Creep LA — A Next Level Haunt
Oct31

Creep LA — A Next Level Haunt

Usually I cover a list of events and for Halloween, but this year, it’s all about CreepLA, the ultimate haunt. That’s because it’s the biggest psychological mind thriller that I’ve experienced since Blumhouse’s The Purge: Fear the Night. CreepLA’s brilliant Justin Fix and his team created one of the sexiest, most stylish and deranged haunts that has ever crept into Los Angeles.   This is no ordinary haunted house. In its...

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“Kids Free San Diego” Returns This October
Oct29

“Kids Free San Diego” Returns This October

Families Enjoy Special Deals at San Diego Hotels, Attractions, Restaurants, Arts and Culture Venues and More During the entire month of October 2016, more than 110 San Diego hotels, restaurants, attractions, museums and transportation companies will offer families with children special deals, so they can enjoy San Diego without emptying their wallets. “Kids Free San Diego” provides families an opportunity to save during...

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West Hollywood’s Halloween Carnaval
Oct29

West Hollywood’s Halloween Carnaval

West Hollywood will soon be hosting their annual Halloween Carnaval, the largest Halloween street party in the world! Over half a million people will take to the streets of Santa Monica Blvd. for live-music and entertainment during this world-famous spectacle. Admission is free and open to the public, but it is highly recommended to leave kids and pets at home. Other tips to navigating the ins and outs of Carnaval can be found here....

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5 Best Southland Beaches to Visit in the Fall
Oct26

5 Best Southland Beaches to Visit in the Fall

Summer in SoCal is the best time to go to the beach, which is why most are so crowded. But the fall is even better because the beaches are just as spectacular, but much less crowded. If you’re looking for a little piece of peace, be sure to visit these secluded pockets of heaven. Trestles beach, or just Trestles, is a mystery beach for sunbathers but a home to surfers. It’s divided into sections; Church, Middles, Lowers, Uppers...

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The Conejo Cottontails
Oct24

The Conejo Cottontails

Thanks to the non-profit Art Trek Inc. and Arts Council of Conejo Valley, a quirky art venture is underway. Conejo means “rabbit” in Spanish, so there is no better plan by which to celebrate the Conejo Valley than with larger than life sculptures of cottontails. With the help of donations and sponsors from local organizations, businesses, and individuals, local artists are decorating the Greater Chamber of Commerce and other locations...

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