Earth Day is a day set aside to celebrate Mother Earth and acknowledge the need to raise awareness for the need to protect the environment that we live in. It is a day that people in cities around the world gather to share products and ideas that shed light on innovations in science geared toward the preservation of our natural resources.
Who doesn’t want to get out and play in Los Angeles, land of nearly eternal sunshine and serious outdoor activities sanctioned inside areas offered to kids of all ages? Make that a date amongst your offspring and all of you will be waiting (probably impatiently) for that good time to begin. Now where to go? Following are five of the best playgrounds in Los Angeles in which to couple up your children who can run, swing, slide and do all sorts of things of other surprising things a kid should be able to do whenever the mood strikes on that day designated for their much anticipated playdate.
Pack up a warm cozy blanket, enough finger foods for you and your companions and visit some of the best spots for picnics in Los Angeles.
Police Wednesday released a sketch of a man wanted for molesting a boy in a public restroom in Manhattan Beach.
Authorities Saturday continued to investigate the attacks of two boys in restrooms at public parks in the South Bay.
Police are seeking the public’s help in finding a suspect who allegedly molested a boy inside a Manhattan Beach restroom.
A case of endemic typhus fever has been reported in Manhattan Beach, authorities announced Thursday.
A body that was found at a Manhattan Beach park last week was that of a missing 21-year-old man from Long Beach, sheriff’s officials reported Tuesday.
A body found in a South Bay park was identified Friday as a young Latino man, the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office said.