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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.

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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...

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Saturdays off the 405

The Getty’s monthly summer jams kick off June 18, bookended by DJ sets and surrounded by the awesome evening view from the museum courtyard. All this and great art, too — we call this LA at its incomparable best.

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Can a museum be rad?

This one can. The Museum of San Fernando Valley Relics, passionately curated by a lifetime Valley Boy, ranges from delicate vintage Valley postcards to hulking, jewel-encrusted Nudie Cadillacs. Plan ahead, though — it’s only open on Saturdays from 10 to 3.

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Odd Markets are everywhere

Call them “Etsy meets flea market bazaars.” They’re filled with juried finds by local designers, crafters, and vintage vendors, along with live music and DJs, food trucks, beer and wine. Spotted from downtown to the Valley, they’re worth tracking down.

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Stunning views, sweeping flow in The Oaks

Set at the end of a long private drive in the gated sector of The Oaks, Los Feliz’ elite enclave, this 1963 post and beam classic at 5731 Valley Oak Drive is positioned to celebrate its view … and masterfully updated to take advantage of its open design. The home is listed by Steve Sanders at...

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Sneak peek at The Ford’s $65+M redo

Next month, the John Anson Ford Theatres complex will reopen after a four-year refurbishment. Here’s an advance look at how the historic 1920 venue has been changed … and how its incomparable ambience has been preserved.

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The last vast compound site in Beverly Hills

In Benedict Canyon, minutes from Rodeo Drive and behind a guarded gate, an incomparable equestrian dream unfolds across sixteen magnificent acres. Here, miles of riding trails meander through magical woodlands, winding back home to five deluxe stables and two horse rings. A 20,000 square foot...

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Grand Central Market turns its nights on

Starting in June, GCM will be open until 10 p.m. daily, with a market-wide happy hour weekdays from 6 to 7. There’s a whole lot more, including Friday night DJs, live music, movies and a flea market. Read all about it!

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