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CSI in Fact and Fiction

Program Number: 16038RJ
Start and End Dates:
10/14/2012 - 10/17/2012;
Duration: 3 nights
Location: Woodland Hills, California
Price starting at: $461.00 - Price may vary based on date, departure city
Program Type: Science & Nature
Meals: 8; 3 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 3 Dinners    
Meal Options: Vegetarian    

In the city that was home to Philip Marlowe, Jack Webb and O.J. Simpson, confront a challenging mix of fact and fiction in the world of crime. A criminal forensics expert compares and demonstrates real-life methods of crime scene investigation to those shown on “CSI” television programs. Interact with a forensic handwriting specialist.




Highlights

• Meet with mystery writers to discuss how they create their riveting stories, literary crime scenes, and a mix of truth and fiction.
• Explore the culturally rich, occasionally sordid, cityscape of Los Angeles by bus, in hot pursuit of yet more crime scenes, both real and fictitious.
• Participate in a "murder" at dinner on the final evening.



Activity Particulars

Walking up to two blocks during bus field trip.



Coordinated by Road Scholar.




Woodland Hills

Founded as the town of Girard in 1922, Woodland Hills is a district in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles. Renamed in 1941 in honor of the many trees planted by town founder Victor Girard Kleinberger, the community is a short distance from Southern California's biggest attractions, including Universal Studios, the Getty Center and Hollywood.



Accommodations
Full-service hotel in the San Fernando Valley, near LA’s world-class museums and other cultural attractions.
Meals and Lodgings
   Airtel Plaza Hotel
  Van Nuys 3 nights
 Airtel Plaza Hotel
Type: Full Service Hotel
  Description: The Airtel Plaza is a first-class, independent hotel with striking glass-walled views of tranquil rock gardens, a woodsy brook and manicured lawns that combines elegant hospitality and a beautiful environment. Guest rooms are over-sized and designed for comfort. Conveniently situated in the heart of the San Fernando Valley, the hotel is just a short drive from downtown Los Angeles, Santa Monica and Beverly Hills, and the Burbank Airport.
  Contact info: 7277 Valjean Avenue
Van Nuys, CA 91406 USA
phone: 818-997-7676
web: www.airtelplaza.com
  Room amenities: All guest rooms are large and well-appointed with hair dryers, AM/FM clock radio, coffee makers, iron/ironing boards, goose down pillows, complimentary in-room high-speed Internet access, two telephones with a data port (with free local calls), and in-room movies by LodgeNet. Refrigerators are available upon request (nominal fee applies).
  Facility amenities: Convenient amenities include a Business Center, Gift Shop, complimentary coffee service (Monday-Friday, 4:00 - 6:00 am in the lobby), an on-site ATM, and vending machines. The hotel shuttle provides complimentary transportation to/from the Van Nuys/LAX FlyAway Bus Station, located one mile away. There are two dining venues within the hotel, the stylish Landings Restaurant and the Clipper Club Lounge, as well as many other fine restaurants in the area. The hotel features a fully-equipped fitness center, heated garden pool, and Jacuzzi spas. The hotel offers a valet laundry service to its guests. Car parking is $10/day. Wi-Fi Internet Access: Complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access is available throughout all hotel guest rooms and public spaces. No password is required.
  Smoking allowed: No
  Elevators available: Yes
  Additional nights prior: Based upon availability Please call the hotel directly at 1-818-997-7676 to reserve a room for additional pre- or post-program nights and to inquire about rates.
  Check in time: 3:00 PM
  Additional nights after: Based upon availability Please call the hotel directly at 1-818-997-7676 to reserve a room for additional pre- or post-program nights and to inquire about rates.
  Check out time: 12:00 PM


Travel Details
  Start of Program:
Program registration is between 4:00-5:00PM. Program orientation begins at 5:15PM. Dinner will be served at 6:00PM in the hotel, with introductions scheduled afterwards in the classroom. You will be staying at Airtel Plaza Hotel that night.
  End of Program:
One class is scheduled for the final morning, ending at 10:00AM. Please make your travel arrangements to allow you to stay for this class. You will be staying at Airtel Plaza Hotel the night before.
  Required documents:
The Road Scholar Health & Safety Form is required. On the enclosed Health & Safety Form, please indicate to us the name of your roommate/traveling companion. Also let us know if you are traveling with other individuals and wish to be assigned a room near them. Photo ID
  Parking availability:
Parking is available at the hotel at the rate of $10/day.
Transportation
To Start of Program
  Location:  Van Nuys
  Nearest city or town:  Los Angeles
  Nearest highway: 101 Ventura Freeway and 405 Freeway
  Nearest airport:  Burbank Airport (BUR)
  From End of Program
  Location: Van Nuys
    (Additional transportation information same as above)
Travel Details
 

Los Angeles LAX to Airtel Plaza

 

From Airport

 
 

Service:

 

Commercial Van/Shuttle
SuperShuttle
phone: 800-258-3826
Advanced Reservations Required

 

Per Person/One Way:

 

$47 for 1st person; $9 each additional person, or $56 for 2 people ($28 each)
Prices are subject to change.

 

Travel Time:

 

Allow 45-60 minutes or more depending on traffic 

 

Distance:

 

About 24 miles from LAX to Airtel Plaza Hotel

   

SuperShuttle local phone: (323) 775-6600 SuperShuttle website: www.supershuttle.com They provide door-to-door shared van service from LAX to destination. Please call in advance for reservations. Another option for door-to-door shared van service is Prime Time Shuttle. Call 1-800-733-8267 or visit their website for online reservations and exact fares at www.primetimeshuttle.com. Advance reservations are required.

 

Los Angeles/ LAX

 

From Airport

 
 

Service:

 

Public Transportation
FlyAway Bus
phone: 866-435-9529

 

Per Person/One Way:

 

$7 p/p one-way; $14 p/p round trip
Prices are subject to change.

 

Travel Time:

 

Travel times vary from 35 to 60 minutes, depending on traffic conditions. 

 

Distance:

 

About 24 miles from LAX to Airtel Plaza Hotel

   

“FlyAway” nonstop bus service is available 24 hours a day between LAX and Van Nuys Flyaway Terminal at 7610 Woodley Ave., corner of Saticoy, Van Nuys, CA 91406. Buses depart every 30 minutes between LAX and the Van Nuys Flyaway Terminal. Visit www.LAWA.org/LAX for more info on Flyaway Bus. FlyAway Bus Terminal is located near Van Nuys Airport, about 7 blocks from hotel. Call the hotel for complimentary shuttle service from the terminal. Taxi service also available for transport to the hotel.

 

Burbank/ BUR to Airtel Plaza

 

From Airport

 
 

Service:

 

Commercial Van/Shuttle
SuperShuttle
phone: 800-258-3826
Advanced Reservations Required

 

Per Person/One Way:

 

Around $17 for 1st person; $9 each additional person
Prices are subject to change.

 

Travel Time:

 

Allow 20-30 minutes or more depending upon traffic and time of day 

 

Distance:

 

15 miles from Burbank (BUR) to Airtel Plaza Hotel.

   

SuperShuttle local phone: (323) 782-6600 SuperShuttle website: www.supershuttle.com They provide door-to-door shared van service from Burbank Airport (BUR) to destination. CALL FOR CURRENT FARE AS PRICE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. Advance reservations are required. Another option is Prime Time Shuttle. Call 1-800-733-8267 or visit their website for online reservations and exact fares at www.primetimeshuttle.com. Advance reservations are required.

 

Van Nuys/Amtrak Station to Airtel Plaza

 

From Train Station

 
 

Service:

 

Hotel Shuttle
Hotel Shuttle Van
phone: 818-997-7676

 

Per Person/One Way:

 

Complimentary hotel shuttle
Prices are subject to change.

 

Travel Time:

 

About 6 minutes 

 

Distance:

 

3 miles from Amtrak-Van Nuys Station to the hotel

   

Nearest Amtrak station is 7724 Van Nuys Blvd., Van Nuys, CA 91405. Complimentary hotel shuttle to/from the Van Nuys Amtrak Station and Orange Line Metro Station. Amtrak website: www.amtrak.com for latest schedule information and reservations. Or call Amtrak at 800-872-7245. For other transit connections at Van Nuys Station such as METROLINK trains/buses, call 800-371-LINK or visit www.metrolinktrain.com

 
Driving Directions
  From 101 Freeway North (Ventura Fwy) Take the 101 North to the 405 North. Exit at Sherman Way-West. Proceed West onto Sherman Way. Go approximately one mile to Valjean Avenue. Turn RIGHT on Valjean. The hotel is on the left.
  From 101 Freeway South (Ventura Fwy) Take the 101 South to the 405 North. Exit at Sherman Way-West. Proceed West onto Sherman Way. Go approximately one mile to Valjean Avenue. Turn RIGHT on Valjean. The hotel is on the left.
  From 405 Freeway North (San Diego Fwy) Take the 405 North. Exit at Sherman Way-West. Proceed West onto Sherman Way. Go approximately one mile to Valjean Avenue. Turn RIGHT on Valjean. The hotel is on the left.
  From 405 Freeway South (San Diego Fwy) Take the 405 South. Exit at Sherman Way, which exits onto Haskell Avenue. Take a LEFT on Haskell and an immediate RIGHT onto Sherman Way. Go approximately one mile to Valjean Avenue. Turn RIGHT on Valjean. The hotel is on the left.
The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.


Daily Schedule

Day 1: Independent Arrivals/Introductions
(Sunday, October 14)
   
 Afternoon: HOTEL CHECK-IN: Check into Airtel Plaza Hotel after 3:00pm.

PROGRAM REGISTRATION: After you have your room assignment, come over to the Road Scholar table to register with the program staff and pick up your arrival packet which we'll review during our orientation session before dinner.

ORIENTATION: Begins before dinner. We'll have an overview of the program ahead and review the up-to-date schedule, responsibilities, safety guidelines, emergency procedures, any other administrative issues, and answer your questions. Please be aware that local circumstances may require adjusting program elements. In the event of changes, we will notify you as quickly as possible. We appreciate your understanding.

 Dinner: Dinner at hotel

Menus are contracted for the program and are designed to offer balanced, healthy meals for the participants.

 Evening: CROSSING POINTS: Participants introduce themselves to the rest of the group.

Enjoy the remainder of the evening getting to know your fellow participants and discovering what you share beyond a love of lifelong learning.

   
Accommodations: Airtel Plaza Hotel
Meals Included: Dinner

Day 2: Introduction to CSI/Panel Discussion with Mystery Writers
(Monday, October 15)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at hotel
 Morning: CLASS: The Real Crime Scene: Fact vs. Fiction

A criminal forensics expert will compare real life methods of crime scene investigation to those shown on popular 'CSI' television programs.

CLASS: Join a Panel Discussion between Mystery Authors

Maybe get some ideas for your own novel!

 Lunch: Lunch at hotel
 Afternoon: HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE: Collecting Evidence from the Crime Scene I : You'll Never Believe What You Can Retrieve from What They Leave

Now it is YOUR turn to lift fingerprints and other evidence from the scene of the crime!

CLASS: Collecting Evidence from the Crime Scene II : Collecting Evidence from the Crime Scene: You'll Never Believe What You Can Retrieve from What They Leave

 Dinner: Dinner at hotel
 Evening: DVD: "Casablanca" ~ (the movie shows Van Nuys Airport which is located next to our hotel)
   
Accommodations: Airtel Plaza Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Mystery Writing Theme/Field Trip
(Tuesday, October 16)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at hotel
 Morning: CLASS: This is How Hard One has to Work Just to Reach Obscurity, But it Sure Beats Working!

Local mystery writer will discuss how his personal and vocational experiences inspired and influenced his writing.

FIELD TRIP: The Real (?) Los Angeles: Returning to the Scenes of Infamous Crimes

The title says it all. Enjoy the sights and sounds of this bustling city while you hear about dastardly deeds and see where they took place.

 Lunch: Lunch at Vitello's --- Robert Blake was accused of shooting Bonny Lee Bakley, his wife of only six months, outside his favorite Studio City restaurant Vitello's
 Afternoon: FIELD TRIP: The Real (?) Los Angeles: Returning to the Scenes of Infamous Crimes continues after lunch.
 Dinner: Murder Mystery Dinner at hotel
   
Accommodations: Airtel Plaza Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: LA Crime Lab Presentation/Independent Departures
(Wednesday, October 17)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at hotel
 Morning: CLASS: Processing Evidence by an LA Crime Lab Expert

From your hotel classroom, learn from an LA Crime Lab expert about the state-of-the-art Los Angeles Crime Lab and what happens to thousands of pieces of evidence from crime scenes all over the country.

HOTEL CHECK OUT: This concludes the program. We hope you have enjoyed our CSI/Mystery Writers program and will join us for other rewarding adventures in the future. Best wishes for all your journeys!

   
Meals Included: Breakfast

Free Time Opportunities
 
  Van Nuys Japanese Garden
Authentic Japanese Gardens designed by Dr. Koichi Kawana, is located at the City of Los Angeles Donald C. Tillman Water Reclamation Plant. The design of the stroll-through garden enables the viewer to walk from one point to another and enjoy differing vistas from different points in the garden.1/2-mile walk. 6100 Woodley Ave., Van Nuys. 818-756-8166 For additional information, visit www.thejapanesegarden.com
  Los Angeles Visitors Guide
Contact: LA Convention and Visitors Bureau 6801 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90028 (323) 466-3478 For additional information, visit www.discoverlosangeles.com
  Museum Row/Los Angeles
Call individual museums for current hours, admission and exhibit information:

1. George C. Page Museum of Natural History/La Brea Tar Pits. Call 323 934 7243.

2. Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Call 323 857 6000. www.lacma.org

3. Craft and Folk Art Museum. Call 323 937 4230. www.cafam.org

  Pasadena-Area Museums
Call individual museums or check websites for current hours, admission and exhibit information:

1. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Garden. Call 626 405 2141. www.huntington.org

2. Southwest Museum. Call 323 221 2164. www.autrynationalcenter.org/southwest/

3. Pacific Asia Museum. Call 626 449 2742. www.pacificasiamuseum.org

4. Norton Simon Museum of Art. Call 626 449 6840. www.nortonsimon.org

  UCLA/Westwood Museums
Call individual museums or check web sites for current hours, admission and exhibit information:

1. Fowler Museum of Cultural History (on UCLA campus). Call 310 825 4361. www.fmch.ucla.edu

2. Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center. Call 310 443 7000. www.hammer.ucla.edu

3. Skirball Cultural Center and Museum. Call 310 440 4500. www.skirball.org

  Van Nuys Chamber of Commerce
Contact: Greater San Fernando Valley Chamber of Commerce 7120 Hayvenhurst Avenue Suite 114 Van Nuys, CA 91406 (818) 989-0300 For additional information, visit www.midvalleychamber.com
  Walt Disney Concert Hall
Walt Disney Concert Hall is the fourth and most recent addition to the Music Center of Los Angeles County. It is situated on 3.6 acres, a full city block, at the intersection of First St. and Grand Ave. in the historic Bunker Hill area of downtown Los Angeles. It encompasses two outdoor amphitheaters, including Keck Children's Amphitheatre seating 300 and a second performing space that accommodates an audience of 120, as well as a space for pre-concert events. A large portion of the site has been dedicated to an urban park with expansive public gardens and ornamental landscaping and water elements designed by Melinda Taylor and Lawrence Reed Moline. Walt Disney Concert Hall Tours Lobby Box Office 111 S. Grand Ave. 323-850-2000 or 213-972-7211 for General Information For additional information, visit www.musiccenter.org
Important information about your itinerary: Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information featured on this website. Itineraries are based on our best information at this time. Circumstances beyond our control may require us to adjust itineraries or other details. We regret any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding. Information will be sent to you from your Program Provider approximately three weeks prior to the program start date. The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.

Suggested Reading List


Crime Scene Evidence Photographer’s Guide, 2nd ed.


Author: Steven Staggs


Description: The Crime Scene and Evidence Photographer's Guide, 2nd Edition is designed to be a field reference for those responsible for photography at the crime scene. It may be used by law enforcement officers, investigators, and crime scene technicians. It contains instructions for photographing a variety of crimes scenes and various types of evidence. It is a valuable reference tool when combined with training and experience. The Crime Scene and Evidence Photographer's Guide is also a helpful resource for students and others interested in entering into the field of crime scene investigation.



Beat


Author: Stephen Jay Schwartz


Description: From Booklist: Writers of detective fiction, perhaps to counterbalance their protagonists’ superhuman talents, frequently afflict them with an addiction, usually alcohol, or in the case of Sherlock Holmes, cocaine. Schwartz’s Hayden Glass, LAPD homicide detective, likewise shows an all-too-human weakness, but he is a sex addict. In Beat, the department puts him on administrative leave in order to get straight, but he falls for a cyber sex worker named Cora. She is based in far-off San Francisco, and soon Glass is making weekly trips north; then Cora goes missing. Glass sets out to find her and learns she is a pawn in a deadly game of corruption. Her Russian crime lords want to keep her in tow because she gives them a hold on a crooked police administrator. The cops try to wave Glass off by showing him emails in which she ridicules him roundly. Sick at heart and ready to give up, Glass learns Cora is only 15, and he is back in the fray. Beat is an old-fashioned nail-biter that the not-too-squeamish aficionado of the hard-boiled genre will enjoy. ~ Steve Glassman For more information about Stephen, visit his website at www.stephenjayschwartz.com



Boulevard


Author: Stephen Jay Schwartz


Description: From Publishers Weekly: Like James Ellroy, Hollywood film developer Schwartz can make the reader squirm, as shown in his debut, a disturbing thriller whose hero is addicted to sex. When several sex murders quickly follow the murder of a prominent councilman's niece, LAPD robbery and homicide detective Hayden Glass, who himself goes to 12-step meetings for sex addicts, senses a connection. Enlisting the help of Kennedy Reynard, an ex-FBI profiler whose skill competes with her raw sexuality for the detective's attention, the pair realize that what links the murders is Glass himself. Despite a denouement that's a tad strained, Schwartz does a fine job of blurring the lines between sexuality and violence, the criminal world and the police world. Copyright © Reed Business Information



Assume Nothing


Author: Gar Anthony Haywood


Description: In this brutal stand-alone from Haywood (Cemetery Road), former Florida cop Joe Reddick relocates to Los Angeles following the trauma of discovering his wife and two children slaughtered in their home. Nine years later, a minor car accident involving a careless driver with something to hide, Andy Baumhower, precipitates a similar threat to Reddick's new wife and son, Dana and Jake. Reddick, determined to eliminate the threat by whatever means necessary, goes after Baumhower and his three business partners, who are trying to cover both a kidnapping gone bad and a $250,000 debt to sadistic Mexican drug boss Ruben Lizama. The action takes plenty of suspenseful twists toward the showdown. This is as dark as Haywood's Aaron Gunner series, but the tortured Reddick is a much less likable character. ~ Publishers Weekly



Cemetery Road


Author: Gar Anthony Haywood


Description: From Booklist: This gripping stand-alone thriller marks the long-awaited return of Gar Anthony Haywood, author of the critically acclaimed Aaron Gunner series. Errol “Handy” White is working as a handyman in the Twin Cities when he gets word that his old friend, R. J. Burrows, has been murdered in Los Angeles. Handy knows he must return to L.A. to attend the funeral, but he also knows that when he sets foot in L.A., where he, R. J., and another friend, O’Neal Holden (now a rising politician), grew up together, a terrible secret is in danger of coming to light. Haywood melds an intricately plotted but highly suspenseful thriller to a moving story of belated coming-of-age, as the introspective, deeply troubled Handy forces himself to confront what has gone wrong with his life. As in the Gunner series, Haywood exhibits a remarkable eye for detail, both in describing the landscape of poverty (“the bathroom had a toilet that only flushed when it was willing”) and in exposing the nuances of character. It has been too long between books for a writer who has always belonged in the upper echelon of American crime fiction. ~ Bill Ott



The Stratford Conspiracy: An Amelia Watson Mystery


Author: Michael Mallory


Description: The Second Mrs. Watson is back on the case! This time the intrepid Amelia Watson finds herself in Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare, seeking to help the sister of a lifelong friend with a family crisis. Before long, she, her trouble-prone chum Harry Benbow, and new acquaintance—a neophyte Canadian detective—all become enmeshed in a web of intrigue centering on shocking evidence proclaiming that Queen Elizabeth I was William Shakespeare! The adventure begins with the murder of an American Shakespearean scholar in London, and travels all the way to William Shakespeare’s grave in an ancient church on the banks of the gently-flowing Avon. In the process, Amelia is forced to admit that she may finally have taken on a case that is too puzzling—and too deadly—for her to solve; and worse, that she may become the next victim of the ruthless murderer that is stalking Stratford.



The Mural: A Novel of Horror


Author: Michael Mallory


Description: Hidden in the desolate woods on the Central California coast, lost to time and memory, is a WPA mural unlike any other created during the 1930s. This one was not simply fashioned from charcoal and paint; it was crafted out of undying evil--the evil of an ancient demonic army called Legion. When structural inspector Jack Hayden stumbles upon the mural in a ruined civic building, he tries to convince himself that it might add to the crumbling structure’s value. But that note of hopefulness is quickly replaced by terror as the mural spreads its cruel, nightmarish horror over Hayden and everyone in his life. Soon he's leading his own attack force made up of those who have managed to fend off the evil of the mural in their souls, but now must do so in physical terms...or die trying. The fictional debut of a new master of horror fiction!



Kind of Blue


Author: Miles Corwin


Description: From Publishers Weekly: Former L.A. Times crime reporter Corwin (Homicide Special: A Year with the LAPD's Elite Detective Unit) introduces an engaging Jewish police detective in his first novel, a grittily realistic story of murder, stupidity, and redemption. Ash Levine, the LAPD's top detective, resigns after his suspension for failing to prevent the death of a key witness he was supposed to protect. A year later, Ash's former boss invites him to lead the investigation into an ex-cop's murder. Levine returns to the force, hoping to reopen the case that cost him his job, though not everyone in the department is thrilled to see him back. A jazz lover (hence the Miles Davis–inspired title), the son of a concentration camp survivor, and a veteran of the Israeli Defense Forces, Ash battles through departmental interference, corruption, and misdirection. Given his strong debut, Ash should be back on the job for further assignments. Copyright © Reed Business Information



Homicide Special


Author: Miles Corwin


Description: With an Updated Epilogue by the Author "A compelling portrait of seasoned homicide cops at work. This is L.A.'s darkest side: ironic, heart-breaking, stunningly violent, unfailingly human. Riveting." -Jonathan Kellerman The mandate for Los Angeles' unique police unit Homicide Special is to take on the toughest, most controversial, and highest-profile cases. In this "literate, unfailingly interesting work of true crime" (Kirkus Reviews), acclaimed writer Miles Corwin uses unprecedented access to narrate six of the unit's cases-and capture its newest generation at work. When a call girl from Kiev dies in the line of duty, detectives Chuck Knolls and Brian McCartin seek her killer among a circle of Russian women who have been sold into white slavery. When a gangster's daughter takes a bullet, veterans Jerry Stephens and Paul Coulter trace clues scattered across the country to a Manhattan real-estate magnate. A cold case is reopened; a mother-daughter drowning and a baffling rape/murder are solved. And, finally, Corwin re-creates the investigation surrounding the late Bonny Lee Blakley, allegedly murdered by her actor-husband, Robert Blake.





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