On some tours I surprise them with a stop they maybe weren’t expecting — a stop at a cemetery. But these are no ordinary cemeteries. Where can you see the graves of Marilyn Monroe, Dean Martin, Jack Lemmon, Natalie Wood, and more? Only in L.A., of course. We have two great cemeteries to choose from.
A week or so ago they immortalized the stars of the Twilight series with their own handprints in the forecort of Grauman’s Chinese Theater. I’m not big fan of people looking down on the new generation of stars, but I’m not a big fan of this group getting this honor, either. If you’ve never seen
Winter is my favorite season in LA. The coolness provides a change of season but not so much that it feels cold. Jeans and cotton sweaters rather than summer’s t-shirt and flip flops. But still we get the 80 degree (27 Celsius) days as often as we get the cooler ones, so we still get
It’s that fabled time of year when the Santa Ana Winds start to wind their way over the mountains and through the canyons of LA. The subject of many a song and movie, the winds have a magical and seemingly sinister effect on Angelenos. Raymond Chandler has written that the crime rate actually goes up