain, it’s the perfect time to take a Glitterati Tours tour of Los Angeles and watch the sun light up our palm trees.  With no cloud cover, look for picture-perfect views of our Hollywood Sign, and perhaps even a view of the Pacific Ocean from the peaks above Beverly Hills and L.A. The runners participating in the Los Angeles Marathon, will 

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