Debbie Durkin’s Eco-Luxe “Endless Summer” draws crowds at the Beverly Hilton

Debbie Durkin’s EcoLuxe “Endless Summer” (and COVID-safe!) Luxury Experience honored Primetime TV Award Nominees over the weekend at The Beverly Hilton’s outdoor “Wilshire Garden” in Beverly Hills, CA. Getty Images snapped stars on the green carpet. Guests mingled outside over a buffet brunch and pizza oven where guests could learn how to sling pizzas in many varieties thanks to Hilton Chef Matthew. A dessert bar included churros dipped in … Continue reading Debbie Durkin’s Eco-Luxe “Endless Summer” draws crowds at the Beverly Hilton

Channel Islands, like nowhere else on earth

The Channel Islands have piqued my interest for over a decade as I look at Catalina Island (one of the 8 Channel Islands) from our Malibu pad. During the pandemic we discovered the lesser known idyllic Two Harbors on Catalina where a stay at rustic Banning House Lodge made me long for my tranquil New England homeland. But these other unfamiliar islands we yearned to … Continue reading Channel Islands, like nowhere else on earth

Get to know Torrance, California

Sandwiched between Redondo Beach and Palos Verdes, many people don’t realize that Torrance, California has an incredible food and craft beer scene. One of the largest Japanese populations outside of Hawaii in America exists here too influencing the cuisine in major ways. Just 10 miles from LAX and 17 miles north of Long Beach Airport, Torrance is the place to enjoy your hops in your flip flops! … Continue reading Get to know Torrance, California

Fall for autumn with these seasonal products

Fall 2021 is here! You may not live in a location where the leaves change color, but you can recreate a fall feeling just about anywhere in your own home. Get cozy with these autumnal products. Decocrated Fall Home Decor Box For those that may not be so creative with home décor or just don’t have the time to source cool finds to spruce up … Continue reading Fall for autumn with these seasonal products

Ode to LA: Lacoste Shows Support for Uncle Paulie’s Deli; LA Businesses 

Los Angeles is a place like no other. What other oceanfront city has a mountain range running through the middle of it? It’s Hollywood — the entertainment capital of the world, as well as a Mecca of food and fashion. It features the greatest inter-city collegiate rivalry, with USC and UCLA. It’s home to the Dodgers and Lakers, and after a long drought with no … Continue reading Ode to LA: Lacoste Shows Support for Uncle Paulie’s Deli; LA Businesses 

5 Top-Rated Tattoo Parlors and Tips for Getting a Tattoo in LA

Whether you’re a native Angeleno or you’re headed there for a day trip, you’ll likely see plenty of people around the city showing off their incredible ink. If you want to join the ranks of the adorned SoCal population, there are plenty of amazing artists and studios ready to give you the celebrity treatment. Here are a few of the top-rated LA tattoo parlors to … Continue reading 5 Top-Rated Tattoo Parlors and Tips for Getting a Tattoo in LA

New restaurants in LA to put on your radar

New restaurants seem to be sprouting in LA at a shocking pace. We are all so ready to dine out and feel some semblance of culture because that is why most of us live in LA, right? This list includes new openings, new menu offerings at some familiar places, and old spots we think you should consider that may be new to you. Plan your … Continue reading New restaurants in LA to put on your radar

4 Seasonal LA Weather Tips If You’re New to the LA Area

Moving somewhere new is an adventure, especially if you’ve never been there before or have no idea what to expect of the place. Los Angeles, California, is well-known for being a tourist attraction and a city with so much to offer everyone who sets foot in it. Over 13 million people live in the Los Angeles area, proving that it’s more than just a destination … Continue reading 4 Seasonal LA Weather Tips If You’re New to the LA Area