LA Beach Cities Modern Home Tour What do you think when you hear the term “modern home?” What do you feel? What visuals, temperature, textures, auditory senses are conjured? I’ll tell you what I used to think: bland, cold, stern, … continue reading . . .
We took a road trip on route 66 headed for Santa Fe New Mexico. We wanted to see for ourselves what the City Different was all about. I have to tell you we fell hard and I’m not just saying … continue reading . . .
The Frank Lloyd Wright masterpiece, Hollyhock House, reopened on Friday, February 13th, 2015, after a 3 year long restoration project. We enlisted the help of several contractors and home renovation specialists through the build, and worked with external suppliers to … continue reading . . .
The @Large: Ai Weiwei on Alcatraz exhibit is an inspirational, uplifting show of color, light and even whimsy, with a profound depth and thought provoking message. There are several parts to the exhibit, located in four main areas of the … continue reading . . .
Ever been to a Sprout Cutting? It’s Lyfe Kitchen’s take on a Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. Pictured here are snaps from the Sprout Cutting at the official opening of the newest store in Valencia. Lyfe Kitchens are literally sprouting … continue reading . . .
Hotel With Rat Pack Past Gets New Glamor And Tech For Today’s Guests. Sportmen’s Lodge Hotel is undergoing a multi-million dollar renovation. This episode of California Living takes you inside the landmark property for a sneak peek at what’s to … continue reading . . .
Paris: Alternative Things To Do For Tourists Visiting The City Of Lights This Year My Top “Off The Beaten Path” Paris Attractions Whenever I recommend things to see and do at a particular destination that I know well, I guide … continue reading . . .
Heritage Square Museum Virtual Visit on California Living Step back in time as you pass through the gates at Heritage Square Museum. It’s unlike any other museum I’ve ever seen. The collection on display is a small street full of … continue reading . . .