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The Corpse Flower, blooming

The Corpse Flower at The Huntington Library

The Corpse Flower is more officially known as the Titan Arum (Amorphophallus titanum) a flowering plant that is native to Sumatra. It is a flowering plant with the largest unbranched inflorescence in the world – ...

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LA Zoo Roaring Nights Elephants

LA Zoo Roaring Nights

Roaring Nights is an event that the Los Angeles Zoo hosts several times during the summer, opening up the zoo after hours for a special late night of music, food and fun. I’d heard about ...

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Cork Globe

Cork Globe

There are many ways to document your travels. You can share your pictures on Facebook, post them on your blog or stick pins in a huge map that you tack up on your wall. I’m ...

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Tim Burton Exhibition at LACMA, reviewed

Tim Burton Exhibition at LACMA, reviewed

The Tim Burton Exhibition is a retrospective that explores “the full range of Tim Burton’s creative work, both as a film director and as an artist, illustrator, photographer, and writer” over the span of his ...

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Visiting the Stahl House

Visiting the Stahl House

If you have even the slightest bit of interest in architecture or design or Los Angeles, the Stahl House is well worth a visit. The iconic house is open for tours, and a reservation will ...

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Father’s Office, Culver City, California

Father’s Office, Culver City, California

Father’s Office is a gastropub with a bit of history to it. It was founded in the 1950s as a neighborhood bar that served craft and locally brewed beers, which a little unusual for the ...

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King’s Hawaiian, Torrance, CA

King’s Hawaiian, Torrance, CA

Rob and I are huge fans of Hawaiian food, but it’s something that you don’t often find outside of Hawaii. Oh sure, you’ll find hints of tropical flavor here and there, but it’s not the ...

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