UCLA’s Neighborhoods: Things to See in Malibu

Most people think of Malibu as the land of waterfront mansions, only for those with tremendous wealth, or home of Hollywood stars who live there on the weekends. It is one of L.A.’s most posh cities, but at the same time, it has lots to do for anyone not on a millionaire’s budget. Here are…

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UCLA’s Neighborhoods: Things to See in San Pedro

Known for its bustling harbor, San Pedro is one of L.A. County’s “original” big cities. The vibe and the culture here are intertwined with the Port of Los Angeles, a man-made port where commercial ships and cruise liners dock, bringing goods and visitors to L.A. Some might say that the port and San Pedro are…

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UCLA’s Neighborhoods: Top Attractions in Pasadena

Each New Year’s Day, crowds from all over the world come to Pasadena for the annual Tournament of Roses Rose Parade, as well as to attend the Rose Bowl college football game. However, there are lots of other attractions Pasadena has to offer, including the world-renowned Norton Simon Museum, as well as the Gamble House…

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Experience Relaxation to the Tune of Mindful Music at UCLA

This May, the UCLA Luskin Conference Center had the opportunity to provide a new experience for guests. Since they love to frequent our open-air lobby, relax on our comfortable sofas, work at our numerous stations and dine at Plateia, our signature in-house restaurant, we decided to take it to the next level and introduce some great…

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UCLA’s Neighborhoods: Top Attractions in Santa Monica

You’ll immediately fall in love with Santa Monica, the premier beach city in Los Angeles. It’s where locals and tourists flock for tanning, to stroll along the sand or to shop on the Third Street Promenade. Neighborhood pockets like Montana Avenue are abundant with charming cafés, and the Santa Monica Pier is a historic landmark…

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