Flying to Mexico for some fun in the sun at Playa del Carmen? Or maybe to Charlotte Amalie down on St. Thomas? Or to Lake Louise up in Canada? Or to Victoria Falls over in Africa? Or to Beverly Hills to spend a week with your rich uncle?
Unique and gorgeous, each has a theme, such as film noir, the golden age inspired by Marilyn Monroe, high-gloss 1970s glamour, a stylishly sophisticated view of the 1960s, and the birth of modern glamour.
LydiaEmily's new art show Bound opened at the Garboushian Gallery in Beverly Hills Saturday night to an overflow crowd of fans and supporters, including some wearing bandanas and braid wigs in tribute to the artist.
Are we're not talking pocket change. LA's failure to build the Subway to the Sea when it should and could have means it will now cost us billions of dollars more to bring the train to the Westwood VA rather than all the way to the Pacific Ocean. And that's if we are lucky.
Most of my clients don't want to leave something that important to chance, regardless of their status in society. So they seek reliable psychic advice. If you don't believe you deserve the best, you will never have it.
With the burgeoning trend of "Pocket Listings" -- the practice of not placing a home on the open market and using the agent to quietly test out market -- these properties are virtually invisible to most buyers and their agents.
We can only get married because millions of people took a stand to defend and protect us. The gay people of Brunei -- and Russia, and Uganda, and many other countries -- need us to take another stand today.
I understand that politics is a complicated game but, in the spirit of full disclosure and transparency, isn't it better to just say what these things are really all about? Wouldn't we be more trusting of our politicians? I may not like it but, quite frankly, I don't like this either.
I attended a preview party this morning for a birthday cake. Not just any cake, but an extraordinary larger-than-life one which will feed 15,000 people celebrating the 100th anniversary of the city of Beverly Hills at a block party on Sunday, April 27.
In Los Angeles there are essentially two reasons to do anything. The first is to accomplish something. The second is to be seen accomplishing something. This sounds simple, but it starts to get complicated.
E!'s phenomenon in the making, #RichKids of Beverly Hills, has been trending on every form of media known to man. The hashtag-inclusive title isn't just a nod to social media; it has become a staple in a generation that continues to advance conversational simplicity.