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Home of the Day: Urban oasis in Century City

Designed to offer sanctuary in the heart of Century City, this Mediterranean-style villa is built around an open, tiled courtyard within a private, gated community. Classic architectural cues include arched doorways, wrought-iron details, wood floors and stone fireplaces. Contemporary light fixtures...

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  • Dining and coffee break ideas for Southern California holiday shoppers

    Dining and coffee break ideas for Southern California holiday shoppers

    Holiday shopping is not for wimps. Given that it's among the most strenuous and exacting activities on the planet, you, the one staring with glazed eyes at a very long list, will need sustenance. Sometimes a quick bite is all that's needed. Other times you'll want to put those bags down beside...

  • Vending machines going gourmet for upscale customers

    Vending machines going gourmet for upscale customers

    At Hollywood & Highland Center, mere steps from Hollywood Boulevard's souvenir-hawking dives, tourists can drop up to $1,000 on fine caviar. But they aren't pampered with white-glove service. Tins of the delicacy are dispensed at the tap of a button — from a vending machine. After decades of serving...

  • Events: Tanabata tasting, Food GPS Rib Fest, Terroni World Cup, Low Country Boil

    Events: Tanabata tasting, Food GPS Rib Fest, Terroni World Cup, Low Country Boil

    Hinoki & the Bird will celebrate the Japanese tradition of the Tanabata star festival through the month of July. Tanabata is a Japanese tradition that takes place on the seventh day of the seventh month of the year when two stars that representing two deities, usually separated by the Milky Way,...

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  • Is Flipagram Los Angeles' latest breakout app start-up?

    Is Flipagram Los Angeles' latest breakout app start-up?

    Snapchat, Tinder and Whisper get rattled off in the Los Angeles technology community as the area’s biggest app start-ups. From there, it’s trickier deciding who else belongs. Now Flipagram is making a strong case that it does. The video-sharing app company disclosed Thursday that it raised $70...

  • Tasting of the Week: Wally's Napa/Sonoma All-Stars on Sunday

    Tasting of the Week: Wally's Napa/Sonoma All-Stars on Sunday

    Sunday afternoon is reserved for the annual Wally's Napa/Sonoma All-Stars Wine Tasting at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel in Century City. This is the chance to taste wines from nearly 150 top California wineries. Most have their winemakers or owners in attendance, not always a given at wine...

  • 'Sink or Swim': L.A. photo show looks at how design responds to disaster

    'Sink or Swim': L.A. photo show looks at how design responds to disaster

    Rising tides. Regular floods. Torrential rains. Not to mention the occasional tsunami that can wreak havoc across continents. Roughly 44% of the human population lives within 93 miles of a coast, according to the United Nations Atlas of the Oceans. This represents more people than inhabited the...

  • Easter brunch dining guide, and a Spago Passover seder

    Easter brunch dining guide, and a Spago Passover seder

    Somehow New Year's Eve turned into Valentine's Day, and St. Patrick's Day was a fleeting blur of green. Now it's almost Easter. It's time for Peeps, Cadbury eggs, egg hunts and Easter brunch plans. Here are some restaurants around town with Easter brunch specials.  Abigaile: The Hermosa Beach restaurant...

  • Obama's budget includes windfall for L.A. transportation

    Obama's budget includes windfall for L.A. transportation

    The budget proposal unveiled by President Obama on Monday earmarks more than $1 billion for California transportation and construction projects, including $330 million that Los Angeles officials called crucial to extending the Purple Line from the Mid-City area to Century City. Overall, Obama would...

  • 'The Duke of Burgundy' a mesmerizing sexual thriller

    As he demonstrated in "Berberian Sound Studio," Peter Strickland is a talented sculptor of cinematic mood and a serious fan of vintage European exploitation flicks. "The Duke of Burgundy," his Sapphic tale of domination and submission, is nothing if not a mood piece, but amid its atmospherics and...

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