Revtown – Find your perfect jean fit with a few clicks

A little over a year since the pandemic shut down in California and I have finally transitioned from my pandemic pants (sweats) to jeans thanks to Revtown USA. A digital tailor helps you create the perfect fit online. Pick your color (Everyday Indigo for me), your fit (Skinny Jeans for me), your body shape, then answer a few questions about your height, weight, and jean … Continue reading Revtown – Find your perfect jean fit with a few clicks

Interview with Emanuele Ponzo of Crateful Catering

Crateful Catering and meal delivery service, founded by Emanuele Ponzo, comes with quite the backstory. Emanuele pivoted from being a world-class athlete to building a multi-million dollar business. Crateful Catering known as Crateful offers indulgent menus for luxury and corporate clients created by celebrity chefs with an emphasis on healthy ingredients and nutritional value.   Crateful boasts luxury and celeb clients such as Paris Hilton, … Continue reading Interview with Emanuele Ponzo of Crateful Catering

Clink glasses at home this Awards Season with one of these red carpet cocktails

Send a virtual toast to the stars this Awards Season with one of these winners. While you may not be stomping from one awards party to the next in 2021, celebrate by dressing up at home in your finest red carpet style garb and clink glasses with one of these Absolute Vodka cocktails. Absolut Gold Ingredients: 1 Part Absolut Original .5 Parts Peach Liqueur  .5 … Continue reading Clink glasses at home this Awards Season with one of these red carpet cocktails

The Best Card Rooms in LA

Card rooms are very popular in Los Angeles County. This is mainly because California has very specific rules about what’s allowed in terms of gaming. This includes Native American casinos in reservations, the state’s lottery, certain sports betting, and card rooms. Since there are no Native American reservations within LA, card rooms have become the primary entertainment for many gamblers. So, let’s check out some of the best card … Continue reading The Best Card Rooms in LA

Treat yourself or your Valentine

During the pandemic we all need a little self-care to get us through these days of uncertainty, so surprise your loved one (or buy it for yourself) this Valentine’s Day with a little pick me up to show them they are loved. A small token of appreciation goes a long way – whether it’s a box of homemade scones or a stylish chapeau. Here’s the … Continue reading Treat yourself or your Valentine

Pandemic fashion – a stylish hat from Heron and Pine

The pandemic has most of us in LA living in sweats, only leaving the house to grab takeout. But on the chance you want to spruce things up a bit, like say when you go to the grocery store, a hat is one of your only stylish options.  Pair with jeans, a long skirt, or even sweats, a Heron and Pine hat made from 100% … Continue reading Pandemic fashion – a stylish hat from Heron and Pine

Pro Safety Beauty Summit

“Better Safety, Better Work” is the motto of this year’s first beauty industry summit. Due to the pandemic a shift must occur in many businesses, and with this online virtual summit, the beauty experts will share the most up-to-date safety products and protocols. Get an education on best practices, safety measures, and employee protocals to ensure confidence and profitability in a changing world. The Pro … Continue reading Pro Safety Beauty Summit

A Pair of Holiday Cocktails to Celebrate Surviving 2020

Enough downer stuff has been written about the year 2020, so I’d like to accentuate the positive. For starters, it’s almost over. And if you’re reading this, congratulations, that means unlike hundreds of thousands of our loved ones, you survived it. This is cause for celebration.  And there is much to celebrate besides our continued existence, there’s the fact that a vaccine is on the … Continue reading A Pair of Holiday Cocktails to Celebrate Surviving 2020

Tiato Kitchen and Garden: Paradise’s Patio

As the pandemic rages on, I feel an urgency to help support our most cherished dining establishments. The chain restaurants and their parent companies may take a hit to their stock price, but they’ll weather the storm. In the meantime, local eateries are just trying to tread water amid the latest wave — the second or third depending on how you’re counting — finding new … Continue reading Tiato Kitchen and Garden: Paradise’s Patio