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Size of Los Angeles Hillside Homes to be Restricted

Mayor Villaraigosa has signed an ordinance to restrict the size of hillside homes, effective May 9th. The restriction also applies to the steepness of the lots and zone. and imposes a minimum lot size limit in order to standardize developments…

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Lowest Los Angeles Gas Prices

Driving around looking at Los Angeles homes for sale, you are going to be using up a lot of gas. And we all know prices are up and going to rise further. Check out the lowest Los Angeles gas prices…

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Los Angeles Area Farmers’ Markets

The first, Farmer’s Market inLos Angeles , and probably the most famous in the U.S., started in 1934.  Since then numerous local farmers’ markets have sprung up all over the Los Angeles area. Farmers’ Market at The Grove is open Monday-Friday,…

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Does the Mubarak Family Own Property in Beverly Hills?

After doing a tongue-in-cheek-post on a real estate blog site, about the Mubarak Family possibly owning property in Beverly Hills, specifically on Rodeo Drive, I was inundated with calls from the media, including an international newspaper. It is alleged that…

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Beverly Hills Post Office on its Way to Broadway

Work is under way to turn the Depression-era Beverly Hills Post Office into a world class cultural center, the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, due to be completed in late 2012. Built in 1933 on the site of…

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Google at Home in Venice Los Angeles

Los Angeles is an extremely desirable place to live.  Just look at the weather going on around the country right now.  Google also loves Los Angeles and just leased 100,000 sq. ft. of space in buildings in Venice, CA.  One of them is the Frank…

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Santa Monica Place – Never Lose Your Car Again

Ever parked your car in a large mall like Santa Monica Place in Santa Monica, gone shopping, and then come back to realize that you have forgotten when you left it? Santa Monica Place has installed the first camera-based “Find…

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Los Angeles Christmas Tree Lighting Events

The Grove ‘Tis the season for the lighting of Christmas trees around Los Angeles.  Among the most popular event, and one to rival the lighting of the tree at Rockefeller Center in New York, is the Christmas Tree lighting event…

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ICE at Santa Monica Now Open

ICE at Santa Monica is now open and includes a new art exhibit. The rink at 5th St. and Arizona opened on November 10th and has teamed together with Portraits of Hope an organization originally developed to help seriously ill…

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Santa Monica Place is Open

Santa Monica Place in Santa Monica is now open and it is certainly a vast improvement over the old one. Today was packed with people and live entertainment and Nordstrom and Tiffanys are not yet open, but there is still…

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Sunset Concerts at the Skirball

The Skirball Cultural Center will be celebrating summer with a series of free concerts every Thursday from July 22 to August 26. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. and shows commence at 8:00 p.m. Parking is $5 per car for three…

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Santa Monica Twilight Dance Series

Starting July 8th, every Thursday through September 2nd the Twilight Dance Series takes place on Santa Monica pier, starting at 7:00 p.m. In 1983 the storms took off part of Santa Monica pier and a week long festival “Santa Monica…

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Culver City Music Festival

Every Thursday, starting July 8th and running through August 26th Culver City will be having concerts in front of City Hall. Events are from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. This is the 16th year of the music festival which includes a…

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Annual Meeting Westside Homeowners

There will be an Annual Meeting for West of Westwood Homeowners Association and Westside Neighborhood Council. Tuesday, October 6th at 7:00 p.m. Westside Pavilion Meeting Room B Landmark Theatre side 3rd floor Across from Barnes and Noble Contact: West of…

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