The grand opening of the Discovery Cube, Los Angeles finally brought hard-core hands on science and fun with the museum located in the Lake View Terrace community. The ...On May 8, 2015 / By Gene
The Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles’ famous art deco landmark, ranks as one of the most our city’s famous live performance theatres. Although for years my wife and I ...On December 28, 2016 / By Gene
Last week my wife and I made our way along the Bailey Canyon Trail, up in the community of Sierra Madre. Talk about a kid friendly hike! We ...On November 24, 2016 / By Gene
The Griffith Observatory, high on Mount Hollywood and visible to the LA basin beckons everyone to come up and share in the story of planets, stars, and galaxies. ...On October 17, 2016 / By Gene
The California Science Center invites you to bring your whole family, young and old, to experience their interactive science exhibits for free. Yep, that’s right. General admission is ...On September 8, 2016 / By Gene
Recently I went on a guided tour conducted by a member of the Commemorative Air Force of Southern California, at the WWII Aviation Museum in Camarillo. The CAF, ...On August 29, 2016 / By Gene
Did you recognize the location of our last quiz as St. Vincent Court? It’s really a block long alleyway and you’ll find it squeezed between two buildings down ...On August 19, 2016 / By Gene
Hi, My name is Gene Riley. I’m a retired school teacher with a passion for all things L.A. I decided to start this website to chronicle some of my favorite things to do in this beautiful city.