I'm reading less this year in general. But when it comes to worthy books this year, Andrew Sean Greer's novel is at the top of my list.
Los Angeles has a web of short, steep staircases built into hilly neighborhoods. While it may be the case that the staircases are not so "secret" anymore, that doesn't actually seem like a bad thing.
King Tut: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh will be the last chance for your kids to see the treasures of King Tut in the U.S.
Teaching kids how to discern between fake news and rigorous journalism has become a key parenting staple in the digital age. Jump start the process this summer, in time for the upcoming election season, by touring the presses of the LA Times.
The weather is gorgeous today, but a heat wave is headed our way. Why not duck into an air-conditioned museum to escape for a few hours? Here's a round-up to help you match your mood to the excellent shows in town right now.
Beyond the Streets- a traveling exhibit of contemporary street art (graffiti) currently on view in a warehouse in LA's Chinatown - has been extended to run through August 26, 2018. It's a must-see for this summer - so here's what you need to know to visit:
I urge you to see the movie - it will make you keenly aware of how differently anyone over 30 consumed media when we were younger. Pace, volume, variety - you name it; it's a whole new neighborhood, today.