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A rare and magnificent property seamlessly blends contemporary architecture and state-of-the-art features with detailed craftsmanship of the past.
For many of us, the house we grew up in is an important part of our history—and we believe it will always be there.
The man behind the auction block for history- making sales like Marilyn Monroe’s “subway dress” for more than $5 million and R2D2 for $2.76 million
Chef Aaron Robins runs the urbane SOCA in Sherman Oaks with an eye towards excellence and a knack for reinvention.
WRITTEN BY NANCY SOKOLER STEINER Traveling opens us up to new experiences, new ways of seeing. And as one anonymous traveler said, it is the only thing you buy that makes you richer. Whether you plan to venture close to home or far away, take some precautions to promote good health throughout your journey. Before […]
At the age of 77, City of Hope cancer researcher Leslie Bernstein is still leading the pack with dramatic findings that are changing the way we think about and treat the disease. Dr. Leslie Bernstein is one of the most highly regarded and innovative breast cancer epidemiologists in the world today. The PhD has won […]
Morgan Schaening is on a mission to give young adults opportunities to connect with each other, the world and—most importantly—themselves.
Discover five solid holiday dining options in the San Fernando Valley, all geared toward either Christmas Eve or New Year’s Eve. Christmas Eve Morton’s The Steakhouse (Woodland Hills) Morton’s The Steakhouse, a Warner Center outpost of the meaty upscale chain, is serving their regular menu from 4 to 9 p.m. That means you can […]
Phillip Frankland Lee and wife Margarita took plant-based cooking to new heights at The Gadarene Swine in Studio City, but they had to close their restaurant on July 2.