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A Journey Back in Time and Into the Future
Travel

A Journey Back in Time and Into the Future

By Greg Aragon Even though my recent road trip to California’s Eastern Sierra was carefully planned out, I still couldn’t resist stopping along the way to investigate other places of interest that caught my eye. Such was the case with Red Rock Canyon State Park and the Mojave Air and Space Port, both located off…

Trains, Tamales and Honey in Heritage Valley
Travel

Trains, Tamales and Honey in Heritage Valley

By Greg Aragon California has a myriad of small, old towns and I am always looking to explore them. Such was the case this past weekend when I and the family headed down historic Highway 126 and through Heritage Valley. Located between the I-5 Freeway in Santa Clarita and the city of Ventura, Heritage Valley…

Six Test Kitchen is a Foodie’s Dream
Travel

Six Test Kitchen is a Foodie’s Dream

Six Test Kitchen, in Paso Robles, is a dining experience like no other in the heart of Tin City. Expect to be impressed and thrilled, as each of the 14 courses are presented. The food and sophistication are astounding, even to the most experienced, well-traveled foodie. Six Test Kitchen is a Setting Unlike Anything I…

Fun in the Sun at Tacocita
Dining Delights

Fun in the Sun at Tacocita

By Brianna Chu Tacocita’s bright teal umbrellas and gorgeous succulent graffiti art brought an eye-catching new feature to the corner of Rosemead and Del Mar in East Pasadena when they opened early this October. The colorful aesthetic and playlist build a fun and playful hangout spot for a younger crowd, with picnic tables spread out…

Travel

Hollywood Horrors Come to Natural History Museum

By Greg Aragon If ancient dinosaur bones and bubbling tar pits aren’t scary enough, the Natural History Museums of Los Angeles County (NHMLAC) now has a new exhibit that will bring guests up close to some of the creepiest characters of all time. Entitled “Natural History of Horror,” the new exhibition links science, history, and…

Serenity by the Glass
Travel

Serenity by the Glass

The old adage that says, “It’s not the destination…it’s the journey,” is never truer than experiencing the drive north or south on the 101 Freeway through San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties. The drive, in and of itself, is pure eye candy for nature lovers. Magnificent mountain ranges, ocean views, rolling hills lined with…

Flavors from Around the Globe at Wanderlust Creamery
Dining Delights

Flavors from Around the Globe at Wanderlust Creamery

By Brianna Chu This phenomenal ice cream shop began…as a New Year’s Resolution. Back in 2015, Adrienne Borlongan and partner Jon-Patrick (JP) Lopez made a resolution, at the behest of his parents, to start their own business. Borlongan had always known she would run her own food concept one day, but hadn’t particularly known what…

5 Signs Swimming Is Your Ideal Sport
Health & Fitness

5 Signs Swimming Is Your Ideal Sport

By Arriane Cipher, Exclusive for Arcadiaweekly.com Looking for the right sport takes a lot of time and effort. You might find yourself spending countless weekends trying new activities, frustrated about whether or not a particular sport is the one for you. You may even do some research to curb those unnecessary trials. However, one sport…

5 Fun Things to Do in Your Free Time
Lifestyle

5 Fun Things to Do in Your Free Time

If you’re tired of throwing yourself on the sofa and watching mind-numbing TV series every evening or on your day off from work, you might be eager to spend your time more productively. If you want to find a new interest, embrace a new hobby or spend more quality time with your friends, family or…

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