Join the Chabad of Beverly Hills & Two Rodeo for the annual Hanukkah Celebration Event on Via Rodeo. Enjoy live music, food and much more!
If you’re looking for a little holiday cheer, look no further: Grinchmas is here! Snap a photo with The Grinch or a 60 foot tree, then visit Max to take a picture for all to see. Each postcard you send to The Grinch promising 3 good deeds, means a book will be sent to a […]
Use your museum membership to get your holiday shopping started! Receive 20% off merchandise in the Busy Bee Learning Store all weekend and a free music CD with purchases over $50. Also, visit participating museums for free and enjoy 20% off at their stores! Not a member yet? Join today!
Live Music, Café Cocktails & Bakery Bites! PLUS – A little pre-holiday gift shopping! Unique, one-of-a-kind artwork, photography, jewelry, clothing, cosmetics and more! Get a stylish start to the holiday season! Please join us for the LA Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce’ 2nd Annual Women’s Pre-Holiday Garden Party, in conjunction with LAWN, LA Femme […]
By Alexandra Temblador There are few holidays that can cause us to reflect on how diverse family structures are in America than Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. With these holidays just around the corner, it’s good to consider what these holidays symbolize in the lives of many children across the United States. For some, Mother’s […]
By Amber Leventry Lest anyone not have noticed that the grocery store displays changed right after Christmas to heart-shaped boxes and red bags of chocolate, Valentine’s Day is on Friday. And for three weeks, I have been hearing television and radio advertisements encouraging us to buy that special someone roses, chocolate covered strawberries, and sexy […]
By Henry Amador As the new year approaches we often find ourselves feeling a tad overwhelmed, frustrated and oh so weary. It’s as if we are looking at life, at ourselves and all the people we encounter with those horrible magnifying makeup mirrors. Every flaw, every nuance is exaggerated and every feeling seems designed to […]
By: Shannon Ralph Dear Santa: Merry Christmas! It’s been a while. I think the last time I wrote to you was when I was 11 years old. That was the year my dad died and the year before I pestered my mother so much about your existence that she finally yelled at me in a […]
By Diane Ponist Thanksgiving this year in our household was a huge deal. We have 5 brand new members of our family sitting at the table to take part with us for their first time. This is why I wanted a big family, for each of them to appreciate what has happened in their life […]
By Lisa Regula Meyer I have to take a break from all the talk of Newtown, Connecticut, because frankly, it’s too depressing even for me to write about the topic at this point, and I’d wager that parents reading this either currently feel or have felt similarly. To focus on a bright spot […]