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Do we really have to land?

We know, you probably think you’ve seen enough drone footage of Los Angeles to last you a lifetime. But you’ll change your mind after seeing this stunner, all color and geometry showered with eye-popping details. Fasten your virtual seatbelt.

Posted over 1 year ago
 

In Place: Mount Olympus

The exclusive Hollywood Hills community of Mount Olympus, just north of the Sunset Strip and east of Laurel Canyon Boulevard above Laurel Canyon, is known for its lofty location and sweeping views. For Hollywood stars, international jet-setters and movie executives, it’s high on the list of...

Posted over 1 year ago
 

LA eateries with pooch-friendly patios

Around here, outdoor dining is pretty much a year-round deal. And sometimes, the al fresco ambience comes with another sweet plus: you’re welcome to bring Buddy along. Here, a few of our favorite spots for Spot to expand your own leash list.

Posted over 1 year ago
 

John Aaroe Group and Pacific Union International join forces

A dominant player has emerged on the West Coast real estate scene with the merger of LA-based John Aaroe Group and the Bay Area’s Pacific Union International. It marks the joining of Northern California’s premier luxury real estate brokerage and our leading Los Angeles-based firm, enabling us to...

Posted over 1 year ago
 

Your 2016 holiday lights guide

December in LA comes with a world of dazzling displays that light up the nights from Santa Monica to Altadena. Whether you visit just one or map out a grand tour, be sure to check out your own neighborhood’s showpieces on the way home.

Posted over 1 year ago
 

Not your usual holiday cards

Looking for something a bit more … unexpected to put your stamp on? Right this way to the Gift Shop at LACMA. Their holiday cards are standouts — and don’t get us started on all the great present inspirations.

Posted over 1 year ago
 

Savor the cheer on Candy Cane Lane

It’s been a Woodland Hills tradition since 1952, and it’s amazing what all those years of practice can do. One community’s personal salute to the season has become one of the most spectacular holiday displays in Greater LA — and a holiday must-see.

Posted over 1 year ago
 

Wander DTLA’s holiday light show

From the softly lit warmth of Olvera Street to the icicle sheets of glass over the Old Bank District, Downtown LA is putting on a dazzling display this month. And every evening, a cool walking tour is waiting to take you through the highlights.

Posted over 1 year ago
 

LA on ice

Why trek to the mountains to get your holiday chill on when a frosty rink is just minutes away? (Choosing DTLA? Avoid traffic and parking hassles by taking the Metro Red or Purple Line right to Pershing Square.)

Posted over 1 year ago