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Date Night: The Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra

Immerse yourself in the world of classical music with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. Be captivated by the power and emotion of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 and the West Coast premiere of Shelley Washington’s ‘Both…

BODYTRAFFIC at The Wallis

The Wallis Annenberg center for the performing arts is located in beautiful Beverly Hills and is seeping with beautiful architecture both inside and out. The Wallis is an exquisite performing arts center, and I’ve had the pleasure of seeing a variety of unique artists from around the world. We headed there to see BODYTRAFFIC for the world premiere of Recurrence, a duet created…

Contra-Tiempo: joyUS justUS

Review of Urban Latin Dance Theater’s Contra-Tiempo: joyUS justUS…

Halloween Event: Haunted Cocktail Soiree

If you’re looking for a unique and spooky Halloween event in Los Angeles, add The House of Spirits: Haunted Cocktail Soiree Los Angeles to your list! This spooky interactive Halloween party is unlike any other party in town.

We arrived at the spooky old mansion in Los Angeles, (exact location is given a couple of days before the party… adding to the…

8 Things to do in Los Angeles this Summer

Los Angeles is filled with famous beaches, surfers, and palm trees for the quintessential endless summer in Southern California… however, once the sun goes down, or your skin can’t take anymore sun, there are lots of fun family things to do in Los Angeles this summer. We’ve been tourists in our own city this summer and have found lots of…

Terranea Resort: Best Place for a 36 Hour Getaway in Los Angeles (Without Kids)

Spoiler alert… marriage is hard.  Very hard. It’s never a ‘good’ time to get away without the boys, and there’s always a reason ‘not’ to leave real life, but it’s also really really good for the soul.  We spent 36 hours together. Without kids. In a hotel.  Solo. No little humans in our room. Did I mention the without kids part…

Five Travel Books That Won’t Disappoint

These books are practically falling apart at my house, and have been read many times over as we dream, plan, and long for our next family adventure.  Hopefully this list will inspire you to plan an adventure of your own…

5 Reasons to Visit Machu Picchu With Kids

Waking before the birds to catch the 5:30 AM train from Cusco, our journey to Aguas Calientes was a cocktail of crabby kids, stunning landscapes, and the unmatched anticipation of setting foot in Machu Picchu. Despite early morning grumbles, the promise of adventure (and perhaps the sight of a llama or two) soon had everyone wide-eyed; proving once again that the best family…

5 Reasons to Travel to Developing Countries with Kids

Our traveling circus is hitting the road again, and this time we’re headed to Nepal, Bhutan and India. I’m often asked why we travel to developing countries with kids, and I always think that’s an interesting question. I mean doesn’t everyone want to visit everywhere in the world in no particular order?!? Turns out that no they don’t…