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Infinity mirrors: One last (tiny) chance

After 50,000 tickets to The Broad’s Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors disappeared in hours, the museum added 40,000 more … goneski. Your last hope: a limited number of same-day tickets will be sold daily onsite. First come, first served. Good luck.

Posted 12 months ago
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John Aaroe Group | Pacific Union opening in Highland Park

Highland Park was one of the first of the reemerging areas in Northeast LA, and the LA Times still lists it among the top five hottest metro neighborhoods in the city. Just a few Metro stops from Downtown, it has some of the best nightlife in the area, a creative heart that attracts art lovers,...

Posted 12 months ago
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Songs for the Witch Woman

Artist, performer and occultist Cameron (the only name she used) was a noted figure in LA’s Mid-century counterculture. A rare survey of her visionary mythic/surrealist work opens this month at MOCA Pacific Design Center.

Posted 12 months ago
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"Lost LA" returns this month

Historian Nathan Masters’ coproduction with KCETLink, the USC Libraries and the LA as Subject research alliance is back for a second season. With each segment created by a local emerging filmmaker, these are not your father’s documentaries.

Posted 1 year ago
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Stumped for a costume? Go here

Of all the times for your creativity to take a hike, Halloween is the worst. Don’t freak: LA has a clown car full of places ready to spill out great ideas by the bucket. Here are some top costume shops ready to make you the hit of the haunt.

Posted 1 year ago
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Wine Country wildfires: Join us to help

As the flames rage on, people in Southern California are looking for ways to help some 90,000 of our neighbors to the north who have lost their homes in what’s now being called the deadliest wildfire in state history.At John Aaroe Group, we are rallying behind our Pacific Union International...

Posted 1 year ago
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Can you really dodge Dodger traffic?

A recent informal test of three alternatives (including just driving) turned up some surprising answers. In short, it’s less about time saved than how you’d rather roll ... and how much you like enjoying the Chavez Ravine scenery.

Posted 1 year ago
Properties »  

Last significant parcel of land in Bel Air lists for record-breaking $60M

Estate One at The Park Bel Air, a sprawling 4.6 acres of prime land in the Platinum Triangle at the intersection of Bel Air, Beverly Hills, and Holmby Hills, has emerged as the most exclusive residential opportunity in the United States. Set directly across the street from the landmark Hotel...

Posted 1 year ago
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LA’s hairiest Halloween howl

It’s Boo at the Zoo, what else? Get your frightwear on and join the critters for a zoo full of  spine-tingling adventures and spooktacular entertainment. The haunt happens every day in October, and there’s pumpkin carving on weekends. 

Posted 1 year ago