From dramatic images of SoCal’s recent earthquakes to a guide to ice cream and gelato in Los Angeles, here’s your recap of what Southern Californians are talking about this month.
Over a month after the Ridgecrest earthquakes shook SoCal, dramatic new satellite images show how the quake shattered the desert floor, the LA Times wrote. Take a look.
Looking for another way to cool off this summer? The LA Times rounded up your 2019 guide to ice cream and gelato in and around Los Angeles, and there is no shortage of places to try.
Described as Quentin Tarantino’s “love letter to late ‘60s Los Angeles,” ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ features real locations from around the city. Curbed LA mapped “some of the film’s major locations, which include swinging nightspots, drive-in theaters, hillside getaways and secluded movie ranches.” Take a look.
“Disneyland has been remarkably uncrowded this summer,” but that’s expected to change as annual passholders will be able to visit the park again soon, the OC Register reported. With the expected increase in visitors, the publication broke down the 10 worst times of the year to visit the theme park.
Dodger Stadium, “the third-oldest stadium in major league baseball,” will be getting a makeover, according to Curbed LA. The stadium’s plans for renovation include “more bars, a new play area, and standing room in the outfield.” Here’s a sneak peek at what’s in store.
Crunchwrap supreme lovers rejoiced earlier this month when Taco Bell opened a pop-up hotel in Palm Springs for the weekend. Take a look inside.