4 Reasons to Dine at Rubio’s Coastal Grill

My diet is forever evolving. While gluten-free is always a must since I’m allergic, I’ve had phases of vegan, vegetarian and pescatarian. Right now, you could call me a “Flex-itarian.” I do eat white meat, yet limit my dairy intake and continue to make vegan […]

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A Walk in the Woods Comes to LA Theatre Works this Weekend Only

It’s no secret I love live theatre. While I’ve attended countless plays and musicals, this week I’ll have the pleasure of seeing Lee Blessing’s A Walk in the Woods. Yet, with a twist. Instead of a traditional stage production, LA Theatre Works is presetting the […]

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Inland Pacific Ballet Presents The Nutcracker

Nothing celebrates the holiday season quite like The Nutcracker. As someone who adores musicals and concerts, the ballet has never been my “thing.” I decided to change that when The Inland Pacific Ballet invited me out to experience their annual spectacular of the beloved Christmas […]

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The Un-authorized Musical Parody of Stranger Things comes to Rockwell Table & Stage

If you’re still sad there was no Stranger Things premiere this year for Halloween, rest assured. To fill that void as we await another season, leave it to Los Angeles’ Rockwell Table and Stage to take us to the upside down. The popular series of […]

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Seeing Little Italy and Making Pizza at Sur La Table

I have such fond memories of Los Angeles’ Original Farmers Market from growing up. With its vast selection of food, meats, produce-It’s always been a great attraction to visit and whistling distance to the Miracle Mile. You can imagine my surprise when I moved back […]

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The LA Food Fest Returns and Chance to win 2 Tickets from Along Comes Mary

Summer is winding down faster than I would like. While I don’t exactly love the heatwaves we’ve had, I love all opportunities be outside in LA. Preferably at a food and wine festival. Lucky for us Angelinos, the LA Food Fest will return at its […]

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The Odyssey Pays Tribute to Stephen Sondheim with Side by Side

Before Broadway had hits like Hamilton and Dear Evan Hanson, there was the steady and phenomenal impact of Stephen Sondheim. Now 88 years young, the New York native paved the way for such ground-breaking works we’ve seen from the stage in recent years with pieces […]

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