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Gia #HFF17 Toys Review

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move 18 minutes was all she needed to make her point. A sober audience sat completely still and silent not knowing whether to leave or stay in the semi-lit house at the finale of... Continue Reading →

‘We Are LA Family’ on Saturday, September 17th

This Saturday, September 17, 2016, the We Are LA Family Music Festival, a daylong celebration will take place at the StubHub Center in Carson, California. The festival will feature educational family activities representing major cities and cultures in SoCal and... Continue Reading →

Here’s How to Make Sure No Kid Goes Hungry Today

Today's Goal: Serve one million pancakes to make an impact in the lives of hungry children across America. At least one in every five children (over sixteen million) across the U.S. struggles to get the food they need to grow... Continue Reading →

Disney’s ‘The Little Mermaid’ Is A Family-Friendly Must-Sea

Reviewed by Marc Wheeler The beloved Disney classic The Little Mermaid has set ashore in La Mirada. Based on the Hans Christian Andersen story which inspired the 1989 animated film, this stage musical unites the magical worlds both above and... Continue Reading →

REDCAT Opens 10th Annual International Children’s Film Festival on May 2nd

Featuring Short Animated and Live Action Films from more than 35 Countries. May 2-17, 2015 Amai the Bird of Light by Fauzia Minallah (Pakistan) The 10th annual REDCAT International Children’s Film Festival features three weekends of adventurous short-film programs to... Continue Reading →

‘Silent Witnesses’ at the Odyssey Theatre, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move A genuinely humanizing, beautiful and hopeful amalgamation of the conversations of four women, one of whom is the therapist of the other three, Silent Witnesses at the Odyssey Theatre articulates the narrative memories of child... Continue Reading →

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