Grab your TAP card and head to the Museum of Tolerance for a history lesson! Established in 1993, the Museum of Tolerance was built in honor of the late Simon [continue reading]
THE IRON MINISTRY trailer 2 from J.P. Sniadecki on Vimeo. AFI FEST presented by Audi takes place in Hollywood November 6 through 13 with nightly red-carpet galas, free screenings, film conversations and tributes. The Iron Ministry, a film depicting the sights and sounds of train travel in China, is just one of the many films [continue reading]
It’s true we’ve got a pretty robust Destination Discount program here at Metro. But despite our large (and growing) list of restaurants, museums, shops, sports teams and more, we’re still pretty impressed to find two Metro partners right next door to each other! This month, Go Metro to the Pasadena [continue reading]
Get ready to do your best Bruno Tonioli impression this Wednesday, Nov. 5! Metro Presents brings Dancing Classrooms Los Angeles to the Union Station Historic Ticketing Hall. More than 100 fifth-grade students representing 10 schools across Los Angeles County will compete in 5 ballroom dances in the Fall 2014 Colors of the Rainbow [continue reading]
As per usual, the West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval will draw a huge and freaky crowd Friday night (we mean that as a compliment!). That means the street closures shown above will be in effect and a few Metro Bus Lines — the 2, 4, 10, 30, 105, 704 and 705 — will [continue reading]
Besides heading to these Día de los Muertos celebrations, here are some other events to go Metro to this weekend. Friday Now in its fifteenth year, Opening Night: The Improvised Musical will be held at the iO West Theatre in Hollywood at 9 p.m. Sit back and watch some of the best [continue reading]
There was a huge crowd on hand for Wednesday night’s “Invisible Cities” performance in Los Angeles Union Station’s historic ticketing hall brought to you by the Metro Presents series. Thank you very much to The Industry for their hard work putting on the concert and for everyone who attended!
Don’t miss the special Día de los Muertos themed art tour this Sunday, Nov. 2. The free tour will explore artworks along the Metro Gold Line through the lens of artist Consuelo Flores. Participants are encouraged to dress in Calavera attire! The tour will depart at 4:30 p.m. from the Metro Gold Line East L.A. [continue reading]