Natural History Museum
With a season of pumpkins and goblins behind us, Los Angelinos have a bright and festive fall week ahead of them.
A rare 12-carat “Blue Moon Diamond,” that will be on display through January, was unveiled Friday at the Natural History Museum.
Rescue crews Friday recovered what officials are calling the oldest victim in history.
Prohibition is over. This week is all about the amazing food and drink offerings available throughout the city. Cheers.
This is a museum-heavy list that you can show to people who say LA is all flash and no culture. Free cultural exposure for the people!
A 12-million-year-old whale fossil was recently discovered at a Palos Verdes school.
Summer has officially started, so this is the time to shop outside at a farmer’s market, have tea by the sea or take in a concert at the park.
Sharpen your knife skills, visit a tiger puppet, and catch a glimpse (or 1,000) of your favorite superheroes this week.
We’ve rounded up some fun and unexpected events to attend all over the Southland this week.
At last, Dinosaur Hall at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles is open. Here’s a handy guide to consult before you make a day of visiting the friendly fossils.
One of the world’s largest dinosaur exhibits is opening at the Natural History Museum.
Shred it up, hit the museums, or hold a camp in your own backyard. It’s spring break!
While many kids will be back at school this week, all of Los Angeles Unified School District students are still off. Here are some activities for families looking for something fun to do this week.