Thursday, July 29, 2021

Andie Huber

LA Weekend Events: Aug. 6-8

August is off to a great start thanks to in-person performances at The Wallis an art festival featuring over 160 makers and a waterbus that costs $1 a ride. Add in live music, movie nights and a chance to hang...

Our Editors’ Top Picks for the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale

It’s that special time of year when the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale rolls out the savings, and our credit cards see some extra miles and points. Out of the hundreds of products available on the site, here are the pieces...

27 Things to Do with Kids in LA before the Summer Is Over

If you can believe it (gasp!) summer is almost over (insert crying emoji). But wait! Before you make those final, back-to-school plans and shopping trips, to get the most out of the remaining weeks, we’ve created this end-of-summer bucket...

12 Fun Things You Can Do at Night (with Kids) in LA

Editor’s note: In-person activities are starting to begin again with some requiring advance timed tickets. To avoid disappointment, check the website for the latest information. Getting out for family fun after dark just feels extra special somehow. Whether your...

LA Weekend Events: Jul. 30-Aug. 1

Classic weekend fun is what’s on tap in Los Angeles thanks to fairs filled with carnival rides and corn dogs, a drive-in movie located at the Marina, an art exhibit that focuses on “Reconnecting” and so much more. Check...

LA Weekend Events: Jul. 16-18

This weekend has it all—from the return of a beloved fair to blooming gardens, drive-in movies, and a National Ice Cream Day celebration thrown in there for good measure, check out all the fun things to do with kids...

LA Weekend Events: Jul. 9-11

The temperature may be hot but this weekend the events are cool. Check out our list below for all the ways to play in and around LA this weekend—from participating in a live, interactive CLUE game to helping craft...

LA Weekend Events: Jul. 2-5

Happy Independence Day weekend! Here are all the details for the best 4th of July fireworks, parades & kid-friendly parties in LA, where you can kayak the LA River, learn about American Indian Art & Activism and cool down at...

LA Weekend Events: Jun. 25-27

And this is why we love LA: There are so many fun, culturally diverse things to do this weekend that this page is a bookmark must. From Bubble Planet, Life Beginnings and RECONNECTING (three new exhibits that are sure...

The Best 4th of July Fireworks, Parades & Kid-Friendly Parties in LA

We’ve got your guide to the most boom-tactic (albeit scaled-back) 4th of July events taking place in a LA neighborhood near you. From a small-town parade on the Westside to a disco-fueled night at the Hollywood Bowl, here are...

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