This is the season for sharing in LA and there are plenty of ways you can help those that need it most. Here are 10 places to do good this Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving is just as much about the food as it is about the people you share it with. So, if you’d rather focus on family and friends and not the shopping, preparation, and clean-up that goes hand-in-hand with Thanksgiving Dinner, you’re in luck. There are many Los Angeles-area restaurants serving memorable Thanksgiving meals.
Updated for 2020 If you want to celebrate Thanksgiving 2020 in the comfort of your own home, without spending a great deal of time preparing …
Southern California is hosting many special events in honor of Día de los Muertos, also known as Day of the Dead.
For many families, October is all about Halloween, and there are many ways to celebrate. Here’s a list of popular Haunted Houses in and around Los Angeles.
Every year that my boys were in elementary school, we would make sugar skulls for Day of the Dead for both of their classes. Dia de los Muertos begins the day after Halloween and ends on November 2nd. It’s a time for people to celebrate their loved ones who have passed away by creating elaborate altars and visiting the cemetery.
From Mr. Bones to Tanaka Farms, here’s a list of the best Pumpkin Patches in Los Angeles – with tons of fun family activities.
Here’s a list of 12 family-friendly ways to celebrate all over So Cal. From Mickey Mouse to Mr. Bones, Halloween is terrific Los Angeles-style!
Halloween is Saturday, October 31st. Ordinarily that would be good news – Halloween finally falls on a Saturday! The kids have a whole day to …
LA County is not recommending trick or treating in 2020. Maybe save this idea for next year. Imagine you’re a kid with food allergies and …