Sunday “Gayle on the Go!”, Sunday, November 1st, 2015

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Happy Sunday!

Welcome November at the new science activities at the California Science Center; learn if you have items that are trash or treasure; learn the story of Dia de los Muertos and more on the Sunday "Gayle on the Go!" report.



Space Fest
California Science Center
700 Exposition Park Drive
Los Angeles

Celebrate science at SPACE FEST at the California Science Center featuring NASA exhibits, displays and educational demonstrations honoring aeronautics and space explorations past, present and future. Visitors will learn about current NASA research missions, future space travel and NASA involvement in enhancing aeronautics.
Guests will experience a number of unique activities including: exploring Mars to unlock the secrets of the Red Planet; checking out models of cool NASA air and spacecraft; and taking photos in a space suit with scenes of Mars and the International Space Station.


Journey To Space: The Exhibition
California Science Center
700 Exposition Park Drive
Los Angeles

While you’re at the California Science Center don’t miss the new exhibit JOURNEY TO SPACE: THE EXHIBITION, which examines the environment of space, including the very real dangers astronauts face during their mission above Earth and the adaptations that engineers have developed to help them survive. Visitors will learn about the vacuum of space, radiation, meteoroids, and temperature extremes, while getting a look at all of the ways in which the forbidding environment of space can challenge human exploration.

In conjunction with the exhibition, the California Science Center presents JOURNEY TO SPACE 3D, a film that explores both the storied past and ambitious future of space travel. This family-friendly film is narrated by film and television legend Sir Patrick Stewart and includes extensive interviews with NASA astronauts Chris Ferguson and Serena Aunon.


Space Shuttle Endeavour
Samuel Oschin Pavilion
California Science Center
700 Exposition Park Drive
Los Angeles

And, don’t forget to take a look at the magnificent Space Shuttle Endeavour. Discover the science and learn about the Palmdale and Downey teams that sent this spacecraft on 25 missions before landing at the California Science Center.


Free Appraisals!
Heritage Auctions
9478 West Olympic Boulevard
Beverly Hills
Learn if something you own is trash or treasure at the Heritage Auctions FREE appraisal Sunday. We’re invited to bring a maximum of three items per household for verbal evaluation by Heritage Auctions specialists. Coins & Currency, Fine & Decorative Art, Vintage Comic Books, Movie Posters & Entertainment Memorabilia, Jewelry & Timepieces, Sports Collectibles, Historical Memorabilia, Rare Books, Autographs, American Indian Art, Space Memorabilia, and Photography.

If you will be unable to attend the event, call 1-877-HERITAGE (437-4824) to schedule an appointment with a specialists. Or visit our website and submit your request for a free appraisal.

Based in Dallas, Heritage Auctions is the World's Largest Collectibles Auctioneer with annual sales exceeding $900 million and more than 900,000+ online registered bidder-members. Specialists will be prepared to accept and fully insure consignments of qualified items on the spot. We will also be prepared to offer generous cash advances on qualified consignments or to purchase items for cash!


4th Annual Bark for Life
Berniece Bennett Park
31800 Village Center Road
Westlake Village

Bark For Life is raising money to help the American Cancer Society support community programs and to fund grants to help find a cure.
Berniece Bennett Park event starts at 11am with cancer survivors, both human and canine will gather to lead the 4th Annual Bark For Life Westlake walk Following the walk stay and enjoy the festivities. Bark Avenue will have Human and Canine Vendors and Sponsor Booths, play Bark Bingo for an opportunity to win a special Bark Basket, Canine Games and Contests at the K9 Club, Silent Auction and Raffle Booth, K-9 Demos, Rescue Parade (Rescue dogs strutting their stuff to hopefully find a forever home), Smiley’s Hot Dog Cart and Pet Photography Booth. Every dog registered will get a Bark For Life bandana, dog tag and Swag Bag, $20.00 per dog ($5.00 for an additional dog). Closing ceremonies will be at 2pm we will announce winners for all games and contests as well as Raffle and silent auction.


Celebrate Dia de los Muertos
Pretend City Children’s Museum
29 Hubble
949 428 3900

Celebrate Dia De Los Muertos at Irvine’s Pretend City Children’s Museum. The holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember loved ones who have passed away. Visit Pretend City to participate in fun, vibrant activities that will teach children about this traditionally Mexican holiday.

Sensational Story time: Whether your child is already familiar with the tradition, or you are looking for a way to introduce it to him or her, these story times will incorporate picture books, music, and videos to tell the tales and history of this holiday.

Smart Art: Colorful skulls are a symbol of Dia de los Muertos. During this art activity, your child will learn history behind the skulls and create their very own.

Before you end the day in the Dia de los Muertos parade, visit the art studio to make your papel picado to add to the museum’s festive banner.


Curious George Let’s Get Curious!
Discovery Cube LA
11800 Foothill Boulevard
Los Angeles

Experience the insatiable curiosity of Curious George™, the monkey who has captured the hearts of millions for 65 years at the new Discovery Cube LA exhibit. Curious George will lead a fun, educational, and interactive math, science, and engineering-based adventure at the Hansen Dam facility.


Sinatra: An American Icon
Grammy Museum at L.A. Live
800 West Olympic Boulevard
Los Angeles
213 765 6800

As the official exhibit of the Frank Sinatra Centennial, Sinatra: An American Icon, traces 100 years of Sinatra legacy, from Hoboken, N.J., through superstardom, chronicling the meteoric rise of his music career, his Hollywood success, personal life, and humanitarian work.

Highlights of the exhibit include:
* A recreation of a Hoboken trolley car, similar to one Sinatra used to travel to Jersey City to see his idol, Bing Crosby
* Artifacts from the Sinatra Family's personal collection, including photos, family mementos, rare correspondence, personal items, artwork, and recordings.
* An original Philco radio that plays an episode of Songs by Sinatra featuring Sinatra, Jane Powell, and Irving Berlin from the Library's Irving Berlin Collection of Non-Commercial Radio.
* Bandstand layout diagrams, lighting notes, and other designs, as well as ticket stubs, scripts and contracts that show the process and production that went into all of Sinatra's projects.
* Fanclub newsletters and memorabilia illustrating his impact on American culture
* Visitors will also be able to step inside a recreation of the historic Studio A at the Capitol Records Tower in Hollywood as it was during one of Sinatra's recordings sessions in the '60s, and take control of the soundboard to "re-produce" the arrangement for one of his classic hits.


Life: A Journey Through Time
Annenberg Space for Photography
2000 Avenue of the Stars
Los Angeles
213 403 3000


New at the Annenberg Space for Photography the exhibition LIFE: A Journey Through Time. Acclaimed National Geographic photographer Frans Lanting has produced more than 70 images as well as a timeline, texts and stories about life on planet Earth.


Water: Our Thirsty World
Aquarium of the Pacific
100 Aquarium Way
Long Beach
562 590 3100

Also at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, we learn how people around the world cope with drought at an exhibition of photographs exploring water scarcity and human relationship with water in regions around the world at the exhibit “Water: Our Thirsty World.”

The exhibition was organized by the Annenberg Foundation in partnership with National Geographic.

Imagery by a selection of National Geographic photographers examines the local and global challenges of our planet’s dwindling freshwater resources grouped into six major themes. These include “Sacred Waters,” looking at humankind’s inspirational relationship with water and celebrating how precious this resource is to all life on the planet; “The Big Melt,” examining the environmental challenges of Tibet’s freshwater resource; “Parting the Waters,” showing how countries are working together to adapt to the drastic reduction in water levels in the Jordan River basin; “The Burden of Thirst,” presenting issues facing African women and children who are responsible for delivering the freshwater needs for their families; “California’s Pipe Dream,” surveying California’s vast water infrastructure, thirsty crops, rampant development, and threats to the fragile Sacramento Delta; and “Silent Streams,” looking at the challenges facing freshwater species and how scientists hope to save them.


Modern Twist: Contemporary Bamboo Art
Bowers Museum
2002 North Main Street
Santa Ana
714 567 3600

The Bowers Museum in Santa Ana shows us how bamboo can be used as an artistic medium at this new exhibit MODERN TWIST: CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE BAMBOO ART, a stunning collection from the Clark Center for Japanese Art and Culture, including rare wall-hung installations and pieces never before seen in the United States.


The Red That Colored The World
Bowers Museum
2002 North Main Street
Santa Ana
(714) 567-3600

Also at the Bowers Museum, the new exhibit THE RED THAT COLORED THE WORLD. Red is an important color during the Halloween and Fall season. We can learn how an insect is the source of the power pigment that has been used in Aztec culture to the Renaissance to modern day haute couture.


Gayle, Gayle on the Go, Anderson
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Celebrate Sunday! Gayle Anderson, KTLA 5 News.


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