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Ready for its closeup

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House has just reopened after a three-year, $4 million renovation. Check out four swoon-worthy views plus curator Jeffrey Herr’s KPCC interview.

Posted almost 4 years ago
 

Lobsters spotted in Silver Lake!

If you can’t always clear your calendar to jet to Martha’s Vineyard for lobster rolls, you'll be glad to know Knuckle and Claw opens this month on Sunset.

Posted almost 4 years ago
 

One of our expert names in the news

Jill Galloway of our John Aaroe Group Sunset Strip office is a go-to authority on the historic treasures of the Hollywood Hills and Hancock Park. So we weren’t surprised when Los Angeles Confidential tapped her knowledge base for its article on vintage homes of LA.

Posted almost 4 years ago
 

Falling star, caught in time

Next time you take in a rock show at the Regent, send a quick mental thank you to New Theme for reviving this once-crumbling luminary in the Historic Core.

Posted almost 4 years ago
 

Artnight Pasadena is March 13

City arts and cultural institutions open their doors free on this evening of art, music and entertainment. Food trucks to keep you sustained.

Posted almost 4 years ago
 

Time for a change

Yes, it’s already time to turn back your clocks (digital or otherwise) on Sunday night. Need to know what time it is somewhere else? Just bookmark this site!

Posted almost 4 years ago
 

John Aaroe Group agent Darren Winston has listed Roger Cross's of "24" fame Hollywood Hills home

John Aaroe Group agent Darren Winston has listed Roger Cross's of "24" fame Hollywood Hills home - check it out in Los Angeles Times Hot Property.

Posted almost 4 years ago
 

Curating Ventura Boulevard

You’ve always thought it was just a place to pick up your dry cleaning on the way to Hollywood. But you were blasting by some of the best Modern architecture in Los Angeles.

Posted almost 4 years ago
 

Where will deLab lead you next?

Design East of LaBrea does very cool micro-tours of the most fascinating places on the L.A. design and architecture map. You need to get on their mailing list.

Posted almost 4 years ago