Friday, April 24, 2009

Hollywood Celebrities Meet Their Readers, 50 Years of Nostalgia and Pure Country Music in one Weekend

Celebrities turned authors are looking for their reading fans. The valley’s major university is looking for alumni from the last 50 years and country music is looking for its music fans. Spring is here in Southern California and it’s clearly evident in all three of these outdoor festivals, April 25 and 26. With near perfect temperatures that southern California is known for it promises to be a fun-filled weekend. One can enjoy the Celebration of the Written Word at the Los Angeles Times Book Festival, 50 years of history in the making at the University of Southern California, Northridge or listen to pure country music at the Stage Coach Music Festival.

The Los Angeles Times Book Festival is the biggest book festival in Southern California is being held on the grounds of the U.C.L.A. campus. Running an entire weekend it offers a chance for all to meet Hollywood celebrities turned authors, other authors signing their books, children’s stage and performers, and other family events.

Celebrity Authors include Michael J. Fox, author of “Always Looking Up: The Adventures of an Incurable Optimist”
Henry Winkler, author of “Hank Zipper: A Tale of Two Tails #15”
Brooke Shields, author of “It’s the Best Day Ever, Dad!”
Cloris Leachman, author of “Cloris”
Arianna Huffington, author of “The Huffington Post Complete Guide to Blogging”
Maureen McCormick, (Marcia on the Televison series The Brady Bunch) author of “Here’s The Story”
Tori Spelling, author of “Mommywood”
Alyssa Milano, “Safe at Home: Confessions of a Baseball Fanatic”

And others.

From acres of wheat fields and orange trees the San Fernando College as it was called has welcomes students for 50 years. It has become a campus that continues to welcome students each semester and send those graduates into the world. The campus now known as the University of Southern California, Northridge, (CSUN) has an academic population each year that is larger than the number of residents that lived in the valley when the campus first opened in 1948.

Listen to the music of country’s top talent stars like Kenney Chesney, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Brad Paisely, Reba, Kid Rock and many more. Camp out for the two days on the Empire Polo Field in Indio.


Morgan Mandel said...

Wow, a person wouldn't know where to go first. I love country, also would love to hear the stars turned authors speak.

Morgan Mandel

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