Category Archives: Science & Technology

An Insider’s Guide to the Best Snorkeling Spots in Catalina

Written by David Hamburg, Founder and Chief Editor of Globo Surf There is a reason why Santa Catalina is so charming–it is filled with beautiful hidden harbors, beaches, and coves, and the waters are brimmed with eye-catching sea life. The best … Continue reading

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Aquarium of the Pacific and Harbor Breeze Cruise Whale Watching Excursion Welcomes a Cow and Newborn Calf!

It’s my opinion there really isn’t a bad time to jump on a Harbor Breeze Cruise and Aquarium of the Pacific whale watching excursion! At this time of year, the grey whales have been migrating south for a little over … Continue reading

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Events to Honor and Celebrate Black History Month

Black History is World History. Black History Parade and Festival in Altadena & Pasadena February 16, 2019   10 a.m. – 4 p.m.  FREE The 37th annual Black History Parade and Festival will begin at 10 a.m. at Charles White … Continue reading

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Moon Over Hollywood

Tonight’s Moon from Hollywood Blvd. 94% waxing Gibbous. Remember to watch the Full Moon/Eclipse Sunday. Please follow and like us:

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Lawrence English New Public Sound Artwork Installation ‘Seirá’ Incorporates Cold War Era Air Raid Sirens During ‘AxS Festival’

Do you remember the sound of the air raid sirens that went off like clockwork at 10:00 a.m. on the last Friday of every month during the Cold War in Los Angeles? Those of us lived at the time to hear … Continue reading

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Random LA: SpaceX Freaks Everyone Out!

Tonight Elon Musk’s SpaceX launched their first satellite into space on the Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base at around 7:20 PM, blowing everyone’s minds with a bizarre lightshow that looked like a nebula, a UFO, or one … Continue reading

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Take the Train: Wildlife Photographer of the Year at the Natural History Museum

If it’s been years since you wandered the halls of our Natural History Museum in Exposition Park, now might be a great time to reacquainted. If you’ve never been there, you’ll find a corner of Los Angeles you might not … Continue reading

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Tour the Lost and Long-Gone Graveyards of Los Angeles with Atlas Obscura this Sunday

If you love to explore the unusual, hidden and mysterious, you might already be familiar with the Atlas Obscura website, which contains articles about fascinating foods as well as travel guides for international attractions like strange public art, abandoned amusement … Continue reading

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Whale of a Day Celebration at Point Vincente this Saturday

Celebrate the Pacific Gray Whales as they migrate south from their “summer feeding grounds in the Bering and Chuchki Seas in Alaska to the winter breeding and calving grounds in Baja California.” Point Vincente is a prime whale watching spot, … Continue reading

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Al Gore’s “An Inconvenient Sequel” at The Hammer Museum

This Sunday, January 7th, former Vice President Al Gore will be at The Hammer Museum in Westwood for a free screening of An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power. Since our current administration is hell-bent on bringing about the apocalypse, let … Continue reading

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