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Handy guide to LA farmer's markets

Of course everyone has a go-to neighborhood farmers market. But variety is good, and different markets offer must-haves you won’t find anywhere else. With this list of over a hundred year-round local markets on your smartphone — organized both by day of the week and alphabetically — planning...

Posted 2 years ago
 

At Last: Wexler's Santa Monica

If you love authentic deli, but Grand Central Market isn’t often on your route, good news: a second (bigger!) Wexler’s has finally arrived to feed your delicatessen cravings. Old-school everything, right down to the homemade pickles, now comes in a 30-seat restaurant size.

Posted 2 years ago
 

Agence Ter picked to redesign Pershing Square

After an eight-month competition with 80 entries, just one was both highest-rated among over 1,300 public voters and the unanimous choice of the final jury as well. Here’s a look at the proposal, one its designers call “timeless.”

Posted 2 years ago
 

Flying horses and mythical beasts

Some people have the best jobs. Take Lourinda Bray, a famed expert on the history and restoration of carousels and owner of an amazing private collection. A rare exhibition of its highlights just opened at the Pasadena History Museum. Enchanting.

Posted 2 years ago
 

Exquisite Oak Knoll Spanish Colonial Revival

Restoring and enhancing the historic property at 869 South Oak Knoll Avenue in Pasadena’s prestigious Oak Knoll neighborhood has been a 17-year labor of love for the current owner. Today, every detail of the romantic charm of this 1924 home reflects its original vision — including a new guest...

Posted 2 years ago
 

LA's Smorgasburg opens

With food trucks taking on a mass life of their own, it was high time for this Brooklyn phenomenon to go west. LA’s Smorgasburg, a weekly market of carefully curated food trucks with shaded seating and plenty of parking (two hours free!), will roll into the Alameda Produce Market every Sunday....

Posted 2 years ago
 

Timeless glamour. Modern spirit.

Set on what Vanity Fair once called “the starriest street in Beverly Hills,” this exquisite 1928 Mediterranean estate at 903 North Roxbury Drive has been extensively renovated by architect Richard Manion, one of the country’s leading specialists on bringing historic homes into the modern era. The...

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Chalk of fame

Inspired by movie posters and iconic film scenes, it’s just one of the many art exhibits spread at your feet during the 24th Annual Pasadena Chalk Festival on Father’s Day weekend. Includes a Kids Chalkland, classic car show, live music and more.

Posted 2 years ago
 

Cher’s Egyptian fantasy becomes equestrian paradise

Surrounded by sweeping landscaping and stunning canyon views, an incomparable equestrian world unfolds across sixteen magnificent, gated acres. Miles of riding trails meander through old-growth woodlands, winding home to five deluxe stables and two horse rings. Where is this rustic paradise? At...

Posted 2 years ago