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LA’s Top: Best Restaurants in Los Angeles for Thanksgiving

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Relax more and stress less. Thanksgiving is right around the corner and if the stress and mess in the kitchen for the perfect holiday meal isn’t for you, check out our list of the Best Restaurants in Los Angeles for Thanksgiving 2014. Craft in Los Angeles 10100 Constellation Boulevard Beverly Hills, CA 90067 Phone: (310) 279-4180 Website Founded by top chef Tom Colicchio, Craft in Los Angeles offers simplicity at its ... Read More »

LA’s Top: Trick-or-Treating Alternatives for Kids in Los Angeles

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Going door to door to trick or treat is the traditional way to gather sweet treats on Halloween, but if you’re looking for something different – we have it listed here for you. Whether it’s because the weather is frightful or you would prefer an organized, safe, indoor location we have gathered up the best spots for Trick-or-Treating Alternatives for Kids in Los Angeles. Halloween in Malibooo at the Malibu Country ... Read More »

LA’s Top: 10 Best Costume Shops in Los Angeles

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Halloween is the one time of the year that we can dress up as fanciful or as ridiculous as we would like. Kids get to go to our neighbors homes and ask for free candy. Adults get to dress up just for fun or for Halloween parties or fantastic Halloween balls. If you’re looking for an extraordinary costume to buy or rent this year, check out one of these costume ... Read More »

LA’s Top: Best Pumpkin Patches in Los Angeles

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Fall is in the air and pumpkin patches are popping up on every LA corner. But you don’t want a run-of-the-mill patch experience do you? You want something extraordinary and special and most definitely not run-of-the-mill. We have curated a list of the best pumpkin patches in Los Angeles to get the best pumpkins and have tons of wholesome Fall family fun. Take your pick; you can’t go wrong with ... Read More »

LA’s Top Kids’ Birthday Party Venues

LA's Top Birthday Party Venues

Birthday parties are a special time to celebrate the life of our most valued possessions: our kids! And what better way to celebrate their exuberant life than at a dynamite party venue? We have curated an eclectic list of LA’s top kids’ birthday party venues, from robots to wizards we have chosen the best and rounded them all up here for you.   Whimsic Alley 5464 Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles, CA ... Read More »

The Best Restaurants In Los Angeles For A Traditional Thanksgiving

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So you don’t feel like fixing the turkey and all the trimmings, but you don’t want to miss out on the biggest traditional feast of the year? Check out our best restaurant picks for a delicious Thanksgiving meal in and around Los Angeles (in no particular order). Craft in Los Angeles 10100 Constellation Boulevard Beverly Hills, CA 90067 (310) 279-4180 More Information  Founded by top chef Tom Colicchio, Craft in ... Read More »

Los Angeles Easter Events

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What is there not to love about Easter? The pastel colors, perfect Spring weather, overgrown Easter Bunnies and not to forget loads of chocolate are perfect reasons for celebrating. We’ve rounded up the best family fun Easter events in Los Angeles for you.   Easter Brunch – The Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel 11461 Sunset Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90049 (310) 691-7584 More Information Sunday: March 31st11am-3pm This family favorite event at The ... Read More »

The Price of Living in a Fish Bowl – Reality Television at Its Worst

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You know we’re all guilty of it, that fascination of watching other peoples dramatic lives unfold on television. I hereby declare myself guilty as charged for feeding into the reality TV monster fad. I can’t even imagine life without “Ice Loves Coco” on E! Online, “Jersey Shore” on MTV or “Flipping Out” on Bravo. Nevertheless, I wonder has our fascination with reality television gone too far? Has our need for ... Read More »

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