Free bowling for the young
May11

Free bowling for the young

Want your kids to play bowling? Bowling centers are offering free games for children every day this summer. The annual Kids Bowl Free program grants two free games per day at more than 1000 participating bowling alleys in the US and Canada. Children must be 15 years of age and under. But there is a catch: this special is meant to be used with a summer family pass that costs $36.99 and covers the admission of up to four adults. Still,...

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A theatre fest of drama, comedy & music
May04

A theatre fest of drama, comedy & music

With LA being Los Ángeles, the East Coast metropolis has a good and growing number of theaters, both big and small, offering plays with Latino themes, in English or Spanish that feature classic and modern works. Few of those venues feature regular theatre festivals. One of them is the Bilingual Foundation of the Arts. This summer, BFA continues with a tradition started half a decade ago. The nonprofit company will hold its sixth...

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Summer fun & jobs for teens
Apr29

Summer fun & jobs for teens

Teens of Los Angeles just got more options to have some clean fun this summer, even jobs. Maybe parents now will get some piece of mind. The Y, also known as the YMCA, is offering free memberships for youths ages 12 through 17 years for the months of June and July through the Get Summer Teen Initiative. That means they can enjoy swimming, play basketball and have access to a gym. The Y also has stuff for the mind.  College readiness...

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Rio 2016: from watching to playing
Apr28

Rio 2016: from watching to playing

Want to get your kids to exercise more? The Rio 2016 Summer Olympics could provide inspiration and open up sports opportunities for children across the United States. Think archery, martial arts, basketball, cycling, horse riding, fencing, gymnastics, running and more. U.S. organizations that train and select Olympians have committed to offering programs to get two million children active this year through the Partnership for a...

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