Logo

Archive for the ‘Hollywood’ Category

The Best Events & Things to Do in Los Angeles This Weekend

Happy June! Here’s a quick guide of the best events and things to do going on in Los Angeles this weekend. What are your weekend plans?

Read more…


Hollywood Bowl’s 2019 Schedule & the Bowl’s 5 or More Deal

The Hollywood Bowl’s complete summer calendar plus information on how you can score a free ticket when you create your own season with 5 or more purchased tickets. Purchase 10 tickets? Yes, that means you will receive two free tickets to the show of your choice. You can read more about the Bowl’s awesome create your own season deal here.

There are still a few things to note: the sixth show has to happen on a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Sunday. And, in better news, those individual per-ticket fees have transformed into “one low fee” to buy more tickets en masse. It’s always nice to avoid paying several of the ticket fees.

Which shows are you planning on attending at this year’s sizzling Hollywood Bowl summer schedule? Vampire Weekend? Hootie and the Blowfish? Heart? Tony Bennett?

Read more…


Cozy Spanish-Style Home in the Heart of Hollywood – 7212 Willoughby Ave

This updated Spanish-style home is a demure beauty. Stylish yet refined, chic yet not showy. 7212 Willoughby Avenue is a crisp and contemporary offering in the heart of Hollywood, just a stone’s throw from West Hollywood and all the shops and restaurants and hotspots stationed there.

Read more…


💌✨ The Best New Year’s Eve 2019 Dinners in Los Angeles

Restaurants across Los Angeles are ringing in the new year with masquerade balls, live music, quiet low-lit evenings, lavish feasts, and thousands of flowing bottles of champagne. No matter your neighborhood, choice of cuisine, noise level, budget, or poison, the restaurants on this list will help you welcome 2019 with some of the finest food our culinary destinations have to offer.

Read on for the best places in L.A. to dine on New Year’s Eve and ring in 2019.

Read more…


The Best Events in Los Angeles This December 2018

It’s December in Los Angeles, which means a bevy of holiday events, festivals, and shopping. Check out some of the best events and things to do during this chilly month of winter. Happy holidays!

Read more…


Mid-Century Modern Classic in the Cahuenga Pass – 3409 Oak Glen Drive

This mid-century modern post and beam classic is on the market for just the second time ever. Preserved and intact, the home by noted architect A.H. Galpert is a prime example of the mid-century USC School of Architecture aesthetic that was being taught at the time.

Open House: Saturday, October 6 2-5pm

Read more…


The Legendary El Cabrillo Courtyard Complex in Hollywood – 1838 Grace Ave

A rare unit has opened up in the famed and historic El Cabrillo courtyard complex in Hollywood. Set just below Franklin Blvd., the 10 unit El Cabrillo was originally commissioned by Cecile B. DeMille. DeMille originally built it to house Broadway stage actors moving to Los Angeles to work in sound films. The location was chosen so that it was at the foot of Whitley Heights and DeMille’s studio, which was then Hollywood’s premier address, where Chaplin and Valentino had houses.

Read more…


1920s Hollywood Bungalow – 6206 Banner Ave # 1

This lovely 1920s bungalow is located in the heart of Hollywood in a private eight-unit garden complex that boasts a lush shared courtyard. 6206 Banner Avenue #1 is a relaxing and peaceful property near all the best Hollywood has to offer.

Read more…


Nancy Silverton’s Chopped Salad Goes National – Recipe

Nancy Silverton Photo by Daniel Zuchnik/Getty Images for NYCWFF

If you’ve ever been to Pizzeria Mozza, chances are on your way to those delicious pizzas you started with “Nancy’s Chopped Salad.” Nancy Silverton’s chopped salad has been a staple on her world famous restaurant’s menu for decades. In her cookbook from 2011, The Mozza Cookbook, she notes that she’s been perfecting the chopped salad since the 1970s, and you better believe the version from her Melrose outpost is near perfect. Silverton has now partnered with upscale salad chain Sweetgreen to serve her salad in stores nationwide.

Along with the Sweetgreen collaboration, Silverton is also embarking on another new venture: the opening of her newest establishment, Triple Beam Pizza in Highland Park.

Perhaps the only Los Angeles salad that rivals Nancy’s in terms of renown is Wolfgang Puck’s Cobb Salad from Spago. Of course, Silverton’s famous chopped salad is no secret. You can make the salad at home with her cookbook’s recipe! The original recipe has a little bit of everything—radicchio, chickpeas, pepperoncini, provolone, and salami. And the vinaigrette is simple, refined, and the sort you’ll be dressing all of your salads with in the future.

Behold, Nancy Silverton’s chopped salad recipe!

Read more…


Celebrity Real Estate Review – February 2018

Take a closer look at a select and exclusive group of celebrity real estate deals including the purchases, sales, and listings of Jennifer Aniston, Harry Styles, Miley Cyrus, Whoopi Goldberg, Mel Gibson, Rose McGowan, Usher, and many more! Enjoy!

Read more…