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 It’s Saturday! It’s a holiday weekend. There is useful information as well as interesting locations on the Saturday “Gayle on the Go!” list. Take a look at this morning’s report and then scroll down this page for more information I didn’t have time to tell you about during the broadcast.

Enjoy! Please stay safe!




12 New Cars That Get the Best MPG has released its list of the “12 New Cars That Get the Best MPG.”  Take a look at the variety of choices and the fuel economy offered on the website.


Back to Our Roots 

L.A. County Fair 


1101 West McKinley Avenue 


909 623 3111 

It will be worth a quick trip to Pomona for the L.A. County Fair. Believe it or not, this is the last weekend to celebrate the 100th anniversary of fair fun. And, yes, don’t forget the fair food. Don’t forget to check the for this last weekend of the fair activities.


Building the Essentials : Ferne Jacobs

Craft in America 

8415 West Third Street 

Los Angeles 

323 951 0610 

Now, this is interesting! “This is Building The Essentials: Ferne Jacobs” an exhibition at the Craft in America Center , the first ever retrospective of Los Angeles artist Ferne Jacobs. According to the center Ferne Jacobs has been at the forefront of the revolution in fiber art. She has pioneered ways to create a new category of sculpture. She builds solid structures with coiled, twined, and knotted thread.


Dress Codes 

Autry Museum of the American West

4700 Western Heritage Way 

Los Angeles 

At the Autry Museum, the exhibition “DRESS CODES”,  organized around six enduring icons of western style: blue jeans, fringed jackets, aloha shirt, the cowboy boot and more. We can look at what our clothes have to say about Western identities. Exhibition details are on website.


L.A. Fleet Week 2022

Port of Los Angeles

San Pedro  

*Event Schedule & Maps

*Around Town

*Visiting Ships


They’re here! The U.S Navy and the U.S. Marines for L.A. Fleet Week. Two ships are here. The U.S.S. Portland, a San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock ship, named after the city of Portland, Oregon.

Also here, the USS Essex, an amphibious assault ship designed to carry a full range of Navy and Marine Corps helicopters and other landing craft and amphibious vehicles, named for a Navy frigate launched in 1799.

You can see both as well as the historic San Pedro waterfront and the impressive military aircraft display at the Battleship Iowa Museum Expo, all part of this weekend’s L.A’s Fleet Week celebration.

Details are on the website.


So, let’s make this a “May is Military Appreciation” Saturday. Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News.