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How millenials are re-seeing the kitchen

Houzz’s 2017 Kitchen Trends Study had a surprising look at how the newest generation of homeowners is making its mark on the way kitchens look today. From colors and styles to must-have amenities, differences are definitely emerging.

Posted 12 months ago
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Aaroe expands reach to UK

Buyers of LA area properties come from everywhere —and the number of overseas clients working with John Aaroe Group has continued to grow. To give them the highest level of service and introduce them most effectively to local sellers, the company has joined with London-based Mayfair International...

Posted 12 months ago
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Free concerts on the water

One of the Southland’s most iconic summer music series is Marina del Rey’s Summer Concerts at Burton Chace Park. It’s a blissful chance to take in a serene sunset by the water (on three sides!) and enjoy music under the stars. The season wraps this month with Yo La Tengo, a fully staged opera,...

Posted 12 months ago
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The father of Hollywood... and his Studio City gem

As early as 1911, when the first million dollars’ worth of new homes were going up in Hollywood, Toberman had already found success acquiring failed residential subdivisions and reviving them, showing his homes in a new Cadillac touring car. He predicted Hollywood Boulevard would soon be an...

Posted 12 months ago
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New! Get reimbursed up to $10K to fix your sidewalk

Great news for LA property owners. Yesterday, the City of LA announced it’s raising the reimbursement cap for sidewalk repairs from $2K (homes) and $4K (businesses) to $10K across the board.You have to apply with the City to participate in the rebate, which is part of the Safe Sidewalks LA...

Posted 12 months ago
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Chagall’s stage magic

Modernist Marc Chagall’s colorful, exuberant vision couldn’t be contained by one medium. It spilled into painting, book illustration, stained glass, ceramics, tapestries, even theater. An exhibition of his vibrant costumes and set designs—some not seen since they appeared on stage —just opened at...

Posted 12 months ago
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Off the beach: State park hikes in inland LA county

Everybody’s been to Topanga, Malibu Creek, Will Rogers and Leo Carrillo. But there are more State Parks all over Greater Los Angeles, each protected for its history, geology and/or plant and animal life. Here are six to explore.

Posted 12 months ago
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The essential ice cream/gelato guide

While we’d be more than happy to do field research, LA Eater has handled it for us. Leaving more time to settle in and enjoy the bliss at your closest creamery. Or! You could taste your way from Malibu to Industry and Altadena to El Segundo! Nah. Well, maybe...

Posted 12 months ago
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New section of LA River Trail opens in Studio City

With more than 3,000 native trees and plants, a handmade metal entrance gate and decorative panels of river scenes, the four-mile biking/walking loop is the longest in the SFV … and one of the prettiest.

Posted 12 months ago