Native Angeleno and seasoned travel journalist Mimi Slawoff is a former Los Angeles Daily News reporter who writes for AAA, Travel + Leisure, L.A. Parent magazine, TravelingMom, and many other print and digital publications. A first generation Bulgarian American, Mimi enjoys taking photos and writing about local and global destinations. She loves everything about travel—even airports and flying. And she never tires of exploring Los Angeles with her husband and their three kids. Mimi is a member of the Society of American Travel Writers and North American Snowsports Journalists Association. Follow Mimi on Twitter @Mimitravelz and Instagram @Mimitravels.
Valley Relics Museum: The museum presents a talk and booksigning by author Mimi Slawoff on Oldest Los Angeles, 4-6 p.m. June 4. Admission $14.64 (www.eventbrite.com/e/oldest-los-angeles-book-signing-presentation-tickets-640840028777). Books will be available for sale for the book signing. The museum is located at
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Los Angeles is full of stars. But there’s no icon of the American cinema bigger, literally and figuratively, than the boldfaced name atop the Santa Monica Mountains. Getting an up-close view of the Hollywood sign—45 feet tall, 350 feet wide,
Author Mimi Slawoff will sign copies of her book, Oldest Los Angeles, Sat. April 22 from noon to 4 p.m. at Barnes and Noble at the Grove, 189 The Grove Drive.