The Millennium Biltmore is a classically elegant hotel that tourists love to visit during trips to Los Angeles. It has hosted countless celebrity events throughout the decades, but one lovely young lady from Massachusetts who checked her bags into the hotel, Beth Short, was murdered before ever becoming a famous actress whose photos would appear [...]
The Central Valley of California seems an unlikely place to celebrate all things Egypt. But the region is steeped in history,and the public is invited to learn about and participate in an Egyptian Festival which will celebrate Egyptian culture with traditional food, pastries, coffee, entertainment, games and activities for all ages. Get your picture taken [...]
Top photo: April Berg pours tea to attendees of the Mother Daugher Tea at the Historic Newland House in Huntington Beach. Bottom photo left to right: Alma Moller; Tonya Delkash; Shannon Husted; Rita Kramer.
Crumpets, scones, and fine teas were served at the 7th annual Mother Daughter Tea in Huntington Beach recently. 45 people attending the [...]
When California State Parks announced a new fee structure for beach parking in August 2009, the prices were no surprise, but since that time, traffic to many beaches has been down. The $15 beach lots in Southern California are experiencing a decline in attendance as beach-goers get creative, finding other affordable ways of getting to [...]
Images above are from one photo with music and dance on stage simultaneously
Infinite Movement Ever Evolving (infinitemoves.com), a “mix-it-up” collaborative of artistic genres, debuts its latest work in Orange County at the Barclay Theatre Apr. 23-24. “Program II: Verbal Interludes”, showcases the group’s flair for the dramatic. The unique collective of artists with diverse talents, [...]