Sunday “Gayle on the Go!” , Sunday, August 16th, 2015

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 Happy Sunday! 

Avoid the Sunday heat by staying cool enjoying one of several Sunday events on the "Gayle on the Go!" list! Take a look!


Exhibit Extended Until September 7th !

Duesenberg: The Encore Exhibit

Lyon Air Museum

19300 Ike Jones Road

Santa Ana


Hooray! This exhibit was schedule to close last month! It’s been extended!


It’s the Dusenbergs, the finest cars money could buy from 1928 to 1935. They remain on display at the Lyon Air Museum in Santa Ana until September 7th.


It is estimated that 378 of the 481 originally manufactured Duesenbergs are still on the road today!


 22nd Annual Long Beach Crawfish Festival

Rainbow Lagoon

Long Beach

This is the 22th Annual Long Beach Crawfish Festival at Rainbow Lagoon Park. Of course, there’s lots of music, dancing, activities for the children, Cajun cuisine, and don’t forget THE CRAWFISH!  Yum! Yum! Yum!


African Textiles and Adornment:

Selections from the Marcel and Zaira Mis Collection

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

5905 Wilshire Boulevard

Los Angeles

323 857 6010

See the brilliant color, bold patterns, and intriguing symbols that characterize the dress of many societies throughout the African continent at the exhibition “African Textiles and Adornment” at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Not only are garments visually compelling, but they are also laden with emblems of power that signify the wealth, status, prestige, or even divinity of the bearer. The body’s seat of intelligence, spirit, and identity is also established by crowning the head with spectacular structures fashioned out of feathers or beads that soar above or surround the head, increasing or expanding a subject’s stature.

Featuring more than 35 dynamic textiles and commanding headdresses, this exhibition presents the profound visual impact of African textiles. Fashioned in a variety of techniques and enhanced with a broad range of natural materials, these extraordinary garments and headpieces sculpt the body into iconic form and serve as aesthetic surrogates for power and esteem


Sawdust Art Festival’s 49th Annual Summer Show

935 Laguna Canyon Road

Laguna Beach

949 494 3030

Interesting colors and patterns can be found at the 49th annual Sawdust Art and Craft Festival in Laguna Beach.  This fine art is produced by more than 200 hundred distinguished Laguna Beach artists.


We can meet the artists, watch demonstrations, and enjoy daily workshops as well as live music and delicious food now through the end of August.


 16th Annual Butterfly Pavilion

Natural History Museum

900 Exposition Boulevard

Los Angeles

1 213 763 DINO

You won’t believe the array of colors and patterns produced by Mother Nature at the Butterfly Pavilion.

See more than 30 native North American butterfly species and an array of plants that butterflies love at the Butterfly Pavilion at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.


Dead Sea Scrolls: The Exhibition

California Science Center

700 Exposition Park Drive

Los Angeles

Right next door at the California Science Center find the largest Dead Sea Scrolls exhibition ever mounted outside of Israel. The exhibition features more than 600 ancient artifacts. This special exhibition explores the science and significance of the Dead Sea Scrolls, manuscripts written and hidden in caves 2000 years ago and not discovered until 1947. The exhibition also features sections from 10 selections of the Dead Sea Scrolls, more than half never seen before in the U.S., including parts of the oldest known copies of the Hebrew Bible, also known as the Old Testament. 

Using multimedia exhibits, guests will explore the science and technology used to date these ancient manuscripts, decipher them, and preserve them for future generations. Additional highlights include a 3-ton stone from Jerusalem's Western Wall, limestone capitals from the first temple period (1000-586 BCE), Ossuaries from the early Roman period, and an ancient signature preserved for millennia on the Archer Seal.




Annenberg Space for Photography

2000 Avenue of the Stars

Los Angeles

213 403 3000

“Emerging” is a free exhibition at the Annenberg Space for Photography, which presents images by more than 90 emerging photographers from around the world who bring a fresh perspective and creative techniques to professional photography. The free exhibit explores how a new generation of photographers examines a variety of topics, from the personal to the global: youth culture, family, the environment, economic uncertainty, conflict and civil unrest, and the nature of the photographic image.


 Closes This Weekend!

Ventura County Fair

10 West Harbor Boulevard


805 648 3376

This is it! The last day of the Ventura County Fair.

In addition to fair rides and fair food, the “Country Fair with Ocean Air” will wrap up with the PRCA Rodeo, pig racing, live entertainment and arts and crafts.  


Closes This Weekend!

2015 OC Fair  

One Big Party 125th Celebration

88 Fair Drive

Costa Mesa

This is also the last day of the 2015 Orange County Fair, celebrating 125 years of fair fun, fair food and fair entertainment.


Here’s Johnny! The Making of the Tonight Show.

Fullerton Museum

301 North Pomona Avenue


714 738 6545

And , this is the closing weekend of the exhibition “Here’s Johnny! The Making of the Tonight Show.”

See excerpts of legendary talk show host Johnny Carson’s television episodes plus the images and information that give us insight into the preparation, the planning, the props and the costumes needed to create the multiple Emmy Award winning show.


Antenna TV

Full Length Episodes From 1972 to 1992

Johnny Carson

Starting January 1st 2016 

By the way, January 1, 2016, Tribune Broadcasting and Carson Entertainment will broadcast Johnny Carson on Antenna TV. This is the first time the Carson episodes will air in a strip since Carson retired in 1992.


 Celebrate Sunday! Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News.