Philipp Plein Opens In Bangkok

September 2, 2019

Kristopher Fraser | Wednesday, July 24 2019 After the opening of Philipp Plein’s store in Phuket in 2016, the company has opened its second store in Thailand, this time in the country’s capital, Bangkok. This flagship is part of a strengthening strategy of the South East Asian market; the brand just opened a two floored boutique at Marina Bay Sands Resort in Singapore and it’s planning to open another in Manila, Philippines, by the end of the year. ... Read more …


August 30, 2019

Can we all agree that we have a little bit of a shoe problem? There is no such thing as too many shoes. Even when they’re over flowing out of the closet… still – not enough. For whatever reason, Fall is always my favorite season to shop for new shoes. I love getting a new pair of booties yearly, and then getting another pair, and then probably just one more pair. ... Read more …

Pasadena’s Record-Breaking Arden Villa Lists At A Massive Loss

August 26, 2019

The city of Pasadena, located in LA’s oft-overlooked San Gabriel Valley, is renowned for its old-world charm, the annual Tournament of Roses, and the area’s historic architecture — particularly that of homes in the southernmost part of the city. Down yonder, below the bustling 210 freeway, the tree-dotted streets are broad and the lots exceptionally spacious. Walk down one of these roads and you’ll smell the distinct neighborhood scent — that pungent whiff of old money. ... Read more …

How Two OC Congressional Candidates Competing For An Open Seat Differ On Immigration

August 23, 2019

Democrat Gil Cisneros and Republican Young Kim are running for the U.S. House seat being vacated by Congressman Ed Royce. (Cisneros photo by Angel De Leon/Cisneros for Congress via AP; Kim photo from candidate’s campaign)If you live in cities like Fullerton, Diamond Bar or Placentia, you may have noticed the fierce competition between Republican Young Kim and Democrat Gil Cisneros fighting for an open seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. ... Read more …

LeBron Has 51 In First Win At Miami Since '14 Exit

August 20, 2019

MIAMI – LeBron James scored 51 points Sunday in the Los Angeles Lakers’ 113-97 win over the Heat, marking James’ first victory in Miami since leaving the Heat franchise in 2014. He also became just the fifth player in league history to score 50-plus points with three different franchises. “[My] environment is a basketball and a hoop,” James said when asked how playing against his former team factored into his performance. ... Read more …

Singing Beach Chairs – Lalalalalalala

August 17, 2019

I don’t know how many times I walked by the two extremely large pastel chairs that sit south of Santa Monica Pier. I often wondered, “Why are they there?,” and, “I want to climb up and sit on them!” They just look like a whole lot of fun. Recently, I finally ventured over to take a closer look at the chairs. It was a cold, windy day and as I sat there I discovered I could hear sounds coming from the large aluminum pipes that extend up from the back of the steel chairs! ... Read more …

Affordable Housing In LA Keeps Rents Low—but It Comes With An Expiration Date

August 14, 2019

For the last three decades, Hillside Villa, a pale green, stucco-coated building on Hill Place has been, for several hundred residents of Chinatown, a consistently affordable place to live. Constructed in 1988, the complex was built with funds from LA’s once-powerful community redevelopment agency. Its 124 apartments were set aside for lower-earning residents. But that was 30 years ago. In December, the building’s affordability restrictions expired, meaning the building’s longtime owner, developer Thomas Botz, will soon be free to charge market rate rents for units previously reserved for tenants with qualifying incomes. ... Read more …

Edify TV Video: Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch

August 11, 2019

By Edify TV Mr. Bones Pumpkin Patch is more than just a place to pick out a jack-o’-lantern, it’s a place where the whole family can have a blast. With pumpkin decorations, spooky face painting, a pumpkin village and pony rides, there is something here for everybody, including pets! This video is made possible by Source:

NBA Panel Changes Its Opinion On Kevin Durant'S Future With Warriors

August 8, 2019

NBA panel changes its opinion on Kevin Durant’s future with Warriors originally appeared on Programming note: Watch the Warriors take on the Heat at 4:30 p.m. PT on Wednesday, streaming live on the MyTeams app. Kevin Durant’s pending free agency has probably been discussed just as much (if not more) as the actual regular season games. It’s just the nature of the beast. Back in late November, 38 people who cover the NBA for ESPN were asked to predict where Durant will play next season. ... Read more …

More LA Landlords Reject Housing Vouchers Amid Rising Rents

August 4, 2019

More LA landlords reject housing vouchers amid rising rents Property owners say the government subsidies are insufficient in today’s market Tents and belongings of the homeless line a street in downtown Los Angeles (Credit: Getty Images) Government subsidies are aimed at easing the housing crunch in Los Angeles, allowing those who can’t afford the city’s rising rents to have a place to live. But the subsidies require the willingness of landlords, and fewer of them are will to do so. ... Read more …