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Free Fall Activities For Families In Los Angeles

It’s fall, a swell time to get up close and personal with the City of Angeles in order to truly appreciate the whole picture while bonding with your clan. And forget about stocking your wallet before venturing forth because all of these five activities are absolutely free to explore.

11/01/2013

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What You’re Doing This Week: Oct. 28

Halloween week is finally here and L.A. is ready for it’s share of monsters, zombies, and vampires.

10/28/2013

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Where Celebrities Are Buried In LA

For as many real and pseudo celebrities there are in Los Angeles, there are even more delebs (dead celebrities) buried beneath its hallowed grounds and surrounds.

CBS Los Angeles–09/30/2013

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Best Fall Festivals In Los Angeles

With the fall season, Southlanders have many opportunities to celebrate. These five best festivals combine traditions both native and transplanted to California.

CBS Los Angeles–09/09/2013

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What Would Joss Whedon Do In LA?

As a huge fan of Joss Whedon, I often wonder what would he do if he took the day off from directing blockbuster films and hit television shows.

CBS Los Angeles–08/19/2013

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Stroll Through The Days Of Hollywood Past At The Hollywood Forever Cemetery

As the final resting place for many important names in the entertainment industry the Hollywood Forever Cemetery is actually a popular tourist destination. Pay your respects to the many people that you’ve enjoyed watching throughout your life and tour this fascinating historical spot.

06/10/2013

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Major Stars Buried Here? Yes, And Toto, Too!

Big named movie stars from Douglas Fairbanks to “Gone With the Wind’s” Hattie McDaniel…even rocker Johnny Ramone all rest at the cemetery where Hollywood lives forever.

CBS2 / KCAL9–03/22/2011