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Southern California Dining Discoveries with an Asian Flair

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Southern California Dining Discoveries with an Asian Flair

by Nicole Muj It’s true that in Southern California one can find almost any kind of cuisine from Western and Eastern Europe, Latin America, Middle East and Asia. Cuisine from Asia is as diverse as one country is from another, as is the style of food preparation and price range. Recently two different but very […]

Anime Expo 2018 Celebrates a Successful Turnout

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Anime Expo 2018 Celebrates a Successful Turnout

by Liz Tarnof For anyone who attended Anime Expo (AX) last year in Los Angeles knows the pain experienced in waiting for hours to get into the convention center. This year, The Society for the promotion of Japanese Animation (SPJA) really stepped up their game and provided an incredibly smooth process of obtaining badges and […]

San Diego County Fair 2018 – How Sweet It Is!

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San Diego County Fair 2018 – How Sweet It Is!

by Liz Tarnof The San Diego County Fair has come and gone, spanning 26 days and providing over 1.5 million guests with a magical Candyland experience. “How Sweet It Is” was the theme this year, causing great excitement amongst all the candy and dessert lovers. Fairgoers experienced sweet embellishments wherever they went and had an […]

Santa Anita Races for the Rosés

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Santa Anita Races for the Rosés

by Nicole Muj As The Belmont Stakes, the final jewel of the Triple Crown is making final preparations for Saturday, June 9, the same day also marks Official National Rosé Day that will be fêted around the world. Recently, the rosé trend was celebrated at the iconic Santa Anita Park where guests were invited for […]

6 Vacation Getaways Music Lovers Need

Regardless of your music taste, there are some destinations that must be at the top of your travel bucket list. If you want to explore musical history, festivals, or attractions, here are six vacation getaways music lovers need. Seattle, Washington Seattle is the birthplace of grunge music, which dates back to the early 1990s. Lovers […]

Knotts Berry Farm Presents HangTime – The First Dive Coaster

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Knotts Berry Farm Presents HangTime – The First Dive Coaster

by Liz Tarnof HangTime is now officially open to the public at Knott’s Berry Farm in Buena Park. This brand new roller coaster towers 150 feet over the Boardwalk area, featuring gravity-defying inversions, mid-air suspensions and a beyond vertical drop – the steepest in California. Riders ascend 15 stories up a vertical lift hill, and […]

5 Excellent Alternative Vacation Destinations in 2018

Deciding on a vacation destination can be difficult when there are so many incredible countries to see and how reaching these places is so easy and fast in 2018. There are choices like England, Italy, China and Australia, but there are also a host of other great places to visit which are a good alternative […]

7 Tips For First Time Visitors To Las Vegas

Visiting Las Vegas for the first time is always something exciting to look forward to and is sure to be the highlight of your calendar. There is, after all, nowhere quite like Vegas and whether you’re there for business or pleasure, you’re sure to find something to amuse you – there is a lot to […]

How to Arrive in Vegas in Style

How to Arrive in Vegas in Style

Las Vegas can boast a unique and wonderful reputation around the world for displaying some of the most exciting excesses of modern life alongside incredible hotels, wonderful attractions and a peaceful, expansive desert landscape inside which is an oasis of activity and fun. For many, it provides businesspeople and holidaymakers with a taste of the […]

The Italian American Museum of Los Angeles Unveils “ITALIANITÀ: Italian Diaspora Artists Examine Identity”

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The Italian American Museum of Los Angeles Unveils “ITALIANITÀ: Italian Diaspora Artists Examine Identity”

By Nicole Muj The Italian American Museum of Los Angeles (IAMLA) has opened its doors to a new, collective exhibition “ITALIANITÀ: Italian Diaspora Artists Examine Identity,” now open to the public through January 13, 2019. The exhibition features celebrated artists Joseph Stella, Ralph Fasanella, Italo Scanga, Leo Politi, Paolo Soleri, Luigia Martelloni, Cynthia Minet, and […]

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