Upon selection, Walk of Fame honorees pay a fee (currently $30,000) to the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce for their stars. That fee does not include upkeep or maintenance. ("The Hollywood Walk of Fame is a public sidewalk and is the property of the City of Los Angeles. As the owner, the City has the ultimate responsibility for the condition of the Walk of Fame. Other organizations may assist... View details ⇨
At the border of the Hollywood Hills and Los Feliz neighborhoods is an enchanting, tree-shaded half-mile trail of Griffith Park that meanders along a trickling stream dotted with ponds. This verdant paradox in the city of Los Angeles has an appropriately puzzling name: Ferndell Nature Museum.
Tomorrow morning is one of the most special annual events we post about... The annual Potter's Field ceremony. Approximately 1,400 Angelenos passed away in 2013 and were left unclaimed. Please join us at the LA Crematory (next to Evergreen Cemetery, Los Angeles) tomorrow morning to pay tribute to the forgotten. It is one of the most moving and important events we attend all year.
ANGELES NATIONAL FOREST >> Every weekend, thousands of visitors play in a 2.5-mile stretch of the East Fork of the San Gabriel River at Cattle Canyon. There, they bathe in pools created by self-made rock dams. While frolicking in the wate