For the Weekend: Openings and Closings

New shows and ones you won't want to miss: plenty to do this weekend - February 9 to 11, 2018!
2.8.18

RARE EVENT: Super Blue Blood Moon + How to Catch It

Set the coffee pot to brew early, and plan to spend a little extra time with what NASA is calling a "Super Blue Blood Moon" - on Wednesday, January 31.
1.28.18

End January on an Art Binge!

There’s so much to see this weekend from an arts perspective. Here are several ideas for your weekend, including three shows that elementary and tween age kids will like on Museum Free For All on Sunday.

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1.26.18

Watching Gender from Common Sense

A new report released by Common Sense this week helps parents think about the stereotypes that their kids are exposed when watching television and films.

Many of the ideas are familiar – as adults, we understand the age-old limitations of …

6.22.17

Winter Adventure: Solstice Canyon

A popular, high-reward "starter hike" for families can be found just up the PCH at Solstice Canyon. The box canyon has a steeper, higher loop that more experienced hikers can add onto the adventure, with more of what Solstice is known for - waterfall elements and abandoned ruins of old homesteads.
1.17.17

MLK Jr Day in LA: 2017

Each year, it seems more and better events crop up at which you can celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day around town. With a long weekend on the docket, it's nice to have something to do that represents the spirit of the holiday.
1.14.17

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

REDCAT International Children’s Film Festival 2016

The 11th annual REDCAT International Children's Film Festival is spread out across three weekends and showcases an adventurous array of short films that are easily digested by even the smallest in your crew. Each hour-long program costs $5 and features films, organized by topic and age, by acclaimed filmmakers and up-and-coming auteurs from around the globe in both live action and animation.
4.25.16

Dodger Blue: Becoming a Fan

Honestly, I was never a baseball fan until my nine-year old son dragged me into the sport  – and I mean, kicking and screaming. I learned to love Little League because he was out there playing, but going to a …

5.1.15