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Sommelier Edgar Poureshagh Talks About Starting Your Own Wine Cellar

Sommelier Edgar Poureshagh Talks About Starting Your Own Wine Cellar

| April 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

In Southern California, we are becoming more and more wine savvy every day. As you start to enjoy wines and really delve into what you like, developing a wine cellar might be a natural extension of your culinary pursuits. Here are six tips to ensure that your investment doesn’t turn into expensive salad dressing (vinegar).

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Le Pain Quotidien on Larchmont Boulevard Adds a Patio

Le Pain Quotidien on Larchmont Boulevard Adds a Patio

| September 17, 2012 | 1 Comment

One of the things we love about Le Pain Quotidien is the variety of seating spaces available to choose from – there’s really something for whatever mood you are in. [Read more…]

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The Design Story Behind the Scottish Rite Temple on Wilshire

The Design Story Behind the Scottish Rite Temple on Wilshire

| September 16, 2012 | 3 Comments

The looming fortress that is the Scottish Rite Masonic Temple on Wilshire Blvd in Hancock Park was featured in a story this week on CurbedLA and is well worth a read. ..[Read more.]

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Celebs Shopping in the ‘Hood

Celebs Shopping in the ‘Hood

| September 10, 2012 | 0 Comments

We think it’s always fun to share with family and friend that celebs shop where you shop. Sharon Stone was at Yogurtland on 3rd and LaBrea last week.

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Larchmont Larder Closes Shop

Larchmont Larder Closes Shop

| September 8, 2012 | 1 Comment

The Larchmont Larder, our lovely neighborhood go-to spot for to-go meals, quietly closed shop just prior to the Labor Day weekend, much to the dismay of many local Hancock Park residents.

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Candy Emporium Coming to the Farmers Market

Candy Emporium Coming to the Farmers Market

| September 4, 2012 | 0 Comments

Be forewarned if you head to the Original Farmer’s Market with a child in tow: Dylan’s Candy Bar is open….[Read more.]

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