Sunday “Gayle on the Go!” , Sunday, October 4th, 2015

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Happy Sunday! Rain or no rain, there are plenty of indoor and well as outdoor activities for everyone.  Take a look!



Longines Masters Los Angeles

Los Angeles Convention Center

Downtown Los Angeles

Get your riding boots! It's elegant! It's athletic! It's international! It's competitive. The Longines Masters of Los Angeles indoor show jumping competition has come to town and will be here through Sunday!


The International Gem & Jewelry Show, Inc.

Hyatt Regency Century Plaza

2025 Avenue of the Stars

Los Angeles

How about some bling! You can find plenty at The International Gem & Jewelry Show at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza.

Vendors say they have brought the largest selection of jewelry at the lowest prices.


World War II B-17 Aluminum Overcast Tour


Long Beach Airport

3333 East Spring Street

Long Beach

Go aboard one of the few remaining airworthy B-17s in the world. The Aluminum Overcast is in town at the Long Beach Airport.

Climb aboard the World War Two era, 65,000 pound B-17 bomber.

Stand in the footsteps of the bombardier, the navigator, and the waist gunner and relive history by experiencing this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to fly in one of World War II's most vital and magnificent aircraft.

Revenues from the B-17 tour help cover maintenance and operations costs for the aircraft.

Ground Tours 2-5 p.m. (unless noted), weather permitting $10: Individual Rate $20: Family Rate (adults/children up to 17)  Free: Children under 8 (with paying adult)  Free: Veterans / Active Military

Mission Flights (weather permitting) Advance $409: EAA Members $449: Nonmembers

Walk-Up $435: EAA Members $475: Nonmembers


Brewery Artwalk

2100 North Main Street

Los Angeles

323 638 9382

The open studio Brewery Artwalk is the world’s largest art complex, where more than 100 resident artists  open their studios to the public to exhibit their paintings, sculptures, photography and architecture. 

The Brewery Art Colony, located in Los Angeles, is known as the largest live-and-work artists' colony in the world. The campus sits on twenty-one former warehouses with an old Edison power plant chimney, work studios, living lofts, restaurants and galleries.

The Brewery is home to practitioners of a variety of artistic mediums from painting, sculpture and photography to industrial design, architecture and experimental new media. For over thirty three years of The Brewery in downtown Los Angeles has been the world's largest in-residence art community. 

The Brewery Artist Colony existed for 82 years as a functional brewery.  First as the Eastside Brewery in 1897 and later the Pabst Blue Ribbon Brewery which closed in 1979.  Carlson Industries purchased the property in 1980 and spent the next three years repurposing it into artist live/work spaces to take advantage of the city's new aritst-in-residence code.  The Edison Power Plant is a separate structure built in 1903 and later acquired by Carlson Industries. Years later it was converted into artist lofts. 

The Brewery Artwalk will also include a beer garden, hosted by the Brewery's onsite restaurant, Barbara's, food trucks and will be open both Saturday and Sunday from 11am-6pm.

 The Brewery Artwalk Association, (BAA) is a not-for-profit 501(c) 3 Organization whose mission is to produce, organize and facilitate the recurring biannual event.   The Artwalk allows artists at the Brewery the opportunity to open their studios and connect with the general public, the art industry, other working artists and the community. During this unique weekend event, families, children, students and individuals are encouraged to view the artists' work, meet with the artists in person and engage in dialogue about the art. The event, which is now an L.A tradition, is a community service open and free to all.


11th Annual Reyes Adobe Days Festival @ 11am Reyes Adobe Historical Site 5464 Reyes Adobe Road

Agoura Hills

(213) 291-7102 

The 11th Annual Reyes Adobe Days Festival at the Reyes Adobe Historical Site in Agoura Hills celebrates the very best of California culture, past and present, on the grounds of an original 1845 California rancho with music and performance stages (Gold Rush Country, Doo-wah Riders); hands-on rancho activities including pony rides and petting zoo; art boutique and gallery; local craft beer; food trucks; museum tours and more.

The Farmhouse Tent features local artisans, brew masters, textile artists, and jewelers all in one spot.


Vegan Oktoberfest 2015

LA Center Studios

450 South Bixel Street

Los Angeles

Vegan Oktoberfest is a traditional Oktoberfest celebration featuring great vegan food and beer!  Unlimited pours of over 50 different beers! More than 30 different food vendors! Live Oompah music, stein holding contests, and more!


25th Annual Veterans Memorial Car Show @ 8am Veterans for Veterans Foundation 8:00am Jerry L. Pettis Memorial VA Medical Center 11201 Benton

Loma Linda

(909) 350-9816

Celebrate all things automotive at the 25th Annual Veterans Memorial Car Show. Proceeds benefit the Jerry L. Pettis Memorial VA Medical Center in Loma Linda.


K-Food Week

Wrap up K-Food week, the largest Korean food event in the United States.

Korean restaurants and supermarkets are providing diverse, healthy, and delicious food  at a variety of locations not just in Southern California, but across the country, including Georgia, Massachusetts, Illinois, Texas, Michigan, New York, New Jersey, Metropolitan Washington D.C., and Pennsylvania.

This event is sponsored by the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in the U.S. and the Korea Agro-Fisheries & Food Trade Corporation.

The event offers opportunities for everyone, from Korean food lovers to those who are new to Korean food, to enjoy a variety of delicious and healthy Korean dishes and Korean food products at a discount.

The find a participating venue , check the website:


Los Angeles Korean Festival

Seoul International Park

3250 San Marino St Los Angeles

Los Angeles Korean Festival takes Seoul International Park in Los Angeles sharing Korean culture. Sample authentic Korean delicacies such as Bi-Bim-Bap, Duk-Bok-Gi, as well as K-pop and cultural performances!

Admission is free!


Los Angeles Haunted Hayride

Griffith Park 

4730 Crystal Springs Drive Los Angeles

310 993 8289

Ahhh! This a sign of the season! It’s the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride in Griffith Park, described as the darkest, the scariest and the most haunting experience of the Halloween season.

How scary is this? It is NOT recommended for children under the age of 8.


4th Annual Redondo Beach Dog Costume Contest @ 11am

Redondo Beach Civic Center

401 Diamond Street Redondo Beach

310 379 2477, Extension 2336

Halloween is not just for people! 4th Annual Dog Costume Contest is happening in Redondo Beach. Categories for the contest include the funniest, the best homemade and the best dog and owner pair costume.

All dogs must be well behaved and kept on a leash. No retractable leashes, please!


Lucas Oil Off Road Expo


1101 W. McKinley Avenue


Let’s get dirty at the 2015 Lucas Oil Off-Road Expo Powered by General Tire.  

From off-road racing to rock crawling, trail riding to sand sports, to motorcycles and ATV's, to camping and adventure travel, you have the unique opportunity to meet and talk with the most knowledgeable people in the off-road industry. More than 325 off-road vendors have everything you can image that pertains to the dynamic world of off-road.


Gracias Christmas Cantata 2015

Shrine Auditorium

665 W Jefferson Boulevard Los Angeles


29th Annual Hot Wheels Collectors Convention

Los Angeles Airport Marriot

5855 West Century Boulevard Los Angeles


25th Chatsworth Pioneer Day Family Festival @ 11am Chatsworth Pioneer Day The Homestead Acre at Chatsworth Park South 10385 Shadow Oak Drive

Chatsworth (818) 368-9178


 Gayle, Gayle on the Go, Anderson

KTLA 5 News


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Celebrate Sunday! Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News.




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