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HIKING MT. BALDY: VIDEO & PHOTO ESSAY

Hike Mt Baldy | Hiking Mount Baldy | Devil's Backbone

Living in a big city can leave you craving the wilderness. At least that’s been the case for me recently. As a resident of Los Angeles, it’s not too tricky to get a regular, be it small, dose of nature courtesy of a variety of hiking trails scattered throughout the city. But soon enough, hikes up into the nearby hills with views of the skyline and well maintained paths (often times

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[VLOG] WHERE TO TASTE WINE IN MALIBU

Malibu Wine Tasting

When it comes to wine in California, the state’s northern wine regions, home to Napa and Sonoma, often steal the thunder. But California is home to a variety of different wine regions, the least known of which is arguably Malibu. That’s right, Malibu is home to much more than beaches, bikini babes and billionaires. So while visiting Malibu a few weeks ago to do research for another travel video, I swung

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[VIDEO] LA’S VIRTUALLY UNKNOWN STREET FOOD PARADISE

Pinata District Los Angeles

Downtown LA’s Piñata District has surprises at every turn with delicious Salvadorian and Mexican street food, mountains of unusual candy, loud music, and of course, the most creative, original and strange piñatas you can imagine. Los Angeles is known for its food trucks. In fact, you could say the city pioneered the mobile food industry which has since exploded into a national craze filled with gourmet offerings. Now don’t get

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[VIDEO] FLYING MEMBERS ONLY AIRLINE, SURF AIR

Surf Air Members Only Airline

Flying can be difficult. It’s a cold hard fact. The process begins with parking in a lot and boarding an airport shuttle or paying a taxi to drop you off. Once inside, you’re often met with long security lines, crowded terminals and the never ending hunt for an outlet to charge your dying iPhone. Then you board the plane, squeeze into your seat and wait until it’s your turn to take off.

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PERFECT DAY: NEWPORT BECH

Things to Do - Newport Beach - Trevor Morrow Travel

Whether you’re traveling along the Pacific Coast Highway on a west coast road trip or you live in Southern California and need a staycation, a day in Newport Beach will never disappoint. Located approximately one-hour by car from Los Angeles (depending on traffic), this beachside haven located in Orange County is full of enough food, fun and sun to keep you satisfied for months. But considering you probably can’t pick

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THE ROADERY (MOTORCYCLE TOURS OF THE AMERICAN WEST)

The Roadery Motorcycle Tours

Cruising the open road on a motorcycle. It’s the dream of many men but one realized by so few. Ever since you saw The Motorcycle Diaries you’ve been thinking about buying a beat up motorcycle and setting off on an epic cross-continent journey, and who knows, maybe starting a revolution. But you know, life gets in the way and cross-continent journeys and revolutions get put on hold. The good news is, there’s now a

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THE WHALING CLUB (LA’S SECRET COCKTAIL PARTY)

LA's Secret Cocktail Party

It’s been too long — you need a really good cocktail. Scratch that, three really good cocktails. It’s also been too long since you had those cocktails with a small group of strangers at a private party in a Los Angeles apartment. Wait, you’ve never done that? Now you can. Welcome to The Whaling Club, an intimate cocktail party serving up a three drink tasting menu hosted by Dan Scott, an ex-New York City bartender,

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PERFECT DAY: FOOD & FUN IN HERMOSA & MANHATTAN BEACH

Perfect Day Hermosa Beach Manhattan Beach Featured

Summer should be filled with perfect days, so here’s one to get you started. Just head for the California coast and get ready for a taste of the SoCal beach life (and for the taste of burritos and ice cream sandwiches). Just a 15-30 minute drive (depending on traffic) from Los Angeles International Airport, you’ll hit Hermosa Beach, a laid-back community with a lively downtown and the starting point for

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