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Kimberly Stevens is a seasoned writer and journalist. She has contributed extensively to The New York Times, and written stories for The Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal and numerous national magazines and online publications.

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Pins and Pizza: A Long Lost Bowling Alley Restored to its Former Glory

After a $2 million dollar renovation, the Highland Park Bowl, built in 1927, has re-opened with a buzz about the masterful revitalization and its top-notch Neapolitan style pizza.
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St. Andrew's Society: Bringing Scottish Tradition to Southern California

From tartan to whisky to the poet Robert Burns to Highland dancing, bagpipe bands and Highland games; you might not know Southern California has a long history of celebrating Scotland and its culture.
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The Culinary Historians of Southern California

If “Drinking With Jane Austen”, “The Rise and Fall of Tiki” and “The Whole Schmear: The Creation of Cream Cheese in America” just sparked your interest, The Culinary Historians of Southern California is a group you should know. 
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Fit for a Queen: Reviving the Spectacle of Dining on the Queen Mary

The ship's 80th anniversary celebration of its maiden voyage puts extravagance back on centerstage
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The Music Stops for the Original Disneyland Band

The Disneyland Band has been playing since opening day of the amusement park on July 17, 1955. Recently, Disneyland announced the last performance of the original assemble will be on July 16, a day before the 60th anniversary of the park.
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