Apparently, they’ve never even looked In spite of persistent rumors to the contrary, Barack Obama and family won’t be settling down in Southern California anytime soon. At least, that’s what close friends Michael Smith and James Costos tell the Hollywood Reporter
Slated for Hollywood Boulevard near the 101 Freeway Five finalists have been announced for a new public art project that’s being called the official gateway to Little Armenia. The permanent installation is intended to acknowledge the cultural diversity and heritage of the Armenian population of Los Angeles—one of the nation’s largest—and serve as a nod to the contributions the Armenian community has made to the city of LA. “We are on track to create a cultural landmark that will serve as a point of pride for the Little Armenia community,” said Los Angeles City Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell
The 1909 home has hardwood floors and plenty of indoor-outdoor access This Mount Washington Craftsman was built in 1909 and, according to the listing , has been recently remodeled.
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Nearly $15 million awarded to make the neighborhood safer for walkers and bicyclists Last week, the California Transportation Commission awarded more than $100 million to 62 active transportation projects around the state, including $14.85 million for a host of bike lanes and pedestrian-friendly improvements in the Arts District.
SeaWorld ended its breeding of killer whales following public outcry.
© At.mosphere Once in your lifetime (or more if you are lucky), take your high tea experience to the next level – specifically, to the 122nd level of the world’s tallest building 一生に一度はドバイのアフタヌーンティー「ハイティー」を、それも世界一高いビルの122階で楽しんでみるというのはいかが
Not your run-of-the-mill snack bar Long Beach is looking to liven up its beachfront snack bar game over the next few years. Mayor Robert Garcia has revealed designs for elegant new concession stands at Alamitos, Junipero, and Granada beaches.
A sunken living room and a heptagon-shaped window bay Located off Sunset Boulevard in Silver Lake, this two-bedroom, one-bathroom dwelling built in 1941 has some really great Streamline Moderne elements, and it has been “refurbished to accentuate 1940’s Modernist overtones.” The step-down living room is separated from a dining area by a lovely, curving set of stairs. A wall of windows overlooks the street below. This same room also has a wood-paneled fireplace