Cinephiles in Los Angeles on business can now indulge their love for the late, great filmmaker Stanley Kubrick at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art‘s new exhibition titled, simply, “Stanley Kubrick.” There are more than 1,000 artifacts on display in the exhibit, almost all of which was taken from Kubrick’s personal archives. Continue reading →
Are you one of those people who’ve wondered what commuting on a bike in Los Angeles is really like, but have been too wary to make the purchase? Now you can try it out for free for two weeks, thanks to a bike commuter program by Santa Monica Bike Center. The program lets commuters test-ride a bike for two weeks, for free, to see if they like the experience. Continue reading →
Los Angeles Magazine has released a rather interesting guide for the LA traveler; and it’s organized by street. Instead of attempting to maneuver the endless LA highways, take some time to visit these spectacles and hang-outs.
Put on by the Los Angeles Business Travel Association (LABTA), Dr. Thornberg will give a brief overview on the economic outlook for 2013 and how it will affect us in the Corporate Travel Industry. Thornberg is an expert in the study of regional economies, real estate dynamics, labor markets and business forecasting. He has been involved in a number of special studies measuring the impact of important events on the economy, including the NAFTA treaty, the California power crisis, port security, California water transfer programs and the September 11th terrorist attacks. Continue reading →
If a soaring rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner” synchronized to bursts of colored embers streaking across the night sky doesn’t spark your patriotic fire, we’re not sure what will. In Los Angeles you can get your “Yankee Doodle” on in the Valley, in the hills, or at the beach. Continue reading →