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Robert Mars and the Pop-Culture Quilt of America

Nov 30, 2017  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

In 2014, when Robert Mars was watching his wife stitch a quilt together, he had an epiphany. His inspiration as an artist had always been Americana from the 1950s and ’60s—patchworks of rustic wood panels, neon signs, brown paper, old newspapers and magazines.... Read More

Glam Up Your Kitchen For The Holiday Season

Nov 28, 2017  |   Contributor: Lavinia Lumezanu

It’s no secret that in every home, the kitchen holds a special place. It’s usually the place where everyone gathers at a party, hanging around the food, enjoying the smell of cinnamon and spices from the molten wine, surrounded by the warmth of the food cooking in the oven and the smiles of the people around.... Read More

Cirque du Soleil JOYA and VIP Dining Present Tastes of Real Mexico

Nov 24, 2017  |   Contributor: Steve Mirsky

Cirque du Soleil shows are imbued in the magic of lighting, interplay of costumes, and spectacular acrobatics all tied into a story line filled with intrigue and charisma.... Read More

Young Artist Alexandra Grounds' Larger than Life Paintings Tell a Big Story

Nov 21, 2017  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

Alexandra Grounds may be young, but she’s not afraid to get your attention regarding issues that matter. While still in high school, Grounds found a professional passion emerge from her childhood art hobby.... Read More

The Liddel Transforms Los Angeles' Wilshire Corridor

Nov 20, 2017  |   Contributor: Alyssa Kuhlman

In the late 1950s, the Wilshire Corridor was sprinkled with mid-rise luxury apartment buildings. By the 1970s, as property values increased, some of those apartment buildings were converted to cooperatives, and other smaller buildings were raised to make room for high-rise condominiums.... Read More

Holiday Gift Guide for Tech-Savvy Travelers

Nov 17, 2017  |   Contributor: Tracie Heffernan

From pocket-sized tablets to streaming movie apps, tech innovations have come a long way to make the journey almost as enjoyable as the destination, allowing jet-setters to start their vacations better informed, more inspired, and (dare we say it) more refreshed than ever before.... Read More

Save the Date: 73rd Annual Santa Barbara International Orchid Show

Nov 16, 2017  |   Contributor: Krista B

Each dazzling orchid throughout the world represents its own individual show of mesmerizing color and wonder. Recognizing the evocative nature of orchids, organizers of the 73rd Annual Santa Barbara International Orchid Show, one of the grandest celebrations of the plant in the country, themed the 2018 event “Orchids—The World’s Greatest Show.”... Read More

5 Sought After Christmas Gifts for The Whole Family

Nov 15, 2017  |   Contributor: Jeff Nevil

The holidays are the perfect opportunity to treat your friends and family to a range of premium and sought-after gifts to ensure that it will be a most memorable Christmas.... Read More

Es Vive Ibiza: The Hippest Wellbeing Hotel on the White Isle

Nov 15, 2017  |   Contributor: Cheryl Slater

When I found out that one of my favorite party hotels on Ibiza was now offering wellness packages I was intrigued and started imagining myself doing yoga around the pool instead of topping up my tan with a cocktail. Or maybe it was to be a combo of both—a bit of retox then detox—excellent!... Read More

Robin Walker and the Psyche of an Artist

Nov 14, 2017  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

A psychotherapist by training and artist by passion, Robin Walker discovered his creative leanings late in life. Using his knowledge of psychology and psychotherapy, Walker brings emotions to life on canvas.... Read More

The Simple Luxury Of Having A Life Coach

Nov 14, 2017  |   Contributor: Lavinia Lumezanu

For most people the idea of having a life coach sounds like something only people who have trouble achieving things on their own would do. Yet looking at the most successful people in the world shows otherwise. People like Richard Branson, Oprah Winfrey, Leonardo di Caprio, Bill Clinton, Serena Williams and many others at their level show that there might be something more to the simple luxury of getting a life coach.... Read More

Los Angeles' Grand Central Market Releases Cookbook to Celebrate Centennial

Nov 11, 2017  |   Contributor: Jill Weinlein

The historic Grand Central Market (GCM) in Los Angeles is celebrating its 100-year anniversary. One of the ways this iconic dining destination is memorializing their centennial is by unveiling a new cookbook—The Grand Central Market Cuisine and Culture from Downtown Los Angeles.... Read More

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