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Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

Sofitel Los Angeles turns the light out on global warming

On the heels of a successful Earth Hour event on Saturday, March 28, Sofitel Los Angeles has announced plans to extend the practice of turning the lights off each night for the rest of the year. This “lights out” ritual will be done as a continuation of the effort to raise awareness of the importance

Thursday, December 25th, 2008

Just in time for New Year’s Eve :: Golden Star Sparkling Tea

There will be no whining from the designated drivers if you have Golden Star’s White Jasmine Sparkling Tea on hand. I first discovered this boutique beverage at last year’s Fancy Food Show and had chosen it as...

Friday, October 24th, 2008

Madeleine Albright With Shams Ensemble

Yesterday on KTLA Channel 9 in Los Angeles, Madeleine Albright spoke about her new book Memo to the President Elect: How We Can Restore America’s Reputation and Leadershipp she spoke about communication and partnerships as one of...

Monday, July 7th, 2008

Crawling Down Cahuenga: Tom Waits’ Los Angeles

If you can’t catch one of Tom Waits’ concerts this summer, you can still get an exclusive peak into his mysterious past and relive all of his shenanigans and adventures in Los Angeles- without the risk of...

Monday, July 7th, 2008

Beverly Hills’ Trendiest Vodka Bar Rolls Your Way

Looking for a trendy new place to have a cool cocktail this summer? We found it. But you can’t actually go there; it comes to you! Nic’s of Beverly Hills owner Larry Nicola has created the new...

Wednesday, July 2nd, 2008

Siteseeing in America’s Big Cities? Save Time AND Money with a CityPass

A visit to a major museum or historical site in New York, Boston, L.A., or any other one of America’s cultural hotspots can always be divided into two categories: the time you wait to buy a ticket,...

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