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A homegrown street-art festival gives way to the bright, imaginative murals making a cultural statement in Hawaii Word on the street in Hawaii: turn a corn...

Norton Simon Museum Stages an Exhibit of Ellsworth Kelly’s Lithographs

Uncommon Bond Norton Simon Museum stages an exhibit of artist Ellsworth Kelly’s lithographs In the 1960s, artist Ellsworth Kelly (1923–2015) started creating li...

Snoop Home Tour 2018

SNEAK PEEK — Prying eyes will get their fill of luxe architecture and décor at the popular Sophisticated Snoop Home Tour More than 40 years ago, Manhattan ...

The Last Bookstore

From downtown L.A. loft to browser’s bohemia, The Last Bookstore is a reading refuge for bibliophiles The independent bookstore, so ablaze with ideas,...

In Pursuit of Perfection

Thomas Jefferson’s historic mountaintop home Monticello expresses the spirit and architectural legacy of its founding father If home is an expression of oneself...

Exhibit L.A.

The ninth annual Art Los Angeles Contemporary lands at Barker Hangar this month Written by Jenn Thornton The global art community turns its gaze to L.A., as San...

Life in Movement

The Norton Simon Museum honors the sculpture of Edgar Degas In 1917, Edgar Degas, the French artist renowned for his dreamy depictions of ballet dancers, died i...

Modern Mexico

Another Promised Land: Anita Brenner’s Mexico at Skirball Center Written by Constance Dunn | Photography Courtesy of Skirball Cultural Center In the 1920s, Mexi...

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Farmhouse May Be The Ultimate Farm-to-Table Restaurant

“I want our guests at FARMHOUSE to have the same experience they would have if they stayed for dinner at my home,” says Peitso, who opened his eatery this past ...

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Los Angeles’ Iconic Central Library Was a Beacon of Early Art Design

Built in 1926, the Richard J. Riordan Central Library offers one of the most interesting plotlines in Los Angeles, starting in 1872 with the launch of the libra...

BALEENkitchen - Portofino Hotel & Marina diner

BALEENKitchen at The Portofino Hotel & Marina is a Top 10 for Waterside Dining

The newly revamped BALEENkitchen at The Portofino Hotel & Marina in Redondo Beach is quickly becoming one of the South Bay’s hottest spots to dine and imbib...

The Case Oceanview Residences is Taking Shape in Malibu

Last year, designer and builder Scott Gillen purchased one of the last remaining undeveloped parcels in Malibu for $50 million in what has been recorded as the ...

Grand Solmar Exclusive 834-Acre Master-Planned Community Rancho San Lucas

Second-home buyers are seeking out an oceanfront living and outdoor enjoyment in Los Cabos at the Solmar Group’s exclusive new 834-acre master-planned community...

Kudadoo Maldives Private Island Set to Debut in November

Rent Out an Entire Private Island with Kudadoo Maldives Dreaming of renting out an entire private island for the ultimate all-inclusive holiday? Or maybe a vill...

Pacific Union International Brings its Commercial Brokerage to L.A.

Market Masters Pacific Union International brings its Commercial Brokerage to L.A. Pacific Union Commercial Brokerage was established in 1974 as a compleme...

Katie Hodges Interiors with Soul

The projects of Los Angeles-based interior designer Katie Hodges reflect a timeless aesthetic that combines refined and casual, bohemian and glamour, and classi...

Montage Residences at Kapalua Bay

Montage Residences: A charmed getaway along the Maui’s coast Named after a demigod who pulled at the ocean floor with his magical fishing hook to create The Big...

Andaz Aerie—Unique, By Design

Commercial & residential architecture across the Hawaiian Islands offers a fresh expression of modern Pacific style Translating the natural beauty of the la...

Heavenly Havens

A global firm known for reimagining paradise creates lush island idylls VITA Planning and Landscape Architecture has been envisioning and creating luxury resort...

POW! WOW! Pop Culture

A homegrown street-art festival gives way to the bright, imaginative murals making a cultural statement in Hawaii Word on the street in Hawaii: turn a corn...

Kelly Hoppen and a New Collection for Restoration Hardware

Designer Kelly Hoppen MBE brings au courant appeal to a new textile collection for Restoration Hardware In designing a new collection of textiles for Restoratio...

Schuyler Samperton puts her stamp on the design world

Touted tastemaker Schuyler Samperton puts her stamp on the design world—and an exuberant textile line L.A.-based interior designer Schuyler Samperton never had ...

The Penthouse Collection at Metropolis

Penthouse Collection: A new collection of eight marquee penthouses rise up in the heart of DTLA The continuing resurgence of Downtown L.A. as a hot investment m...

Gastronomic Mash-Up at Chez Melange

True to its name, Chez Melange cooks up a unique concept blending lunch, brunch and dinner After 35 years in the restaurant business, Michael Franks and Ro...

Norton Simon Museum Stages an Exhibit of Ellsworth Kelly’s Lithographs

Uncommon Bond Norton Simon Museum stages an exhibit of artist Ellsworth Kelly’s lithographs In the 1960s, artist Ellsworth Kelly (1923–2015) started creating li...

Consort: A Consortium of Design Launches Furniture Collection

Already an A-list favorite, Los Angeles-based interior design studio Consort launches its first furniture collection Mat Sanders and Brandon Quattrone launched ...

Ace Hotel — Best in Show

Award-winning chef Michael Cimarusti imagines a new menu at Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles At 929 S. Broadway, Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles is a destinat...

Real Estate Market Influencer: Scott Moore | DIGS

Buying, building and selling on the Westside — and feeling you’re in the right place “In my belief, I think my path is pre-determined—and you know when you’re o...

Redondo Beach Historic Library

Redondo Beach Historic Library The Jewel of Veterans Park

Redondo Beach Historic Library: The Jewel of Veterans Park If you had been a local sailor in 1895, at some point you probably would have come across Pier N...

The Hill House: The Early History of Hermosa Beach

The Hill House: The Early History of Hermosa Beach Although given the name of “Hermosa” by early developers (“beautiful” in Spanish), the earliest years of...

La Mar Theater

La Mar Theater: Manhattan Beach’s Favorite Theater The intersection of Manhattan Avenue and Manhattan Beach Boulevard has been the focal point of activity in Ma...

Catalina Casino: A Regal Landmark

The Catalina Casino, standing at approximately twelve stories tall, continues to beckon tourists and remind locals of Catalina Island’s rich history. For over 8...

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