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Holmby Hills Home Security System 150 150 admin

Holmby Hills Home Security System

There is no reason to spare any expense when it comes to home security in Holmby Hills. These two dogs would keep anyone (even us during a tour) away.

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Making America Safe (Saturday mornings, at least) 150 150 admin

Making America Safe (Saturday mornings, at least)

We know superheroes, live action and cartoons, and will entertain your kids on our tours with their secrets.

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The Bathroom at The Penthouse at The Huntley 150 150 admin

The Bathroom at The Penthouse at The Huntley

The views: the meal, your companion, the shoreline Voted the Best Restaurant Bathroom by the LA Weekly, let’s just say that that is the least reason to spend an evening dining in resplendent luxury at the Huntley Hotel’s Penthouse restaurant. At THE PENTHOUSE, LA dining and nightlife soars to breathtaking new heights. Venture into this Santa Monica…

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Umami – A Fifth Dimension 150 150 admin

Umami – A Fifth Dimension

Los Angeles can easily claim to be the Hamburger Capital of the World because is has beautiful year round weather and a hamburger stand or restaurant on just about every corner.  Take a walk, grab a burger.  Meet a friend, grab a burger. Waiting for the light to change, grab a burger.  Los Angeles can also…

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Rodeo Drive Roadster 150 150 admin

Rodeo Drive Roadster

Arrive on Rodeo Drive in style (but where do you put the shopping bags?)

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Hollywood’s Own Wilshire Boulevard Temple 150 150 admin

Hollywood’s Own Wilshire Boulevard Temple

Established in 1862, Congregation B’nai B’rith is the oldest reform synagogue in Los Angeles. Its home is the Wilshire Boulevard Temple, a striking, stately structure on the edge of what’s now a congested stretch in Koreatown. Built in 1929, the temple was designed by A.M. Edelman, son of the congregation’s first rabbi, Abraham Edelman. During the…

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Wolfgang Puck Lands at Hotel Bel-Air 150 150 admin

Wolfgang Puck Lands at Hotel Bel-Air

Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air serves up California cuisine with European and Mediterranean influences. Dishes such as a comice pear salad with fuyu persimmons and Shropshire blue cheese, Parmesan risotto with white Alban truffles, and grilled prime sirloin steak with braised Wagyu beef cheeks are composed of fresh produce from Chino Farms and local farmers…

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New Years Eve With Pink Martini 150 150 admin

New Years Eve With Pink Martini

Dec. 31. Celebrate New Years Eve with Pink Martini as they return to the Walt Disney Concert Hall with their unforgettable fusion of Brazilian samba, ’30s Cuban dance and Parisian café. The place to be this New Years Eve while touring LA. 1 p.m., 10 p.m. Walt Disney Concert Hall, 111 South Grand Ave., downtown,…

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Short Order Arrives at LA Farmers Market 150 150 admin

Short Order Arrives at LA Farmers Market

Short Order restaurant was established by two star restaurateurs: the late Amy Pressman, founder of Pasadena’s Old Town Bakery, and Nancy Silverman, of La Brea Bakery and Osteria Mozza fame. This is the place that you need to be when having a bit of hunger while touring LA. Emphasizing naturally raised meats and pesticide-free produce,…

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Venison Fair at Chaya Venice 150 150 admin

Venison Fair at Chaya Venice

As a throwback to the seasonal food fairs Chaya Venice thew when they first opened their doors 20 years ago, Executive Chef Shigefumi Tachibe continues the tradition this fall with venison. At Venison Fair, dine on succulent venison dinner fare, paired with sweet and spicy ingredients and flavors. Venison chili con carne (pictured right) arrives…

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