Entries by Eugenia Lazaris

San Francisco 3 Ways

San Francisco is such a fascinating place to explore that simply “seeing the sights” isn’t enough to really get to know the city. The next time you take your family to the City by the Bay, choose one of these three ways to explore, or, if you’ve got the time, try all three to really […]

Photoville Comes to Los Angeles

Los Angeles is known for its progressive experiences and world-class art collections, making it an ideal destination for art lovers of all ages. This April a truly unique art exhibit is coming to town. Photoville, a one-of-a-kind art installation which originated eight years ago in New York, is finally coming to the City of Angels. […]

Easter for Families in Portland

Portland is an amazing place to visit with the family anytime of year but if you happen to be in town this Easter, you and your little ones are in for a real treat. The family-friendly city is bursting with fun activities to celebrate the holiday. Rabbit Romp at the Oregon Zoo Head to the […]

Oh, For the Love of Cheese!

Oh, the joys of comfort food … a steaming hot bowl of creamy mac ‘n cheese, mom’s classic meatloaf and who doesn’t love an ooey-gooey grilled cheese sandwich? Luckily, this scrumptious gastronomical delight has its own day to celebrate its lip-smacking goodness! This April, wherever you are, stop and pay homage to this childhood favorite. […]

Athens for Families

Athens is a city for lovers, a city for dreamers, and a city for adventurers, but if you didn’t know that it’s also a city for families, you just might be missing out. While it is well-known for its history, its culture and its nightlife, there are also some pretty unique opportunities to experience the […]

Expose the Family to Art at The Broad

When Eli Broad and his wife Edythe began amassing their personal art collection their dream was to one day create a place where it could all be accessible to everyone. When their namesake museum, The Broad, opened in 2015 in Downtown Los Angeles, their dream came to fruition. Today the museum, housed in a $140 […]