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15
Sep

Wine Festivals to Attend This Fall

The world of wine just calls for us all, doesn’t it? The amazing thing about it is that it’s drinkable year-round. Since autumn has arrived, it’s time to start thinking about good wine festivals that you and your friends can explore this season. Whether you’re into rosé, white, or red wine, there is no shortage

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15
Sep

Good Books To Read This Month

Sociable summer days with parties and vacations are now behind us, and time has come for cooler seasons to roll in! Is there any feeling more comforting than pulling a blanket around you and settling in for a few hours with a good book? Take a break from binge watching Netflix series and rediscover the

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12
Sep

Best things to do when camping

Now that L.A. weather has decided to cool down a bit, it’s time to plan a camping trip! It’s simple enough – just get to the woods, or the beach, or a mountainside. Next – feel free to do whatever you want! For a little while at least. However, solo campers tend to have a

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11
Sep

This Week In LA: September 11th to September 17th

Monday September 11th Hot Tub with Kurt and Kristen is happening at The Virgil in East Hollywood! Time to laugh! Tuesday September 12th Taco Tuesday courtesy of food network! Wednesday September 13th Eric Clapton is performing at the Forum Los Angeles! Thursday September 14th Daryl Hall and John Oates are playing at the Staples Center

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08
Sep

Best Escape Rooms of Los Angeles

Have you heard of Escape Rooms? For those unfamiliar with the concept of the activity, Escape Room is a physical adventure game in which players solve a series of puzzles using clues, hints and strategy to complete the objectives at hand. Players are given a set time limit to unveil the secret plot which is

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07
Sep

L.A. Theater Productions this month

It’s time to get some culture! L.A. theater scene is no less exciting than Broadway. This month’s best theater production focus on characters going through unbelievably extreme times. They encompass various themes and have many inspiratons in different aspects of history like ancient Greece, the Old Testament, told through dance. They reflect repressive regimes, while

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06
Sep

L.A. Shopping Events in September

Shopping is the best form of stress relief! It’s also a great way to spend time with your friends. Weekend trips to the mall can get pretty trivial – that is why we recommend checking out some of the city’s coolest shopping events. L.A. is always full of surprises – take a look what’s coming

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31
Aug

Newest Restaurants and Bars of L.A.

This summer brought plenty of great experiences! And for some of us, it may have been one of the most memorable ones. What this summer brought to Angelenos is fabulous new restaurants and bars! And that’s a great reason to plan a night out, don’t you think? Check out these lovely new spots: The Highlight

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30
Aug

Labor Day weekend in L.A.

Oh no, it’s the end of the summer already. But don’t worry – the most beautiful season is almost here! That’s right, the fall. And even though summer is almost over, lucky us, Angelenos, don’t have to fear – the sunshine is not going anywhere. Plus, you’ll still find all of the events that made

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29
Aug

Angels Flight reopening

Behold the reopening of Angels Flight! It’s been in the works for quite some time, and this Thursday, August 31, after four years, the railcars will resume their 298-foot route up and down Bunker Hill under a new operational deal that will keep the train running for at least 30 years! You might have seen

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