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Here's to falling in love with new sights and sounds this weekend. We've got classics -- Stuart Little and James Brown -- as well as something very unusual and cool at CAP/UCLA. Take a look at our top six ideas for everyone in your household. You'll find more ideas and features online at The Family Savvy.
Dumb Starbucks emerged as a pop up coffee shop and viral parody over the weekend in Los Feliz, California. Explained as a fair-use art project, "Dumb Starbucks" was serving free "dumb vanilla lattes," "dumb caramel macchiatos"...you get the point. Show More Summary
Fighting for equality is never an easy thing. To challenge discriminatory policies or change people's pre-conceived ideas is perhaps one of the most difficult things to do. While fighting for your rights is not an easy path however, fighting for the rights of others is even harder still. Show More Summary
When it comes to discussing United States civil court policy, which frankly I do more than some of my friends might like, I have to thank Newport News, Virginia civil courts for illustrating a trend. Newport News, a city of 180,000 people,...Show More Summary
Don't make the mistake my husband did last year and show up empty handed on Feb 14! Here are a few last minute ideas to keep you out of the dog house!
As befits an art space that calls itself a "lab," the interior of the El Segundo Museum of Art is sparse. In the center of the space rests a chair and, piled with art books, a small table. The walls are lab white, the ceiling high. The...Show More Summary
I don't usually do sequels to blogs, but events have moved rapidly since my first blog on Speaker John Boehner's injecting himself into California water policy. For one thing, it's raining here, so the worst drought in the state's history may become just a severe drought. Show More Summary
"I don't do fashion, I am fashion." -- Coco Chanel Suede suits. Lace dresses. Faux leather jackets. Old school tennis shoes. I can never keep track of what is trendy now, what used to be trendy, and furthermore, what should I spend my cash on. Show More Summary
Georgina Henry, a longtime editor at The Guardian, died today at her home in London, two years after being diagnosed with a brain tumor. Her life and legacy at The Guardian, as a journalist, editor and champion of opening up the conversation to voices that would otherwise go unheard, touched many of us in the media world. Show More Summary
In newspaper parlance, a story that is above the fold means that it is on the front page of a newspaper above the centerfold of the page, indicating that it is important. So the title of Bernie Weinraub's new play, Above the Fold, does indicate that it is important -- and yes, it is. Show More Summary
Pretty much any epithet used to describe the art critic and MacArthur Award laureate Dave Hickey is doomed to fail. His last four decades as an art critic earned him the title "the enfant terrible of art criticism," for speaking hisShow More Summary
You may have heard that California is experiencing a devastating drought. Sure, we're using social media to share photos of ourselves cavorting on the beach in Santa Cruz, wearing swimsuits on Martin Luther King Jr''s birthday so that...Show More Summary
Queen Victoria's son King Edward VII ushered in a new century during his brief yet historic reign as the first British monarch of the House of Windsor from 1901-1910. Since then, "Edwardian" has come to define the art, fashion and intellectual...Show More Summary
No sooner did my husband drive down the driveway last week when one of the smoke alarms in the house started blasting. Blasting as in ear-splitting, migraine-inducing, scare-the-dogs-off, hurt-your-molars blasting. Vic was too far away...Show More Summary
Two years ago, when we were sophomores, we walked into a room with a dozen of our female classmates and became part of something that was way bigger than we could have ever imagined. Inspired by Maria Shriver's Women's Conference, we...Show More Summary
Complaints of a lack of snow fell upon deaf and frostbitten ears in Park City, where skiers recently flocked for good powder (note to my L.A. friends: flocking for good powder is not what you think it is). Simultaneously, indie filmmakers...Show More Summary
Unyielding efforts are being made in the Oklahoma State Senate to legalize marijuana for recreational purposes for adults age 21 and older. Senator Connie Johnson has introduced Senate Bill 2116 that, if successful, would legalize, tax...Show More Summary
Isabel Allende is a petite 71-year-old woman who was born in Peru, where her father was the Chilean ambassador, grew up in Chile and then went into exile in the neighboring country of Venezuela, and now lives near San Francisco. SheShow More Summary
Get smart about your Oscar pool, celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Beatles on Ed Sullivan and introduce your kids to Charlie Chaplin. All this weekend! Check out our website for more timely ideas to keep your family occupied.
Whether you live with a boyfriend, a boy friend, a random dude from Craigslist (cue the New Girl theme song), your ex, or your brother, if you're a female there are probably quite a few things that piss you off about it. Other than the...Show More Summary