From food and culture to science and nature discovery, there are a number of family-friendly activities across the Southland
Presidents Day gives us pause to consider American history, democracy, and government. Two presidential museums, art collections, a family day with George Washington, and conversations with a former L.A. mayor give Southlanders opportunities to center in on the American Dream.
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To celebrate an occasion like a graduation, a birthday, or even the Queen’s jubilee, consider a proper afternoon tea.
Impressive buildings, some close to 100 years old, are part of a series of libraries throughout Los Angeles. These structures are worth visiting for more reasons than the books they protect.
A look inside the collections and gardens of Pasadena’s leading tourist attraction, that’s right here in our own backyard.
Afternoon Tea is a lovely way to spend time, relaxing and nibbling on delightful food as you sip cups of tea and chat with friends. And it’s also a great activity to share with your kids.
A record $100 million-plus gift is being made by the estate of a Los Angeles art collector and philanthropist to the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens in Southern California.
California is blessed with lots of sunshine, so home gardens and landscaped parks are plentiful. But if you want to visit a formal garden, which is a day’s activity in and of itself, here are some of the grandest.
You need some tranquility. Your kids need to let off steam. This is a good time to visit one of Southern California’s spectacular public gardens, where you all can get exactly what you need.
The documents historians say laid the legal groundwork for the execution of 6 million Jews during the Holocaust are now the property of the National Archives.
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