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STEAM Carnival: Fun & Educational At The Same Time

1 happy guy at Steam Carnival October 25 26 at Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles

Two Bit Circus presents the STEAM Carnival, a unique, high-energy event featuring tech-infused game attractions and carnival-inspired entertainment to thrill, amuse, and reimagine the way we learn through STEAM: science, technology, engineering, art, and math. PLUS we are giving away a family 4-pack of tickets! Scroll down to enter. This event looks amazing and my family can’t wait to go! Check out all these photos and the video will knock ... Read More »

Free Common Core Testing at Learning Path

school kids taking test

The Learning Path is offering MomsLA readers a very special offer: One FREE test into the Common Core in Math or English (a $50 value). The test reveals precisely where your child stands in relation to the new Common Core standards using adaptive computer testing. The tests take 1 to 1.5 hours each, depending on the individual pace of the student and their grade level. They are completely objective and ... Read More »

The UNI Project Screening + Grants for Schools

NutriBullet The UNI Project Premiere [4]

Please join us on Monday, October 6 at 5 p.m. for the exclusive premiere of The UNI Project, an impactful documentary that follows student participants at a Los Angeles high school, University High School (UNI), on a three month journey focused on nutrition education and modifying the way teens eat in a movement to improve their eating habits. In collaboration with University High School (UNI) in Los Angeles, The UNI Project aimed to empower teens with a first-hand ... Read More »

Hero of Color City in Theaters, On Demand & iTunes October 3rd

Hero of Color City movie Poster

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. There are so many ways to watch the new Family Animated Film The Hero of Color City  – in Theaters, on Demand and iTunes -beginning Friday, October 3rd, that you won’t want to miss it. It features a star-studded cast including Owen Wilson, Christina Ricci, Rosie Perez, Wayne Brady, Jessica Capshaw, Sean Astin and Craig Ferguson. The Hero of Color City is one of the first ... Read More »

Men, Women & Children Movie Review

Jennifer Garner and Kaitlyn Dever in MEN, WOMEN, AND CHILDREN

Men, Women and Children has every single one of my worst Internet Nightmares all rolled into one film, made by a talented filmmaker and talented actors. It is not for the faint of heart. For those of you with strong constitutions, the film takes on many of the most serious issues we face in our digital life in the 21st Century, especially as parents, including viewing porn, having clandestine relationships, ... Read More »

Hermosa Beach Fish Shop Review

my family selfie at dinner Hermosa Beach Fish Shop Sarah Auerswald

Hermosa Beach is full of surfers, people who like to be near surfers, some of the most beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean in the world, and now a terrific family restaurant as well: Hermosa Beach Fish Shop. My family got to sample the food at Hermosa Beach Fish Shop and we really enjoyed ourselves. The food was delicious and the atmosphere is very comfortable. The Food The first thing you ... Read More »

Date Night at Bacari PDR

beet salad at Bacari PDR

I had a romantic dinner date with my husband at Bacari PDR recently, and let me tell you, it was about time. It’s easy to get lost in the day-to-day busy-ness of life and routine food and forget about dating the man you fell in love with, not to mention the food you fell in love over. And luckily for me, both my husband and Bacari PDR are terrific and worth ... Read More »

Maze Runner Review + Cast Interview

The Maze Runner Cast and Bloggers group shot

This post contains affiliate links. The Maze Runner film, based on the very popular Young Adult novel of the same name, paints a picture of a dystopian world where teenagers have to survive day-to-day, on their own and against terrible odds. Which is probably how teenagers feel life is normally. But if my kids think they have it bad, they are living like royalty compared to the kids in The ... Read More »

This is Where I Leave You Review + Jonathan Tropper Interview

This is Where I leave you Jason Bateman #TIWILY

This post contains affiliate links. Life is messy, and almost nobody’s life is messier than Judd Altman, played by Jason Bateman in the wonderful film This Is Where I Leave You. Based on the terrific book by Jonathan Tropper, This Is Where I Leave You tells the story of a man who has left his wife after discovering her in flagrante delicto with his boss – in their own bed, ... Read More »

Pressed Juicery + New Juice Book

JUI1 Greens 1 image p 43 reprinted with permission from Juice by Carly de Castro, Hedi Gores & Hayden Slater (Ten Speed Press, © 2014)

I want to admit something to you: I once owned a juicer. I spent a bunch of money on it, too. But I just wasn’t up for the cleaning and prepping of all the fruits and veggies, so I gave it away. I wanted the juice, just not the juicer. Thank goodness, then, for Pressed Juicery: they do the juicing (and cleaning) and I just get to do the drinking. ... Read More »

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