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5 Non-Touristy Things to Do in San Diego

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2016

As a San Diego local, when out-of-towners are in the city, I usually get asked what we do for fun and what kinds of non-touristy things should be explored. The answer is usually pretty simple: the beach. But should you tire of the...

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Downtown LA is Tinseltown’s New Gem

BY : JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE | 2016

Los Angeles is a place known for its sunny days, beautiful people, and vibrant nightlife. And if you’re visiting the home of America’s glitterati, the JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE is the perfect backdrop for your...

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The New Luxury V Palm Springs Resort

BY : Jill Weinlein | 2016

You’d probably never guess that the new luxury boutique hotel V Palm Springs was once a budget Travelodge when you walk into its lobby. Purchased by Los Angeles celebrity criminal attorneys, the property saw a $15 million dollar makeover and...

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The Ritz-Carlton Celebrates 25 Years With $25K Fashion Package

BY : Susan Kime | 2016

Set in a Neo-classical style landmark building in San Francisco’s Nob Hill neighborhood, The Ritz-Carlton has been a staple in the city for 25 years now. To celebrate its anniversary, the five-star hotel is offering a new $25,000 Ultimate...

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An Epicurean Adventure at LA’s Original Farmers Market

BY : Beth Graham | 2016

Don’t think of a visit to the Los Angeles Farmers Market as an afternoon of wandering through stalls of fresh produce, instead consider it more as an around-the-world culinary excursion. I recently joined Melting Pot Food Tours for one of...

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A Road Trip Epiphany: Explore Nor-Cal in a BMW i8

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2016

It’s not a proper summer without venturing out on a road trip, especially when it entails a $140,000 sports car. Partnering with BMW, the Epiphany Hotel in Palo Alto and Carmel Valley Ranch are offering visitors the chance to experience...

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The Dog Days Are Just Beginning At The Standard Hotel

BY : Kat Ward | 2016

Life in Downtown Los Angeles can get pretty rough when you're lounging by the pool, heading to the beach, or enjoying one of the fabulous events being held around the city. Luckily, the folks at The Standard Hotel found the best way to...

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Waldorf Astoria Heads to the City by the Bay

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2016

Come 2020, the City by the Bay will feel just a bit more sophisticated with the opening of a new Waldorf Astoria property. The Hilton brand announced it will be debuting its iconic hotel on Mission Street between Ecker and 1st streets. It will...

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Coachella Valley's Newest Festival Brings Renowned Artists to the Desert

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2016

Next year, Coachella Valley Music Festival will have an opening act before it kicks off its two-weekend run in April. Called Desert X, the valley’s newest event will feature contemporary art exhibitions with a focus on creating...

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The Wines, Celebs & Chefs of Festival Napa Valley 2016

BY : Jackie Bryant | 2016

For two weekends every July, the place to see and be seen in California’s Napa Valley is undoubtedly Festival Napa Valley. Held at wineries and estates around the county, this two-week celebration, formerly known as Festival del Sole, includes...

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Designer Vault Moves Into Carlsbad With 1,500 Pieces of Vintage Chanel

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2016

If purchasing vintage Chanel is how you like to spend your Saturday afternoons, you may want to check out the Designer Vault in Carlsbad that opened this past spring. The upscale consignment shop boasts the largest collection of rare and vintage...

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Juniper & Ivy Hosts Monthly Farm-to-Table Dinner Series

BY : Jackie Bryant | 2016

Little Italy's fine dining powerhouse Juniper & Ivy launched a farm-to-table dinner series last month with its inaugural dinner called Pork to Fork. The featured purveyor was Cook Pig's Farms, which were paired with Napa Valley's...

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