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Heather Spohr is a writer and philanthropist who writes at the blog The Spohrs Are Multiplying. She is a top fundraiser for the March of Dimes and the President and Co-Founder of Friends Of Maddie, a charitable organization that supports the families of critically ill babies in Neonatal Intensive Care Units. She has spoken at numerous conferences, on CNN, and before members of Congress.

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Things To Do In Los Angeles In The Fall

By Heather Spohr |

Everyone knows that Los Angeles is a major tourist destination in the summer, but as a born and raised Angeleno, I’m here to tell you Los Angeles in the fall is where it’s at. There are a ton of things to do September to November – and the weather is perfect. Here are just a few of my favorite things to do in Los Angeles in the fall.

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Things To Do In Los Angeles In The Fall

College Football

Los Angeles hasn't had a professional football team since 1994, but the college football teams around here are so good it's hard to miss the pros. The UCLA Bruins and USC Trojans play in gorgeous, historical stadiums (The Rose Bowl and the LA Memorial Coliseum, respectively) only a few miles from Downtown LA. Tailgating and cheering for the Trojans or Bruins is a wonderful way to spend a fall Saturday.


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Heather Spohr is a writer and philanthropist who writes at the blog The Spohrs Are Multiplying. She is a top fundraiser for the March of Dimes and the President and Co-Founder of Friends Of Maddie, a charitable organization that supports families of critically ill babies in Neonatal Intensive Care Units. Read bio and latest posts → Read Heather's latest posts →

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