DIY No Sew Face Masks

The latest news: The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is recommending now that people wear face coverings whenever they go out in public. ...

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Easter Pastels

With the onset of spring comes a whole new color palette and shades that are not only perfect for the gentle transition of seasons but ...

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Updating Passover Traditions

Passover this year, likely celebrated virtually with far flung relatives, will still be steeped in traditions old and new. Like, when I was growing up, ...

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The Game Changers

AS A NUTRITIONIST WHO HAS LONG followed a healthy lifestyle approach to eating, I’ve always believed in a balanced diet with organic chicken, grass-fed meat, ...

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Ready…Set…Read!

As we are holed up at home, waiting out the coronavirus pandemic, we are looking for ways to keep busy. Much talked about projects are ...

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At-home facials

We’ve got one of the best ways to pass the #stayathome time. That is when you’re not working, cleaning up after everyone, monitoring online school ...

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Language to Talk About Coronavirus With Kids

At every waking moment, it seems that we can’t escape hearing about Coronavirus. Every media outlet talks non-stop about COVID-19. So it’s no wonder that ...

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Art at Bergamot Station

Santa Monica’s 5-acre Bergamot Station is home to a thriving community of fine art galleries and creative arts spaces. Celebrating its 25th year, they are ...

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Trend: Leather Jackets

Trend: Leather Jackets A light or faux leather jacket is the coolest look for those chilly spring nights Faux Fur Collar Look for a wow-color like navy blue ...

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Streaming It All In

Television has transformed into a mere monitor for streaming services rich with programming for almost every fan. In other words, TV has come a long ...

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Restaurants at Your Service

With COVID-19 fears making dining out undo-able for the near future, many area restaurants are thankfully safely still serving our communities with takeout and delivery ...

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No Tech Neck

We are mindful of protecting our face—from the sun, from wrinkles, from aging and more. While some of us understand the need to care for ...

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The Donum Estate in Sonoma County

To the ordinary wine drinker, a glass of red pairs most naturally with a fine cheese. At the Donum Estate in Sonoma County, however, the ...

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Spring Prep for a Summer Garden

AS WINTER FADES INTO SPRING, gardeners can’t wait to get busy in the garden. Pruning, cutting back perennials and ornamental grasses and preparing the garden ...

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The Biggest Little Farm

MY DESIRE TO BUY EGGS FROM APRICOT LANE Farms has reached a feverish pitch. Theirs are well known as some of the best and freshest ...

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Photograph by Dustin Jack

Music Legends

Above photograph by Dustin Jack Responsible for the melodic timeline of our lives, these rock ‘n’ roll legends—many are local residents—are creating more magic for the ...

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On Set with Spring Trends

Runways are the epitome of a fashion stage. But the runways of entertainment—red carpets, celebrity events, movies and television shows are where we really see ...

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Datebook March | April 2020

Datebook for March | April 2020 What’s happening in the neighborhood. From concerts to shows to wine tastings, community legal symposiums, pop-up dinners and more, here’s ...

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L.A. Love & Leashes

LOVE & LEASHES LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA L.A. Love & Leashes celebrated its grand opening of a new storefront at Westfield Century City to a crowd ...

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Getting Comfortable With Less

DECLUTTERING, A MAJOR BUZZ WORD even before the craze of organizer Marie Kondo, is an important process in any home. And it’s often not just ...

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