IDENTITY: Timothy Greenfield-Sanders at The Annenberg Space for Photography

We stopped into The Annenberg Space for Photography last weekend to see portraits by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, a photographer whose style is similar to Richard Avedon – his subjects face the camera with a direct gaze, and are positioned against …

10.5.16

Miss Peregrine is Home Grown

The story behind the novel's conception has a nice Southern California slant and the Tim Burton-directed film comes out this weekend.
9.30.16

Diavolo is Divine

LA's native dance company, Diavolo is turning 25 this year. This past weekend, September 23-25, 2016, the innovative crew took to the stage at The Broad and presented two remarkable pieces, Trajectoire and Passengers. It was the most fun I've had at the theater all year and so heartily recommend that you take any chance you can to see this company in action!
9.28.16

Up Close and Personal: Butterfly Pavilion at the NHM

The Butterfly Pavilion is back at the Natural History Museum and great news: it’s new and improved — and open until October 16.  After that date, the new space will host creepy crawlies in time for the fall (Halloween) season.…

9.20.16

Octoberfest and Beyond: Exploring German Culture in LA

Fall is the time to explore German culture in Los Angeles. If you have a child traveling abroad this fall, chances are they’re already scheming to go to an Octoberfest celebration in Germany.  It seems to be a rite of …

9.9.16

Subscriber Discount: WE ARE LA Family Music Festival: SEPT 17, 2016

The inaugural We Are LA family music festival is designed to entertain families with music, dance and interactive activities at a day long celebration that benefits local child-focused charities. Please join us and explore a cool, new event for families in LA.
9.2.16

Beach Reads 2016

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We’ve found ’em, two books worthy of your beach read: The Girls by sparkly young novelist Emma Cline took us on the unlikely journey of a young woman caught up in a California cult in the 1960’s. We also loved …

7.28.16

For the Love of Baseball – Sports Museum of LA Opens to the Public & Chasing Dreams at the Skirball

Does your family bleed Dodger Blue? Or do you root for a team from your hometown? Either way, a trip to Dodger Stadium is a summer must. But to go deeper into the history of the game, check out two …

7.25.16

Seven Mountains Brightens a Trip to Vegas

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Ten miles out of Vegas is that city’s own kind of Stonehenge, an installation called Seven Magic Mountains by Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone. With a nod to the land artists of the 1970’s – including Michael Heizer of Levitated Mass …

7.25.16