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A DAY IN MALIBU WITH ROCKPORT SHOES

This post is sponsored by Rockport. While I’ve been traveling in their boots for awhile (style + comfort = win win), I’ve teamed up with Rockport to rock a few different pairs of their shoes on adventures like the one below! — I love Malibu. It’s the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles — and I escape to Malibu a lot. At about 40 minutes from LA (depending where

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HOW TO HAVE A PERFECT EVENING IN DOWNTOWN LAs ARTS DISTRICT (FT. ROCKPORT SHOES)

Arts District Los Angeles Things To Do

This post is sponsored by Rockport. While I’ve been traveling in their boots for awhile (style + comfort = win win), I’ve teamed up with Rockport to rock a few different pairs of their shoes on adventures like the one below! — Located in a revived industrial zone of Downtown Los Angeles, the Arts District has quickly become the city’s coolest neighborhood. I’ve been coming here for the past six years,

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THE BEST BREWERIES IN LOS ANGELES (HOW TO TAKE A SELF-GUIDED BREWERY TOUR IN DOWNTOWN LA)

Best Breweries In Los Angeles - Brewery Tours Los Angeles

When it comes to cities in California with great craft beer scenes, Los Angeles has long been overshadowed by San Diego to the south and San Francisco to the north. Luckily, that’s changing — and fast! Los Angeles breweries are finally stepping up to the plate, and to make all our lives easier, they’re doing it within walking distance of one and other in Downtown Los Angeles. That’s right, a

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HOTEL REPORT: KORAKIA PENSIONE (PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA)

In each installment of Hotel Report, I profile a hotel that I’ve personally enjoyed and think you’ll enjoy too. Here, you’ll find the need-to-know info, insider tips and photos that’ll help you have a perfect stay of your own. REASONS TO STAY You live in Southern California and want a simple, quiet and romantic weekend away from home. Most of all, you want to stay somewhere that’s off the beaten path and away from

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HOTEL REPORT: THE CHARLIE (WEST HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA)

In each installment of Hotel Report, I profile a hotel that I’ve personally enjoyed and think you’ll enjoy too. Here, you’ll find the need-to-know info, insider tips and photos that’ll help you have a perfect stay of your own. REASONS TO STAY You’re visiting Los Angeles and want to stay someplace memorable, private, yet centrally located to the best the city has to offer. -OR- You’re a LA local looking for the perfect spot

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VIDEO: EXPLORING LA’S THAI TOWN WITH FOOD NETWORK PERSONALITY JET TILA

Home to the largest population of Thais outside of Thailand, Los Angeles is known as Thailand’s 78th province. It’s also home to the only officially recognized Thai Town in America (located in East Hollywood along a six-block stretch of Hollywood Blvd between Normandie and Western Avenues). And with tens of thousands of Thais in Los Angeles, it’s no surprise that LA is one of the best places in the world,

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HOTEL REPORT: HOTEL COVELL, LAs COOLEST (AND SMALLEST) NEW HOTEL

In each installment of Hotel Report, I profile a hotel that I’ve personally enjoyed and think you’ll enjoy too. Here, you’ll find the need-to-know info, insider tips and photos that’ll help you have a perfect stay of your own. REASONS TO STAY You live in Southern California and want a simple, quiet and romantic weekend away from home. Most of all, you want to stay somewhere that’s off the beaten path and away from Palm

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SHOP EAT DRINK: LA’S DOWNTOWN ARTS DISTRICT (VIDEO)

Located in the south eastern part of Downtown Los Angeles, the Arts District is the city’s newest capital of cool (move over Venice). But the Arts District has come a long way to claim its spot as LA’s emerging “it” neighborhood. From the largest wine producing vineyard in California (1830s), to citrus groves (end of the 19th century), to booming industrial zone (World War II), to industrial wasteland (1950s-60s), to

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