Our picks for the Inland Empire’s best science attractions for kids
Winter holidays in SoCal are awesome. Here’s a guide to the best holiday boat parades.
Los Angeles offers many open spaces to soothe the mind and take in the open air.
October means Halloween and Halloween means pumpkin patches full of pumpkins. Here’s a guide to the best pumpkin patches in Los Angeles, Orange County and the Inland Empire.
Grab the kids, put on your best Halloween costume and head out to one of these fantastic kid-ghoulish celebrations in Southern California.
Here is a list of the best places to buy or rent your Halloween Costume in the Inland Empire.
Disney Junior LIVE on Tour – Pirate & Princess Adventure is coming to a Southern California city near you.
If you’re inspired to create something, these Orange County locations will help you do it easily.
Within a very short drive you can visit some of the best museums in the country. Here is a list of the best exhibits for your little science enthusiast at home.
School is back in session for Southern California students by now but that doesn’t mean you can’t squeeze in a few family-friendly events and activities while the weather is still warm.
Roller Skating, once the most popular sport in the 1970’s, is making a resurgence in popularity here in the 2010’s. Check out the roller skating rink near you.
For the last 80 years, Long Beach and surrounding communities have gathered on the sandy shores of Long Beach to participate in the annual Great Sand Sculpture Contest.
The Summer Festival Taste of Brews is a classy approach to beer tasting whether you are an expert beer sommelier or a novice beer enthusiast.
It gets hot, hot, hot out here in the Inland Empire during the summer time, therefore cooling off at a local splash pad or water park is essential.
The 143rd edition “Built to Amaze”- Ringling Bros and Barnum and Bailey’s newest show takes circus goers on a one-of-a-kind entertainment adventure to find out just what it takes to construct The Greatest Show On Earth.