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The Wedding Industry after COVID-19

The Wedding Industry after COVID-19

As restrictions surrounding the coronavirus in Southern California are slowly lifted and we begin to return to regular day to day life what does this mean for the future of the wedding industry?  Recently the wedding industry has taken a huge blow due to the COVID-19...

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COVID-19 and the effects on the Construction Industry.

COVID-19 and the effects on the Construction Industry.

As the majority of the US has come to a grinding halt with many states imposing quarantine and stay at home measures, the construction industry continues to move forward. The construction industry in California has seen little change and continues to press on. Social...

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Save a Life! Cover Your Face.

Save a Life! Cover Your Face.

Face masks and face coverings have been the headline news lately and rightfully so, considering the current situation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic that is currently sweeping the globe. In the City of Los Angeles, mayor Eric Garcetti mandated that as of Friday,...

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LA’s Best Trick-or-Treating Guide by Neighborhood

LA’s Best Trick-or-Treating Guide by Neighborhood

LA’s Best Trick-or-Treating Guide by Neighborhood From the fabulous weather (no bulky coats to obscure costumes), and lots of houses in close proximity (mad candy loot for those short legs) to creative Hollywood types with over-the-top special effects that trick out...

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Is One Toilet For A Single Event Enough?

Is One Toilet For A Single Event Enough?

Is One Toilet For A Single Event Enough? It’s safe to say that winter is approaching and so are the festivities! Most would agree that this is the time for parties, festivities, holiday events, and work holiday parties! Planning the details of an event can...

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SANTA CLARITA EVENTS  OCTOBER 10 – NOVEMBER 8, 2018

SANTA CLARITA EVENTS OCTOBER 10 – NOVEMBER 8, 2018

SANTA CLARITA EVENTS OCTOBER 10 - NOVEMBER 8, 2018 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10 Gilchrist Farm Harvest Festival & Pumpkin... Celebrate the season at Gilchrist Farm's Harvest Festival and Pumpkin Patch, running Sept. 29 through Oct. 31! Weekdays Pony Rides and...

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BEST PUMPKIN PATCHES IN SOCAL 2018

BEST PUMPKIN PATCHES IN SOCAL 2018

Looking to pick out the perfect pumpkin? You're in the right place. Whether you're looking for a quaint patch where you can pick up your squash and go or a massive farm featuring family games, tractor rides and petting zoos, there are plenty of patches in...

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Halloween events & attractions in LA

Halloween events & attractions in LA

Not all Halloween events are hell-bent on scaring you straight. Sure, we’ve stocked our list of festive favorites with plenty of frights, but you’ll also find bar crawls, Halloween attractions and family-friendly festivals. Watch theaters stage spooky...

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Company Holiday Party Planning Checklist

Company Holiday Party Planning Checklist

In case you’ve decided to throw a last minute holiday party for your company, or, if you’re halfway through the party planning process and you want to make sure you’ve thought of everything, we have compiled a checklist of universal company holiday party...

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Los Angeles in September

Los Angeles in September

Things to Do in Los Angeles in September You'll have about 12 hours of daylight per day to explore Los Angeles in September. Besides the nicer weather, many of the most popular attractions get less crowded right after the Labor Day holiday. The kids go...

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Halloween events in Los Angeles for spooky fun

Halloween events in Los Angeles for spooky fun

Halloween events in Los Angeles for spooky fun Get in the Halloween spirit with these festive events in L.A., from family-friendly festivals to ghostly plays and tours Not all Halloween events are hell-bent on scaring you straight. Sure, we've stocked our...

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HOW TO PLAN A BADASS COMPANY HOLIDAY PARTY

HOW TO PLAN A BADASS COMPANY HOLIDAY PARTY

HOW TO PLAN A BADASS COMPANY HOLIDAY PARTY by Sabrina Son As a company on a mission to spread employee happiness, we practice what we preach. And one of our favorite ways to drive employee engagement, recognition, and celebration of our culture is by...

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8 Unique Features of a Restroom Trailer

8 Unique Features of a Restroom Trailer

8 Unique Features of a Restroom Trailer Let’s be honest, everyone loves the VIP treatment—especially when it’s least expected.  As an event planner, one of your unique responsibilities is seeking out opportunities that lack personal touch, creatively...

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50 Free Things to do in Los Angeles County

50 Free Things to do in Los Angeles County

1.    Cruise Mulholland Drive: One of the world’s most famous scenic drives, Mulholland winds from the Hollywood Hills, across the spine of the Santa Monica Mountains, and west towards the Pacific Ocean. More details. 2.    Check out PCH: Pacific Coast...

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10 Fun Things To Do TODAY in L.A. for July 25, 2018

10 Fun Things To Do TODAY in L.A. for July 25, 2018

1. [6 p.m.]   Liquid Intelligence will take over The Mixing Room from 6 to 7 p.m. for one hour of complimentary tastings of Angel City Brewery’s limited “Sunbather” release. FREE 2. [7 p.m.] Head to the Frogtown Brewery this Wednesday for Trivia...

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5 Best Places to Travel

5 Best Places to Travel

Best Places to Visit in the USA From coastlines to big cities, the United States is made up of so many diverse destinations that it's hard to decide which places deserve the distinction of the best in America. That's why U.S. News considered a variety of...

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The Top Instagrammable Places In Santa Clarita

The Top Instagrammable Places In Santa Clarita

With so many iconic spots in and around Santa Clarita, a trip here is sure to create memories that will last a lifetime. We all fondly remember the family vacations we took as kids but with today’s social media, memories can now be shared and preserved...

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Four Fast Facts for the Fourth of July

Four Fast Facts for the Fourth of July

Three things in life are guaranteed as a U.S. citizen: death, taxes and Independence Day celebrations. Written By Andrew Soergel, AS SURE AS THE SUN SETS and the moon rises, the Fourth of July rolls around every year as a 24-hour testament to American...

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Southern California Wedding Venues

Southern California Wedding Venues

Los Angeles Area You May not know about some of these venues! Malibu Rocky Oaks Where: 340 Kanan Rd Malibu, California Why: Make a bold statement with one of the most dramatic ceremony sites in California. Set high on a mountain in the Santa Monica...

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The Ultimate Pizza Crawl Through Northeast L.A.

The Ultimate Pizza Crawl Through Northeast L.A.

The Ultimate Pizza Crawl Through Northeast L.A. The 110 has no merge lanes—but it’s bordered by some good pizza joints The Historic Arroyo Seco Parkway is the oldest freeway in the West. The serpentine six-lane highway wends its way from Pasadena to downtown, with...

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13 Fun Things to do This May in Los Angeles (2018)

13 Fun Things to do This May in Los Angeles (2018)

1. A Night of Electronic Music at Union Station (May 18) A FREE Night of Electronic Music at Union Station in Downtown Los Angeles featuring Rival Consoles, underground mainstay John Tejada (Kompakt) and Tottie (Dublab) in collaboration with Decibel...

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Where to Find L.A.’s Most Instagrammed Walls IRL

Where to Find L.A.’s Most Instagrammed Walls IRL

Structural backdrops are very much a thing Chloe Lew Art 3 Comments It’s an essential truth to social media addicts: no urban adventure is complete until it has been documented for Instagram, preferably in front of a colorful wall for local flavor. Los Angeles is home...

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10 Jaw-Dropping Wedding Venues in Malibu

10 Jaw-Dropping Wedding Venues in Malibu

photo: Brian Saculles Photography For all soon-to-be wed couples who are sun-seeking, beach-loving, outdoorsies with a penchant for vineyards, wide-open spaces and hippie or high-end enclaves, Malibu, California is the perfect place for your dream wedding destination....

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Healthy Bride: 9 Month Bridal Boot Camp Plan 

Healthy Bride: 9 Month Bridal Boot Camp Plan 

9 Months Out: Eliminate Processed Foods At 9 months out from the wedding, it’s a good idea to focus on whole foods, and foods that come in the most natural state. The best way to do this is to eliminate as many processed foods from your diet as possible....

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The 10 Best Historic Sites to Visit in Los Angeles Area

The 10 Best Historic Sites to Visit in Los Angeles Area

The 10 Best Historic Sites to Visit in L.A. POSTED BY Jayme in Upland, CA Take in some beautiful scenery while learning about the vibrant history of L.A with a visit to one of these historic sites. Image via Facebook/The Gamble House Los Angeles is a city rich in...

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The 16 Hottest Restaurants in LA Right Now

The 16 Hottest Restaurants in LA Right Now

Source: Eater Los Angeles 1 majordōmo David Chang of Momofuku has finally opened in Los Angeles after many years of anticipation and waiting. This off the beaten path location in northern Chinatown belies the excellent Asian and Korean-inspired food coming from the...

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12 Of The Coolest Public Bathrooms In Los Angeles

12 Of The Coolest Public Bathrooms In Los Angeles

BY JULIET BENNETT RYLAH IN ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT While most public restrooms are for simply getting in and getting out, there are a few in Los Angeles that offer innovative and fun features that make it worth spending some extra time in the loo. Some...

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Where was the first flush toilet invented?

Where was the first flush toilet invented?

Where was the first flush toilet invented? Who was the inventor? The centerpiece of today’s modern bathroom, the flush toilet has equal roots in ancient sanitation practices, Elizabethan politics and Industrial Revolution know-how. Primitive latrines that...

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Mountain Trails in LA

Mountain Trails in LA

SANTA MONICA MOUNTAINS Rounded, rolling hills and low mountains nestled near the Pacific Coast and stretching into Hollywood. Trails here generally have lower elevation gains than the San Gabriels, and are less shaded. Here, you’ll find large swaths of...

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Best Offbeat Adventures for L.A. History Buffs

Best Offbeat Adventures for L.A. History Buffs

Danny Liao Best Offbeat Adventures for L.A. History Buffs LA WEEKLY | NOVEMBER 8, 2017 | 5:37AM | Danny Liao Who says Los Angeles doesn't have any history? It's an oft-cited adage that L.A.'s seemingly youngish age —FYI, we're much older than we look...

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THE WORLD’S BEST PUBLIC TOILETS

THE WORLD’S BEST PUBLIC TOILETS

A LOO WITH A VIEW ICHIHARA, JAPAN The elegant loo is nestled among cherry, plum and peach trees overlooking a breath-taking secret garden. While the design of the facility is made out of clear glass the 2 metre wooden log roll wall promises guest the...

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LA’s Best Beaches

LA’s Best Beaches

 LA’s Best BeachesA guide to help you decide which beaches to explore next.01. MANHATTAN BEACH Manhattan Beach is our favorite beach in LA. It’s clean, beautiful, lively, has an excellent pier, big waves, no rocky floors, and tons of volley ball areas. At...

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