Sunday “Gayle on the Go!”, Sunday, October 25th, 2015

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JDRF One Walk @ 8am
For A World Without Type One Diabetes
Rose Bowl Stadium
1001 Rose Bowl Drive
Pasadena
www.2jdrf.org
The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation JDRF One Walk is happening at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. Organizers and participants say their since goal is to create a world with Type One Diabetes.

Type One Diabetes is an autoimmune disease in which a person's pancreas loses the ability to produce insulin, a hormone essential to turning food into energy. It strikes both children and adults suddenly and is unrelated to diet and lifestyle. It requires constant carbohydrate counting, blood-glucose testing and lifelong dependence on injected insulin.

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Race for the Rescues @ 7am
The Rose Bowl
1001 Rose Bowl Drive
Pasadena
www.racefortherescues.org

Also at the Rose Bowl, the Race for the Rescues. The fundraising generated by the 5K, 10K, 1K Dog Walks and Kids Fun Run will help save animal lives.

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Curious George Let’s Get Curious!
Discovery Cube LA
11800 Foothill Boulevard
Los Angeles
www.discoverycube.org

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.

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

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.

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

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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.

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Special Halloween Programming
The Haunted Museum
Mummies: New Secrets from the Tombs

Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
900 Exposition Boulevard
Los Angeles
www.nhm.org
MUMMIES: NEW SECRETS FROM THE TOMBS at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. The new secrets are revealed with the use new technology – CT scanning. The exhibit is part of several exhibitions designed to have a museum Halloween connection. An extensive lecture series featuring some of the world’s leading Egyptologists, archeologists, anthropologists and forensic experts, covering the latest discoveries in the field has been organized as well as tours of the open air Spider Pavilion, featuring more than 300 spiders both large and small.

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Autumn Festival
Descanso Gardens
1418 Descanso Drive
La Canada Flintridge
818 949 4200
www.descansogardens.org

Round up the children and celebrate fall at the Autumn Festival at Descanso Gardens. The weekend includes a pumpkin carving demonstrations, family crafting, costume parades and more.

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Rise of the Jack O’ Lanterns
Descanso Gardens
1418 Descanso Drive
La Canada Flintridge
818 949 4200
www.therise.org

At Descanso Gardens, there’s “RISE of the Jack O’ Lanterns, a nighttime Halloween spectacular where there are more than 5,000 hand carved Jack O’ Lanterns, designed to resemble dragons, jungle creatures, classic cars and more.

The family friendly display is arranged along an easy to walk one third mile path, that’s both wheelchair and stroller accessible.

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Boo at the Zoo
5333 Zoo Drive
Los Angeles
323 644 4200
www.lazoo.org

This Halloween season, the Los Angeles Zoo offers families and Halloween lovers of all ages a chance trick or treat at the BOO AT THE L.A. ZOO.
Daily activities include spooky caves spotlighting animals' "super" natural senses, a “Graveyard Safari" adventure, the “Boneyard” education station, themed crafts, storytelling, live music, strolling characters, pumpkin carving, animal feedings and other family adventures.

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Halloween Fest Fun for the Family @ 1pm
Dominguez Rancho Adobe Museum
18127 South Alameda Street
Rancho Dominguez
Dominguezrancho.org

Join the Rancho Halloween Fest Fun for the Family at the Dominguez Rancho Adobe Museum. Bring your own pumpkin to enter in the pumpkin competition. Learn how to make cornhusk dolls, calvera masks, paper flowers and plastic cup skeletons. Get your face painted with a Halloween theme. Be part of the "Haunted Trick or Treat" scavenger hunt and more.

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Los Angeles Haunted Hayride
Griffith Park
4730 Crystal Springs Drive
Los Angeles
310 993 8289
www.losangeleshauntedhayride.com

Here’s another Halloween suggestion. 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.

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

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