Family travel to San Francisco and Half Moon Bay offers the chance to explore a new city, and nature.
Spring officially begins March 20, and themed events throughout the month welcome the new season, celebrate nature and offer a few lessons. The Natural History Museum hosts L.A. Nature Fest from 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. March 16-17, giving families a chance to learn about the plants and animals that inhabit urban L.A., meet the folks who […]
Life on the road led Americana singer-songwriter Rhett Miller to write his first book, a collection of children’s poems entitled “No More Poems” The poems, however, weren’t inspired by wild rock band escapades (except maybe for “Stinky Mouth You”). They were created as a way for Miller to extend his Facetime conversations with his two […]
Author Roald Dahl’s popular books are blockbusters when adapted for screen and stage. This March, you can attend productions of three different Dahl books by three different SoCal theaters. 5-Star Theatricals is presenting “Matilda the Musical” at the Fred Kavli Theatre in Thousand Oaks March 22-31. The winner of four Tonys and more than 40 […]
L.A. parents are, in many ways, at the forefront of ecoparenting. Many Angeleno kids grow up visiting farmers markets, recycling their trash and spending time outdoors hiking or at the beach. But many products that our children use every day still contain a cocktail of chemicals. Children’s soaps, moisturizers and other personal-care products often contain […]