Editor's Picks

Stories & Giving with Milk & Bookies

What goes great with Milk & Bookies? Giving & Cookies! This celebration of books, kids, literacy and giving is a part reading party, part giving opportunity, and all family bookie fun.

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In A Galaxy Not-So-Far-Away: Star Wars Celebration Arrives

Star Wars Celebration is coming to Anaheim from a galaxy far, far away and little padawans and their all knowing Jedi master parents alike will have a blast(er) with our inside tips.

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Surf & Sand: Summer Camps By the Sea

Whether your beach babe already knows how to surf or is just leaning to swim, they can spend the summer by the shore at one of our favorite summer camps at the beach.

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Mouthwatering BBQ Your Kids Love

Summertime weather calls for BBQ! If it’s too hot to grill at home, we’ve got 6 spots that will delight the whole crew.

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Weekend Drop-In Classes for Working Parents

It can be hard to find the perfect art or music exploration class to take with your tot when you’re a working parent. These awesome classes are offered weekends and drop-in, so they’re there whenever you want them!

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New Camp Opening: Galileo Innovation Camp

Ouch! That camp you had your eye on filled up in the fifteen minutes you were at lunch. Luckily, there’s a new camp in town and it’s one SF import we can really embrace!

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12 Secrets to Having the Most Fun at Ren Faire

“Huzzah” to jousting knights, court jesters, fair maidens, and giant turkey legs. Our tips will make sure your kids have a blast as you travel to the past.

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A Foodie Trend Tots Dig: Tricked Out Toasts

Move over butter, these toast spots are spreading everything but the kitchen sink on thick, all on a base of to-die-for slabs of bread.

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Nature Calls With 5 Spring Outdoor Adventures

Gardens and farms, bees and butterflies – see what’s blooming and growing this spring break with these local adventures in the great outdoors.

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Brain Bending in LA On Spring Break

Keep the big brains of your little learners thriving on Spring Break with these educational adventures you can take together.

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Foodstirs: An LA Company Stirs up Family Fun

Bring our your inner Julia Child, with the Betty Crocker ease of Foodstirs, the cooking kit that gets you in the kitchen with your kids.

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Suds & Sippys: 7 Beer Spots That Welcome Kids

We’ve got the scoop on 7 super spots that cater to kids where you can grab something local, international, rare or refined. Or just cold and refreshing.

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Just Launched in LA: Momstamp.com

If you need help, who would you ask for a referral? Imagine Facebook, Angie’s List and Yelp had a genius baby, perused and populated by parents.

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Zip Over To The New And Improved Griffith Park Playground

We love when local parks up their game, and this one did it right with a new zip-line, shade, climbing rocks and even a fence to keep them trapped, er, safe!

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We are happy to announce that the Children's Italian Book Fair will be back on November 8 and 9 at SPAZIO ITALIANO. Join us for the Seventh Annual Event - La Festa del Libro. It's your support that has made our event such a continuing success! Enjoy more than 500 carefully selected, Italian language books for children (ages 0-10) from exclusive Italian publishers including: Einaudi, Mondadori, Emme Edizioni, Giunti, Dami, Topipittori and more. This year's book selection covers a large range of educational topics, design styles, and classic Italian stories. STORY TIME IN ITALIAN: Saturday November 8th at 11am and 3pm Sunday November 9th at 11am. Reading from the 2014 most popular books! BOOK WORK SHOP with Michelle Longega Wilson on Sunday November 9th from 2 to 3pm. We will wrap our two days Book Fair Extravaganza with an inspiring presentation! We are happy to announce that Michelle Longega Wilson (an 8-year-old author) will present her first bilingual book "The girl with a Magical Unicorn/Le avventure di Giulia" and have a workshop for kids at La Festa del Libro 2014. Michelle will present a simple step-by step plan that she used to imagine, write and publish her first book. Parking Garages in the area: American Parking on 721 Filbert Street North Beach Parking Garage on 735 Vallejo Steet Vallejo Street Garage - Parking on 766 Vallejo Street The Seventh Annual - Festa del Libro is organized by Bambini Books in partnership with Spazio Italiano.

Red Tricycle LA’s First Virtual Book Club

Move over Oprah, there’s a new book group in town! Our writers suggest read aloud books your whole family will love.

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