UCLA’s Neighborhoods: Things to See in Manhattan Beach

Since 1912, Angelenos have been heading to one beach city in particular — Manhattan Beach, California. This serene beachside town is one of the nicest places to swim, tan and even surf, all complemented by a thriving yet quaint business district along Manhattan Beach Boulevard. There are several beaches in Los Angeles County, but Manhattan Beach…

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Why L.A. for Your Next Meeting?

The answer to a great meeting and overall memorable experience is Los Angeles. With sunny weather and a mild climate, enjoyable beaches, and a wide range of shopping, dining and entertainment options, L.A. is the best place to have a conference that your attendees will never forget. When in this great city that offers the perfect balance…

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UCLA’s Neighborhoods: Things to See in Glendale

Travel 20 miles northeast of the UCLA Luskin Conference Center and you’ll find Glendale, one of L.A.’s largest and fastest-growing cities. Glendale is a mix of suburbia and a thriving downtown shopping, entertainment and dining district with Brand Boulevard being its main thoroughfare. In this city of 200,000 people, several celebrities call Glendale home because of…

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UCLA’s Neighborhoods: What to See in Downtown L.A.

Downtown Los Angeles, or as we locals call it, “Downtown L.A.” is a special place for any Angeleno. It has always been the heartbeat of Los Angeles’s business and commercial scene, but most recently – also has transformed into an entertainment hotspot. The buildings in Downtown each have a story, about a city that has…

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UCLA’s Neighborhoods: What to See in Beverly Hills and Mid-City

Whether you want to treat yourself to an afternoon of shopping, tour one of the most popular art museums in the United States, or see dinosaur fossils, head to Beverly Hills and adjacent Mid-City in West Los Angeles. Just ten miles from UCLA, a short drive to these two neighborhoods can make for a fun…

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