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Natural Disasters – Tips for Homeowners

As of the writing of this post – an estimated 30,000 to 40,000 homes have been destroyed in the Houston area as a result of Hurricane Harvey, the deadly tropical storm that just won’t let up and continues to pummel the Gulf Coast with torrential rains, flooding and wind gusts that have been measured as … Continued

Nobody Walks in LA…We Beg to Differ

There’s a solid misconception about Los Angelenos – that was only further reinforced by an 80’s hit (from the LA-based band, Missing Persons), that  “nobody walks in L.A.“.  When sizing up our own listings, and the areas of Los Angeles that The Sunset Team specialize in, we beg to differ.   It really comes down to the classic real-estate aphorism when … Continued

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4th of July in LA? Something for Everybody

When you live in Los Angeles – the second-most populous city in the United States –  finding something to do on the 4th isn’t the challenge.  The challenge?  Narrowing down all the options!  Even if you haven’t made your plans yet – check out this comprehensive list of activities, from old-fashioned parades and picnics, to … Continued

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Same Bat Time, Same Bat Channel

If you were a kid in 60’s, you were probably glued to the television twice a week to watch Batman, portrayed by Adam West, respond without fail to the Bat Signal. Los Angeles honored the late icon on Thursday evening. Check out the photos and videos in this article for a big hit of nostalgia. … Continued

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Weho Park Improvements

WEHO PARK IMPROVEMENTS Something big is happening behind all those construction barriers at West Hollywood Park. Check out this “fly through” video that provides a sneak peek at the future Aquatic and Recreation Center, which will be the major feature of the park. It’s going to take about three years to complete, but it looks … Continued

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Not Just A Pretty Face

You need not be an interior designer to enter the Pacific Design Center. Residents and visitors can shop there, though some showrooms are trade-only. The Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) has a satellite gallery – look for the beige concrete cube – across the street from West Hollywood Park. Wolfgang Puck offers restaurants … Continued

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Take A Break

You already know it’s true, so don’t be modest: The part of the world you call home happens to be what people all around the globe call a vacation destination. Within three hours of drive time, you can find temporary refuge on an inviting beach, sip your fill among vineyards, luxe up at an impeccable … Continued

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“May Daze” at LAX

LAX has begun a massive project to improve its facilities and efficiency, but because the world’s fourth-largest airport can’t exactly shut down for remodeling it is giving passengers a heads-up now about what to expect during the renovations.   The major changes happen the nights of May 12, 14, and 16, when about a third … Continued