Be Kind To Humankind: How To Celebrate A Week Of Kindness

We were all taught the golden rule as kids: treat others the way you want to be treated. When we were young this meant sharing our toys, not leaving anybody out and saying please and thank you. Be kind to others and they, in turn, will treat you with [...]

How to Avoid Scammers After the Wildfires in California

Wildfires are devastating, leaving people without their homes and in potential life-threatening danger. As part of the community, people all around are opening their hearts and wallets to help victims in any way. However, that wave of generosity has also prompted a warning about unscrupulous scammers looking to take [...]

That’s From Disneyland

That's From Disneyland is a free pop-up exhibit and auction of one of the world's largest private Disneyland memorabilia collections. Collector Richard Kraft, in partnership with Van Eaton Galleries, has transformed a 40,000 square foot former Sports Authority Store into a FREE, family-friendly, interactive museum that celebrates the unique [...]

Upcoming Events | August Part 2

Fri August 10th BURBANK: San Fernando Valley Summer Drive-In Nights - On August 10th join us for the screening of Pee-wee’s Big Adventure and some great pre-show entertainment. Get in early to enjoy a 26 player arcade game truck, laser tag, silent disco headphone party and family board games [...]

Local Golf Courses Around LA

Photo by Fancycrave.com from Pexels If you’re looking to relax with some colleagues on a business trip or with your family during a vacation, take a look at the best golf courses in Los Angeles. Rustic Canyon 15100 Happy Camp Canyon Rd, Moorpark, CA 93021 Shaped and [...]

Upcoming Events | July Part 2

Fri July 13th DTLA – A Filmmaker On Trial: Oleg Sentsov: PEN America will host a Los Angeles screening of Askold Kurov‘s documentary​,​​ ​The Trial: The State of Russia vs Oleg Sentsov, followed by a conversation. Oleg Sentsov, a Ukrainian filmmaker, was arrested in May 2014 and sentenced to [...]

Home Swimming Pool Safety Tips

A pool in the house makes the perfect place for relaxation and enjoying the warm summer days. Children, parents, everyone loves being by the pool. However, this type of enjoyments has its own risks involved, and although we don't like to spoil the mood, there are things you need [...]

Let’s Celebrate: National Hug Day

Created by the "Hugs for Health Foundation", the Hug day is always celebrated today, June 29th. Each year people who celebrate this holiday and want to give their support, go out and give hugs at senior citizen centers, hospitals, on the streets and other places. The main focus is [...]

Upcoming Events | July Part 1

As a second month of the summer, July seems promising when it comes to events and activities to attend to. Friends or family, bring your loved ones and enjoy the happenings below. Fri June 29th CHINATOWN – Elijah Pierce And Leroy Almon’s Art in Chinatown. Two of the most [...]

Summer Solstice Events In Los Angeles

The Summer Solstice in the northern hemisphere is the day of the year with the most hours of daylight between sunrise and sunset. This is when the Earth's axis tips the northern part of the planet closest to the sun, giving those nearest to the North Pole endless summer [...]

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