Archive for the 'Los Angeles' Category



Jenni Pulos, Multitasking Mommy-to-Be raps Koala Kid, K-I-D!!!

Published on April 28, 2013

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Usually I am so exhausted from getting to all our activities that the Critter and I just hang at home on Fridays, but I could not resist an afternoon at the zoo for a screening of Koala Kid – a soon to be released animated feature on DVD, and HUGE deal: to be able to [...]


Culture and Costume at Fowler Museum

Published on April 27, 2013

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The Critter and I spent an idyllic afternoon last week at The Fowler, getting to know the wonderful gem of a museum located on the UCLA campus. The Fowler started as way for world travelers to share objects collected from different cultures, and its beautifully curated exhibits show all the love and care of those [...]


Check out the LA Times Festival of Books this weekend…

Published on April 19, 2013

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I’ve always wondered what the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books would be like and am so excited to finally see! I will no doubt go crazy trying to take in all the literature and programming, including visiting our friends at the HUB Network for a special screening a new episode of The Littlest Pet [...]


Art and Politics kick off BeverlyHillsMom’s 2013

Published on January 23, 2013

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Happy New Year to you, my faithful readers! First on my 2013 agenda was to by get involved and support Nancy Krasne for our local city council election. I believe she is the BEST candidate for our city – she is the one I know is reading ALL the lines and in between to make [...]


Going Downtown to Soar with Reading 2012

Published on August 17, 2012

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Continue the legacy – A Time for Heroes Celebrity Picnic is June 3rd

Published on May 24, 2012

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Since you know about my admiration for Elizabeth Glaser, I hope you will join me in attending this wonderful event or give heartily so that her legacy can continue…


Caine’s Arcade – Entrepreneurship Goes Viral

Published on May 2, 2012

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The things I would miss if I didn’t keep up with the PBS Parents Facebook page! I can’t begin to say all the things I love about this story – Caine built an entire arcade with business systems in place out of cardboard and repurposed objects out of his dad’s East LA auto parts business. [...]


LAArt Show for Generations of Art Lovers

Published on March 9, 2012

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You may recall that Barrie and I went to the LAArtShow Premiere Opening Party awhile back. My Perfect Husband thinks most contemporary art is bulls@*t, and I needed some catch up time with the gay husband, so we made it a downtown night. We started with cocktails and nibbles joined by a couple of Barrie’s [...]


Looking for Inspiration with LA Art Show…

Published on January 17, 2012

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I knew that January would be a wash, productively speaking. My little family now has a history of getting sick one after another, usually completely killing off the beginning of the year, and this has been no exception. As a creative, I never can break past worrying about my guys’ (the four legged one too) [...]


Mendelssohn’s Mystical Landscapes with the LA Philharmonic at Disney Hall

Published on December 7, 2011

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We were quite the culture vultures recently as guests experiencing the Toyota Symphonies for Youth production of “Mendelssohn’s Mystical Landscapes” at Walt Disney Concert Hall. The event promised to be a great outing for the family and did not disappoint! I was unsure if my almost five year old Critter would be able to [...]