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Recent Posts:  Page 55

Springsteen Exhibit to Rock Philly

Bruce Springsteen, a.k.a. “The Boss,” started his career in New Jersey, made his way to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, and will soon rock the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. Springsteen’s must-see exhibition, From Asbury Park to the Promised Land: The Life and Music of Bruce Springsteen, will run from Feb. 17 to Sept. 3, 2012. read more »

Escape the Winter Blues with a Trip to L.A.

Most of the time, I love living in a part of the country that has four distinct weather seasons. But when winter’s grip is deep and strong, as it is now, I find myself longing for a warm respite. Oh, to be in Los Angeles, where February’s average temperatures range from 49 degrees F to 69 degrees F… where fresh produce still graces farmers markets … where amusement parks still flicker with lights… where you can walk about without the added poundage of winter attire… Let’s go! read more »

Hollywood: Making Movies & Dreams Come True for 125 Years

Bright lights, big premieres, beautiful stars. Hollywood and the movies – one would likely not exist without the other. Hollywood, Calif., may not be the actual birthplace of the movies (the East Coast holds that particular distinction), but Hollywood is definitely where the movies became legendary, and the movies helped make Hollywood the land of dreams it is today. On February 1, The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce will honor the 125th Birthday of Hollywood with a celebration at the Hollywood & Highland Courtyard. To honor the special relationship between the land of stars and the world of movies, we present a brief history of some of Hollywood’s highlights, along with the film world’s biggest moments. read more »

Exploring and Enjoying Santa Monica

As the second largest city in the United States, the Los Angeles area has a lot to offer visitors. The reality is that you could spend years in L.A. without seeing all that there is to see. From Hollywood to Anaheim and Ventura to Long Beach, the possibilities are endless. Making a weekend trip is even more daunting, especially if it’s your first time to the area. A good strategy is to pick one area to focus on when visiting, rather than trying to do too much. With that in mind, I’ll focus on Santa Monica, which is one of Los Angeles’ more enchanting communities. read more »

Embrace the Fine Art of Dining

On a recent trip to San Francisco, my husband and I wanted to check out the final days of Richard Serra’s exhibition at SFMOMA. We popped in, took a look around the atrium and caught a glimpse high above of a flickering grid of tiny lights before a kind employee politely told us the museum wasn’t open for the day. Lucky for us, the museum’s restaurant was open, and we were starving. We decided to eat an early lunch in Caffé Museo before submerging ourselves in art. After all, one must be properly fueled to fully appreciate art. read more »

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