Get a Figure like the Celebrities with the Celebrity Diets

The oomph factor destined to celebrities is surely not gifted. The reason behind the glamorous look of the celebrities is an invisible diet and work out schedule which makes them appear sensational on the screen. But have we ever wondered how the celebrities maintain such great figure?

The secret behind it is the low calorie diet. This low… Continue reading

Top 5 Los Angeles Reality TV Locations

Living in LA requires a dose of reality. How about spending the day getting some Los Angeles style reality?

Jonathan Salon Beverly Hills on “Blow Out” is the place to get a new Beverly Hills look. You want to catch a bite to eat? Mel’s Drive In on “The Surreal Life” is the place. “Whatchoo talkin’ ’bout, Willis?” Gary Coleman and Vanilla Ice have worked at this legendary diner for Continue reading

Virgins Richard Branson in drag Moons Cheap Los Angeles Airline Tickets

Virgin’s Richard Branson put on a Wonder Woman custom and mooned reporters with the American flag stuck in his pantyhose to make a point. Virgin is offering tickets as low as $119 from New York to Los Angeles. Fares do not include all government fees & taxes and are per person in U.S. whole dollar amounts. With prices this low, you can’t afford not to take a vacation.

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Los Angeles Metro Rail Lines to Run All Night New Years Eve

Los Angles Metro Light Rail / Subway

Los Angeles MTA Metro System Service Alerts announced “On New Year’s Eve Monday, December 31 (into Tuesday, January 1), all Metro Rail lines will run all night, every 20 minutes.”

Metro will offer a special Holiday Free Fare Program for all Metro Bus and Metro Rail lines operating on New Year’s Eve.

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Home Depot Center Job Fair Carson Los Angeles

Looking for work? The Home Depot Center is holding a job fair rain or shine on Feb. 6 and Feb. 7, 2009. The application process will take 1 – 2 hours. Need employment in Los Angeles? Find Los Angeles Jobs. Looking for Work in San Diego? Browse San Diego Jobs.

Home Depot Center Job Fair
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Aretha “Queen of Soul” at the Nokia Center

So I am off to see the real “Queen of Soul”, Aretha Franklin in concert tonight at the newly built Nokia Center. Which is located across the street from the Staples center where the LA Lakers, Sparks and Kings play their home games at. The Nokia Center now sits on the lot where the Summer X-Games use to be played at.

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The Agony of de-feet…Pershing Square Ice Skating- we had fun!

“every year” (and I put that in quotes on purpose, because…well, you’ll see), we head downtown to Pershing Square where the City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks creates a veritable winter wonderland in between the tall buildings in L.A.

The ice skating rink has been our destination for the last few years over the holidays. Usually, we’ve gone at night and during the week, so it hasn’t Continue reading

Charles Phoenix is the bomb!

I love anything retro, and many things silly, if they are well done. So the other night, when Anne, my adventure buddy, told me about Charles Phoenix’s Retro Holiday Slideshow from the 50′s and 60′s, I was so excited! Especially since I had never been to the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood, certainly a cinematic Continue reading

2008 Presidential Debates in So. California

Indeed things are heating up in the current United States 2008 Presidential elections. The Republican and Democratic Debates have come to Southern California. The Republican Debate will be held Wednesday, January 30, 2008 at the Ronald Reagan Library in Simi Valley, California. And the Democratic debate will be held Thursday, January 31, 2008 at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood, California. Both debates will be aired roughly around 6 PM (PST) Continue reading

Los Angeles Public Library

Now you may wonder why anyone would blog about a library. Well the Los Angeles Public Library isn’t just any ole library. Other than being a Los Angeles historical landmark that was built in 1926. It is the third largest library in the United States in terms of book and periodical holdings. It is also across the street from what was once known as Bunker Hill. The LAPL is Continue reading