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10
Nov

Best Thanksgiving movies

November brings us the most American of holidays – Thanksgiving. Although the best Thanksgiving movies aren’t as well known as the best Christmas movies, they are still worth watching. Featuring all your favorite actors like Steve Martin or Al Pacino, these movies should definitely on your must-watch list. Pick one of the movies below and

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10
Nov

Grand opening of Eataly in L.A.

Originated in Turin, Italy, Eataly is the largest Italian marketplace in the world founded by Oscar Farinetti. And on November 3rd, it finally opened its first West Coast location in Westfield Century City Mall. In this 67,000-square-foot Italian heaven you will find anything from a food hall, to a market, to a cooking school, to

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08
Nov

Best ski & snowboard resorts in California

Skiing season is upon us, and in California, there are plenty of great places for those who are into winter sports. Angelenos are blessed with both year-round warm weather, and magnificent ski and snowboard resorts within driving distance. You can go to the beach and hit the slopes on the same day! Get your group

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07
Nov

Best Stay-cation Destinations in SoCal

Everyone can use a great vacation from time to time. Having the chance to get away from the routine and relax is something to really cherish, but not everyone can take all that time to actually leave town. Whether you are avoiding going away because of a busy calendar or a tight budget, that doesn’t

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06
Nov

This Week In LA: November 6th to November 12th

Monday November 6th Who doesn’t love mac and cheese? Try this recipe curtesy of the Food Network! Let us know what your favorite recipe it, too! Tuesday November 7th Hamilton is on at the Pantages! Wednesday November 8th Katy Perry is performing at the Staples Center! Thursday November 9th Pete Tong is DJing “Ibiza Classics”

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01
Nov

Where to go horseback riding in L.A.

Horseback riding has been a form of transportation for centuries. It has also been utilized by the English in fox hunting. Today, it’s a fun activity loved by many visitors from every culture. In Los Angeles, there are many areas where horses are available for rent on an hourly basis. If you are planning a

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01
Nov

Best places for afternoon tea in L.A.

Angelenos adore fancy restaurants and posh events! This weekend we recommend getting your group of friends together for afternoon tea. Los Angeles has plenty of options for those who would like sipping tea and munching on little finger sandwiches. The following L.A. restaurants are perfect for afternoon tea, serving anything from proper English teas to

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01
Nov

Adopt-A-Pet.com: Layla (October 3rd, 2017)

Valerie is very passionate about rescuing and adopting dogs. She has adopted several dogs and they’ve been wonderful companions and a central part of her family for many years. Valerie is passionate about and would like to raise awareness of dogs that are available through Adopt A Pet Dot Com in the West Los Angeles and

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01
Nov

Haunted Places in L.A.

Happy Halloween! If you have already survived the terrifying haunted houses around the city, been apple picking, and have finally learnt how to carve a pumpkin – for the last day of Halloween month we recommend visiting L.A.’s authentic haunted places. The founder of Ghost Hunters of Urban Los Angeles, Richard Carradine, has been collecting

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30
Oct

This Week In LA: October 30th to November 5th

Monday October 30th The Golden State Warriors are playing the Los Angeles Clippers tonight! Go Clippers! Tuesday October 31st Happy Haloween! West Hollywood hosts a street party on Santa Monica Blvd. between Doheney and La Cienega. Expect crazy costumes, lots of music, and 500,000 party seekers! Wednesday November 1st The final game in the World

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