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In Place: South Park DTLA

Set between Ninth Street, Broadway and the Harbor and Santa Monica Freeways, South Park is the busiest construction hub in booming Downtown LA. The area emerged a decade ago as Greater LA’s entertainment and sporting epicenter with the opening of Staples Center, followed by a sleek skyline of new...

Posted almost 2 years ago
 

Take your love on a Neon Cruise

Act now to book passage on the Museum of Neon Art’s Valentine Cruise, a guided tour of neon signs, movie marquees and art installations across Downtown and Hollywood on a romantic British double decker bus. (What a perfect proposal site.)

Posted almost 2 years ago
 

Long shot for giraffe lovers

How often do you get to feed a giraffe … and meet her mini six-foot baby in one day? It’s a stretch, but it’s possible right now at the LA Zoo, where a blessed arrival recently kicked off the zoo’s 50th Anniversary celebration.

Posted almost 2 years ago
 

Opulent English Tudor just listed in Bradbury Estates

An opulent two-story English Tudor style estate on 2.45 acres in the San Gabriel Valley’s guard-gated Bradbury Estates has been listed by John Aaroe Group. The property at 18 Dovetail Lane is offered at $18,890,000.The estate was developed by Chateau Group USA, one of the most successful private...

Posted almost 2 years ago
 

Unsnarling LAX traffic

Hard to imagine, we know. But there are actually plans in motion to dramatically decongest your airport experience, including a driverless people mover and a new hub for rental car agencies. Here’s a look at the first renderings.

Posted almost 2 years ago
 

LA’s ten best art deco buildings

From Downtown to Santa Monica and San Pedro, these gems still dazzle, inside and out. One highlight of this A-list is a treasure whose threatened demolition sparked the founding of the LA Conservancy.

Posted almost 2 years ago
 

5 New Year's resolutions for your home

You may not often include it when you’re making your list, but think about it: your home is where all those other promises unfold. Here’s how to give every good intention a fresh place to start.

Posted almost 2 years ago
 

How 2017’s color of the year can work for you

When world-renowned color authority Pantone, announces its Color of the Year, it’s always international news. 2017’s winner is no exception — and its nature-inspired freshness can spark an appealing accent statement or a whole new room.

Posted almost 2 years ago
 

A cherished holiday restaurant and its vanished past

When people in the Pasadena area think festive gathering places, The Raymond 1886 is always high on the list. But not everyone knows the charming restaurant began as a humble caretaker’s cottage for something far more grand … and star-crossed.

Posted almost 2 years ago