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Q&A with Hollywood Actress-Turned-Entrepreneur Michelle Lewis

BY : Jenna Smith | 2017

Michelle Lewis, founder of Visibility Vixen, is an entrepreneur who teaches small business owners and brands how to get more visible in the online space. Through her courses, mastermind and podcast, she supports entrepreneurs through...


Costa Mesa's Culinary Arts are Taking Off

BY : Beth Graham | 2017

Costa Mesa, nestled in between Huntington Beach, Newport Beach and Santa Ana, is living up to its moniker as the “City of the Arts.” With high-end retail like South Coast Plaza, The LAB, South Coast Collection/The OC Mix, and The...


If You're In-the-Know in Newport, You're Probably a Regular at This Hotel

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2017

Before the Island Hotel Newport Beach was what it is today, it was a Four Seasons property. Over the years, the city’s finest came out to spend weekends lounging by the pool, dining on five-course meals and discussing their next vacations. It...


Ace Hotel: Palm Springs' Playground for the Cool Kids

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2017

There’s a scene that takes place every weekend at the Ace Hotel and Swim Club in Palm Springs. Trendy, 20- and 30-somethings descend from LA and SD to take over the retro-chic property in search of sun and poolside cocktails. Ask any bronzed...


Getting the Five-Star Treatment at the Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills

BY : Vicki Arkoff | 2017

What’s the proper etiquette when sharing a hotel elevator ride with Sir Elton John? I honestly don’t know, so I kept my lip buttoned all the way down seven floors to the lobby of The Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills. Elton...


#NotACrime: Street Artist ELLE Promotes Education Equality Through Public Murals

BY : Jill Weinlein | 2017

I was invited to meet ELLE, a female graffiti and street artist turned muralist, while she was painting her latest masterpiece in the parking garage of the iconic Rock 'n' Roll hotel Sunset Marquis. As the future buses of rock stars pull...

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Indulging in Desert Luxury at the Ritz-Carlton Rancho Mirage

BY : Katherine Bond | 2017

From flower headdress festival-goers to retired presidents, everyone seems to go to Rancho Mirage. President Ford and Betty Ford retired in Rancho Mirage after his term, and the Obamas bought a home in the neighborhood earlier this year. Annually,...


Chihuly Glass Art Exhibit at the Catalina Island Museum

BY : Jill Weinlein | 2017

The first time I visited renowned glass blower and sculptor Dale Chihuly's large-scale sculptures was up in Seattle. I walked into his Chihuly Garden and Glass next to the Seattle Space Needle and immediately became a fan. Earlier this year...


$100M Bel Air Mansion Hits the Market With Two Exotic Gold Cars

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2017

Los Angeles knows how to do luxury living well, and to prove it, a new seven-bedroom Beverly Hills mansion just came onto the market and is stacked with everything from exotic cars to an Andy Warhol painting and a Champagne vault. The recently...


Meet Indian Wells' Newest Luxury Resort

BY : Jill Weinlein | 2017

When was the last time you vacationed in Indian Wells? Just a two hour drive from Los Angeles, it's located between Palm Desert and La Quinta. Indian Wells is a high end desert destination that is touted as having the richest zip code in the...


CSA's Airbus 380 Offers Private Suites & Designer Amenities

BY : Cynthia Dial | 2017

Recognized as the world’s most populous country, it is little wonder that the Chinese carrier, China Southern Airlines (CSA), operates the world’s largest jumbo jet—the Airbus 380. Based in Guangzhou and founded in 1988, the...


South Orange County’s Best Hidden Dining Gems

BY : Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel | 2017

Sun, sand, and beautiful people abound in Orange County, and it’s safe to say that being here is living the good life. A stay at The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel is one of the many ways you can make life just a little bit sweeter. One of...

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