What You Need to Know about Pokemon Go!


So, what’s the story with the new app Pokemon Go! that is taking the world by storm? We’ve been doing the research and have a must-read update on all you need to know. It’s not just for kids, but kids …


Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs

A new exhibit, Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs, opened this week at the Natural History Museum featuring flying reptiles that will entice even the most reluctant museum goer.

Summer Sounds at The Hollywood Bowl


Looking for a musical interlude to your summer days? Introduce your kids to the incomparable Hollywood Bowl by bringing them to special shows that are designed specifically to capture their imagination. The Hollywood Bowl‘s Summer Sounds series explore a new …


JULY: Getting Ready for the Conventions

Obamas and Beau

The Republican and Democratic Conventions, which take place at the end of July, will dominate the airwaves. Kids will be taking it all in, and because the level of negative and insulting discourse has been much higher in this political …


Looking at Cindy Sherman

The lines at The Broad are still as long as they have been since the museum opened last September, and visitors wait patiently for admission into LA’s shiniest new art museum, knowing they are in for a treat. The museum’s …


Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: Sneak Peek!

fantastic-beastsHarry Potter often referred to the Hogwarts textbook “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” so now that figment of J.K. Rowling’s imagination has sprung fully to life as a feature film. Here is the new featurette featuring Eddie Redmayne …


Carless at Bergamot: Exploring on bike or foot

With the current, much-heralded launch of Metro’s Exposition Line, Bergamot is at last also a real transit station again, and it’s now possible to reach the arts complex easily via public transportation and to explore it—and the surrounding area—on foot or on bike.

Movies for Memorial Day Weekend

North by Northwest

If your family hasn’t seen Zootopia or The Jungle Book yet, a trip to the theaters en famille says summertime better than almost anything (except maybe a beach day). Or check out the first wave of summer releases, including …


In DTLA, a new kid on the (whole) block

The big news in the Downtown art scene is the mid-March arrival of mega-gallery Hauser Wirth & Schimmel. Its opening marks a homecoming of sorts for Paul Schimmel, the former chief curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art who …