Who needs the albatross of a 15,000-square-foot Bel Air mansion hanging over your head? Not Hugh Hefner's ex-girlfriend.
There are neighborhood meditation groups springing up all over, offering the opportunity for a unique and often profound connection among friends, neighbors and, yes, strangers.
Access to Trestles, one of North America's most celebrated waves, is under threat due to safety and environmental concerns.
If a city has a way of raising money to support its schools and sustainability education, a city ought to do it. That's our position. Do something. That's our motto.
No man is an island. Surely you want to be linked up with neighbors in case of emergencies like earthquakes and fires. That way, when the crisis is over, you can return to your hermetic ways in one piece.
Alienation and rootlessness are so deeply ingrained in Angelenos' psyches -- partly because so many of us are transplants -- as to be almost a badge of honor.
These are my pictures from a trip down Venice Boulevard.
The Huffington Post Investigative Fund would like to shine a light on real estate schemes going on around the country. We're looking for your tips and stories to help us investigate.
Jim Stevenson took photos on a Sunday afternoon in LA's Runyon Canyon Park.
Solar Paneling the Hollywood Sign struck me as a beautiful, artful, symbolically powerful idea -- what I call in my line of work a 'productive game'
Living with an outdated decor or in rooms that are bleak is not the solution to weathering tough times. Here are a few suggestions to liven up your space no matter what your budget might be.
We will come out of this economic mess, but the environment does not need to be on hold. At least for the time being, we should incentivize the heck out of people's buying decisions.
Today I'm sitting at my desk trying to help one client decide between butternut or alder cabinets in the kitchen and sandstone or soapstone on the cou...
People can come and tour the house to see how beautiful, but also how possible it is to live green.