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How to Catch Really Big Fish with Kids

When it comes to fishing with kids, conventional wisdom says to find a place where they can catch any fish with a high level of frequency and you’ll make a fisherman for life. That’s true. Fast-actio…
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Naples Island modern seeking $5.5M could be absolutely fabulous

Three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and five boat slips In the mid-1950s, Ray Kappe was just embarking on what turned out to be one of the most innovative and exciting modern architectural careers in Lo…
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Homey Spanish bungalow surrounded by gardens in Glendale seeks $930K

The 1930s home has lovely outdoor spaces Sitting in the backyard of this classic Spanish-style bungalow in Glendale seems like a particularly pleasant way to while away an afternoon. The house sits o…
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100-unit condo project planned on western edge of Highland Park

Right on Figueroa A developer is planning a 100-unit condo project at Highland Park’s border with Cypress Park. Called
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Revealed: LA Times identifies writer behind real estate gossip blog Yolanda’s Little Black Book

The call was coming from inside the house An anonymous real estate blog known for divulging privileged information about celebrity and high-end home transactions isn’t so anonymous
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Street vendors will be cleared from Walk of Fame

Authorities will enforce rules traditionally used to target homeless encampments The city of Los Angeles will use its ordinance prohibiting the storage of “bulky items” on sidewalks—a law traditional…
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Institute of Contemporary Art - Save the Date: Incognito on Sept 8, 2018

Save The DateSaturday, September 8, 2018Back by popular demand. 400 artworks. One great cause.Hosts: Jonny Black, Laura Copelin, Honor Fraser, Karen Hillenburg, Brooke Kanter, Price Latimer, Nino Mie…
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U.S. veteran appointed Sales Director of Valpak of Los Angeles

Valpak has named seasoned sales and marketing executive, Aaron Rockwell, Sales Director of Valpak of Los Angeles. For more than 35 years, Valpak has helped local Los Angeles business realize their go…
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The Brady Bunch house is up for grabs for $1.9M

No, there won’t be an open house Now on the market for the first time since 1973 is the Studio City residence known the world over as the Brady Bunch house. Built in 1959, the property was discovered…
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Tudor-style Silver Lake house is a blank slate for $799K

Bring your ideas Home staging is great and all, but seeing this totally empty English Tudor-inspired
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“Vaya Con Dios”: It’s the Point Break map of Los Angeles

“Vaya con dios” For some growing up in Kansas, New York City, or, heck, Northern California, Point Break—starring Keanu Reeves and Patrick Swayze and directed by Oscar winner
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LA will consider landmarking Times Mirror Square—including 1970s addition

LA will consider landmarking Times Mirror Square—including 1970s addition

William Pereira-designed offices would be torn down under current development plans The Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Commission unanimously voted Thursday to consider landmarking
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Redondo Beach waterfront makeover is ‘dead’

“The project is dead,” says the city’s mayor A huge plan to redevelop the Redondo Beach waterfront with new shops and restaurants has derailed. The Redondo Beach
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How a rag-tag group of surfers changed Malibu forever

Surfrider Beach was the domain of a small, rag-tag group of surfing pioneers—until a teenager nicknamed “Gidget” burst onto the scene
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What LA can learn from the ’84 Olympics

In 1984, Los Angeles did the impossible: It used the Olympics to virtually eliminate traffic—and turn a profit. Now the city faces even greater challenges around housing and displacement. Can LA make…
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