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In Place: Little Holmby

It’s easy to see what makes Little Holmby one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in LA. Tucked next to lavish Holmby Hills, the enclave is a mixture of softly rolling knolls; wide, tree-shaded streets; and beautiful architecture, from historic revival homes by Paul Williams to Modernist gems ...

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Historic Studio City villa has double lot and star pedigree

Once the home of Hollywood icon Debbie Reynolds, this one-of-a-kind villa on a double lot in the hills of Studio City has been lovingly restored and updated with sensitive attention to its 1929 heritage. 3734 Reklaw Drive is exclusively offered at $2,799,000 by Aaroe Estates Directors Kevin Drisc...

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Logging LA’s historic houses

West Adams. Berkeley, Wilshire and Windsor Squares. Fremont and Westmoreland Places. St. James Park. Maybe you’ve toured a few addresses or glimpsed a gorgeous mansion driving by. But now Historic Los Angeles has catalogued these districts’ homes in their own blogspots. Once inside, can you retur...

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The ultimate LA vibe

Hidden behind a quiet facade lies this vine-covered 1955 Mid-Century era home. Rumored to be a former Jimmy Durante residence, and currently owned by musician and Academy Award winning actor Jared Leto, this private street-to-street compound boasts a 12,485 square foot lot and over 4,000...

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Your spring guide to LA's farmers markets

If you’re only visiting the farmers markets close to you, you’re barely raking the surface. SoCal has dozens of these fresh-picked attractions, and most offer a lot more than fruits and veggies. Here’s a handy guide by neighborhood to help you plan your next produce adventure.

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Google Maps: One party creepy, one part cool

No matter where you are … it knows. No matter where you’re going … it knows how to get you there. And even how long it will take. What all-seeing power gives Google Maps all this information? Well, actually, you – along with everybody else on the road between you and your destination. But when di...

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Bunnies on the move!

It had to happen: Pasadena’s quirkiest attraction, The Bunny Museum, has outgrown its hutch and moved to more expansive quarters just over the line in Altadena. The 23-year-old museum holds the Guinness World Record for most bunny items in the world — over 33,000! (Well, rabbits breed fast.) From...

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LGBT Center’s new Hollywood campus breaks ground

The Los Angeles LGBT Center’s visionary Anita May Rosenstein campus on North McCadden Place will provide affordable housing for seniors, beds for homeless youths, and facilities to feed them all. The campus and its services will be open to all, not just those identifying as LGBT. It’s slated to o...

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March job growth slows, but there is a silver lining

Executive SummaryFollowing a strong start to 2017, with an average of 217,000 jobs added in the first two months, the U.S. Department of Labor reported that March job growth slowed to 98,000. The slowdown is largely attributed to milder weather conditions in the first two months of the year, whic...

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In Place: Leimert Park

In January, Curbed Magazine announced the winner of the 2016 Curbed Cup, its annual reader-voted competition for LA Neighborhood of the Year. Leimert Park not only edged out its fellow finalist, picturesque San Pedro, but also bypassed such LA up-and-comers as Frogtown in DTLA, Highland Park, and...