Sunday “Gayle on the Go!”, Sunday, January 14th, 2018

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Sunday "Gayle on the Go!", Sunday,January 14th, 2018

Happy Sunday! Relax and enjoy several Sunday activities on the SUNDAY, GAYLE ON THE GO!" lis

Meteorite Show and Tell @ 1pm
UCLA Meteorite Gallery
595 Charles Young Drive East
Geology 3697
Los Angeles
The UCLA Meteorite Gallery is having a free show and tell to introduce us to some of the beautiful and important new additions to the Gallery. In addition to the meteorites, see old manuscripts as well as meteorite-related art.


LA Kings Holiday Ice @ 4pm
Outdoor Ice Skating @ Corner of Erwin Street & Topanga Canyon Boulevard
Burn off some of those holiday calories at the LA KINGS HOLIDAY ICE at Westfield Topanga.
Adults, youngsters, seniors, and members of the military are invited to skate from 4pm to 10:30pm.


LA Art Show 2018
South Hall
Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 South Figueroa Street
Los Angeles
The LARGEST international art fair in the United States is happening at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
This global art fair has a new partnership with The Museum of the Arts of Guadalajara as well as exhibitors from more than 18-countries.


Norton Simon Museum
Taking Shape: Degas as Sculptor
Rembrandt: Prints “of a Particular Spirit”
Rembrandts “Self Portrait at the Age of 34”
411 West Colorado Boulevard
626 449 6840
While we’re on the subject of art, have you ever wondered about Pasadena’s Norton Simon Museum, the building you see every New Year’s Day in the background of the Rose Parade Presented by Honda? Well, there’s a lot going on there.
At the moment, there are three important exhibitions. “Taking Shape: Degas as Sculptor, explores the sculpting, paintings, and drawings of artist Edgar Degas. “Rembrandt: Prints of a Particular Spirit” contains 21-Rembrandt prints on loan from London’s National Gallery. And, also on loan from the The National Gallery, London, “Rembrandt’s “Self Portrait at the Age of 34”, making its U.S. debut.


Odysseo: Cavalia
5230 Camino Ruiz
1 866 999 8111
Equestrian and theatrical art combine to create what is described as “THE BEST SHOW EVER!” Cavalia Odysseo is happening in Camarillo. Audiences are taken to a live Hollywood-style movie set, where the moving interactions between human and horse are at the heart of the action. Layers of mesmerizing decor are combined with live music, gravity-defying acrobatics and aerial stunts. Add the staggering effects created by state-of-the-art scenery creating a sumptuous feast for the senses.
Ticket information is available at


Body World: Pulse
California Science Center
700 Exposition Park Drive
Los Angeles
323 724 3623
We can see the artistry of our own bodies at the California Science Center exhibit BODY WORLDS: PULSE. The unique venue allows us to learn about ourselves; how our bodies function when healthy and when not; and how the choices we make effect our health.
See this and more at the California Science Center. BODY WORLDS: PULSE closes next month.


Pasasdena Cheeseburger Week
Various Pasadena Restaurants
And, how about a snack? Pasadena Cheeseburger Week wraps up this weekend.
The celebration happens each year after the Tournament of Roses Parade paying homage to Lionel Sternberger credited with inventing the cheeseburger in 1924 while working at the family’s Pasadena Rite Spot roadside stand and restaurant.
Families and friends are invited to organize their own “Cheeseburger Crawl” and visit many of the participating Pasadena Week Cheeseburger Week restaurants. Find a location you might like at the website:


Have a TASTY Sunday! “Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News.


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