It’s never too early to start researching summer camps. Popular summer camps and sleep-away camps near Los Angeles tend to reach capacity far before the last day of school. To help you prepare, we’ve rounded up the 28 best Sleep Away Camps for Kids in California.
A staycation is a vacation spent near home rather than an airplane ride away. Why travel far from home when there are so many ideal destinations within an hour’s drive? From beachfront resorts to a desert oasis, we’ve gathered up the best family staycations in Los Angeles.
In the spirit of the season, we made a list of the best neighborhoods and attractions to see holiday lights in Los Angeles. Happy Holidays!
Let’s face it: feeding kids can get expensive! To help make dinnertime more pleasant, we’ve rounded up a list of places where kids eat free (or almost free) in Los Angeles from A to Z. The letters spell out major savings for Y-O-U!
Cup of joe, dirt, java, brew, go-go juice…there are many names for a cup of coffee. Whatever you call it, coffee is a way of life for many Los Angelenos and that’s why we’ve curated a list of the 10 Best Coffee Shops in LA that aren’t just a place grab a cup of beans, but a place to gather, socialize and enjoy nature’s caffeine bounty.
Many local restaurants prepare delicious options for Hanukkah meals to go, so you can get take-out or delivery and enjoy the meal at home with your family.
Ice Skating here in SoCal can give you a taste of winter fun without the cold — thank goodness! We have our elves out there looking for more places, so stay tuned as we make updates! Here’s a list of the 12 best places to go ice skating in Los Angeles. Have fun!
Photos with Santa are a wonderful holiday tradition, whether your little ones cry or smile! Find Santa in person and virtually this year.
Afternoon tea is a terrific way to celebrate Mother’s Day or a birthday for a special person in your life. Or how about having a “mommy & me” high tea one of these days? — Just for fun or a nice excuse to play dress-up? Or what if you plan ahead with your close mom friends and celebrate Galentine’s Day?
Tamales are delicious “masa” (corn dough) that can be filled with various meats, cheeses, or sweet fillings and wrapped in a corn husk, or banana leaf, then steamed and served with sauce, beans and rice maybe, or alongside an entrée. They are super comfort food!