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Home of the Day: 1930s Monterey Revival built for a Gamble

This Monterey Revival-style residence, set adjacent to Pasadena’s historic Prospect Park neighborhood, was built for Cecil Gamble, an heir to the Procter and Gamble fortune, and his wife, Louise, in 1935. Clean lines, double-hung windows and a sweeping exterior balcony are...

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  • 9 great grain bowls at L.A. restaurants
    9 great grain bowls at L.A. restaurants

    If you find yourself at a new L.A. restaurant lit with Edison light bulbs, and outfitted with repurposed wood, chances are you'll see a grain bowl on the menu. No longer solely associated with health food stores and post yoga session sustenance, grain bowls have become a satisfying one-dish...

  • 38 L.A. restaurants with Valentine's Day specials
    38 L.A. restaurants with Valentine's Day specials

    Valentine's Day is the perfect excuse to spoil that special someone, or revel in the fact that you're single, and don't need to buy a gift for anyone but yourself. It's also called singles awareness day, right? Whether you're solo or in a couple, if you're looking for somewhere to dine out on...

  • Lunasia Dim Sum House now open in Pasadena: sports on TV, dim sum all day
    Lunasia Dim Sum House now open in Pasadena: sports on TV, dim sum all day

    If you love dim sum — and very few of us don't — you can now get it in the somewhat unlikely neighborhood of Pasadena, on Colorado Boulevard very close to the Old Town world of Urban Outfitters and the Cheesecake Factory. Perhaps the owners of Lunasia, the popular dim sum house in...

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