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When I started dating again after a horrible breakup, I vowed to look out for those ominous signs of trouble – and to address my own red flags as well.
Revolve’s founders knew nothing about fashion. Luckily, they have 3,500 pals who do. The company uses these influencers to model selections on Instagram in lieu of traditional advertising.
There are no shortage of places in and around L.A. promising a workout for your face, a way to lift and tone naturally, and I chose to head to Skin Camp Beverly Boulevard. It bills itself as a “facial workout” studio offering a menu of treatments with such names as “Sculpt,” “Train” and “Detox.”
Hatch chiles are now available in markets throughout Southern California. These are the best Hatch chile recipes that highlight the mild peppers.
The Santa Monica backyard was sun-baked and unwelcoming. The parents wanted more room for grown-up gatherings. Now, it’s a prime place for parties.
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What’s happening on So Cal’s gardening scene? A succulents symposium, seedling exchange and lessons about mini roses, exotic cacti, fungi and growing fruit
The emojis and pink paint on this Manhattan Beach home have caused a stir. Whether or not you see spite here, all the world seems to love a story about neighbors at odds
Along the easternmost stretch of the iconic Hollywood Boulevard thoroughfare — past the tourists and the tourist attractions — sits a diverse neighborhood that’s a must-visit for those looking to explore a less-heralded part of Los Angeles.
The once-ubiquitous ficus is making a comeback, helped in large part by millennials and the wellness movement.
A record crowd showed up at L.A.'s Inter-city Cactus & Succulent Show, with tattoos and backpacks as prominent as muumuus and walkers.
Six months. Nine short-term rentals. One suitcase. No car. How a new arrival to Los Angeles found his way home.
Residents say the bright-pink painted house is a public nuisance and an act of retaliation against a resident who reported illegal short-term rentals.
Once inside the 4,000-square-foot nursery Plant Material, shop for drought-tolerant natives, biodynamic edibles and sustainable tools and art objects.
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