Life Is Like Riding A Bicycle

Life Is Like Riding A Bicycle…

…To keep your balance you must keep moving. ~ Albert Einstein letter to his son Eduard, 1930. If that’s too profound for this time of day, then just get out there and literally bike. Here’s a list of great rides in the LA area. — #thesunsetteam #redefiningrealestate #realestate #luxuryhomesforsale #westhollywood #beverlygrove #hollywoodhills #biking #labikepaths

drought be gone

Drought Be Gone

Governor Jerry Brown made the official announcement to end the state of emergency for California’s drought on Friday, according to the LA Times. Excepting a handful of counties in the San Joaquin Valley, which are still suffering from dried-up wells, the drought crisis has passed. Extreme drought conditions were entirely erased from the state map … Continued

Eco Garden

Eco Garden

The City of West Hollywood has partnered with West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin) to install an ocean-friendly demonstration garden in the median of Santa Monica Boulevard, east of North Doheny Drive. The garden was designed with ecological principles and water conservation in mind using water-efficient plants, native to California, that showcase the beauty … Continued

Friday Freeday

Friday Freeday

Parking meter regulations in West Hollywood will be suspended on Friday, March 31, in observance of César Chávez Day. Permit parking and all other parking regulations will be enforced as usual.   Visitor permits will be available at the Kings Road Municipal Parking Structure, located at 8383 Santa Monica Blvd. at Kings Road and at … Continued

Here, There, Everywhere

Here, There, Everywhere

Los Angeles is chock full of farmers markets. Some are known to all (hi, Santa Monica), while others are hidden gems. Now that the weather—yeah, it’s still weird that we had weather this year—is warming up, it’s prime time for farmers markets. Here’s where and when you can find them. — #thesunsetteam #redefiningrealestate #realestate #westhollywood … Continued

let it rain (some more)

LET IT RAIN (Don’t Complain :-)

Perhaps you thought we were done with the rain, what with temperatures reaching the 90s in parts of the greater L.A. area last week. Well, it looks like that’s far from being the case, as three storm systems are slated to land in L.A. this week. Check out the current weather report here. — #thesunsetteam … Continued

Day-Tripping

Day-Tripping

Even though Los Angeles proper is home to an insane amount of amazing cultural experiences, eating opportunities, and natural wonders, everyone needs to get the hell out of dodge. We’re spoiled to live in Southern California in close proximity to badass destinations like Joshua Tree, Santa Barbara, and Big Bear. Here are five less-obvious day … Continued

Local Architecture

Local Architecture

The burnished splendor of Art Deco. The clean grace of Modernism. When it comes to architecture, our city is a wonderland. See some beauties at “A Guide to the 100 Stunning Architectural Gems of L.A”. Then check out architecturally stunning homes for sale by clicking on Our Exclusive Listings above. — #thesunsetteam #redefiningrealestate #realestate #westhollywood #beverlygrove … Continued

For Those Who Have (Done) Everything

For Those Who Have (Done) Everything

Urban explorers. History nerds. Devoted Angelenos. You know who you are. You’ve been around the block enough to have blitzed through many of the things every Angeleno should do at least once, and you’re ready to get off the beaten path and take it to the next level. Here’s a list to get you going. … Continued

Pope Of Broadway

Pope of Broadway

Community members—including Councilmember José Huizar, muralist Eloy Torrez, and actor Edward James Olmos—gathered this week to celebrate the restoration of the legendary “Pope of Broadway” mural. The 70-foot-tall piece, painted by Torrez in 1985, depicts actor and two-time Academy Award winner Anthony Quinn, who was born in Mexico and raised in East Los Angeles. Councilmember … Continued