Let’s Celebrate: National Hug Day

Created by the "Hugs for Health Foundation", the Hug day is always celebrated today, June 29th. Each year people who celebrate this holiday and want to give their support, go out and give hugs at senior citizen centers, hospitals, on the streets and other places. The main focus is [...]

Upcoming Events | July Part 1

As a second month of the summer, July seems promising when it comes to events and activities to attend to. Friends or family, bring your loved ones and enjoy the happenings below. Fri June 29th CHINATOWN – Elijah Pierce And Leroy Almon’s Art in Chinatown. Two of the most [...]

Market Update | Week Ending 06/23/2018

Stocks down sharply for a second consecutive week -  Stocks dropped across the board this week. The  Dow, now in negative territory for the year,  dropped more than 500 points. Continued tensions on trade and tariffs caused investors to fear that a looming trade war could cause a global [...]

A Tale of Two Molds

I had an interesting situation happen on an escrow earlier this year that I wanted to share with you all. The sellers had disclosed some water damage in a bedroom corner that they had installed a water drain on the exterior of the building to remedy.  The buyers decided [...]

Summer Solstice Events In Los Angeles

The Summer Solstice in the northern hemisphere is the day of the year with the most hours of daylight between sunrise and sunset. This is when the Earth's axis tips the northern part of the planet closest to the sun, giving those nearest to the North Pole endless summer [...]

Market Update | Week Ending 06/16/2018

Stock markets end the week mixed - The Dow dropped about 1% this week, as the S&P held steady, and the NASDAQ rose.  The Trump administration announced $50 billion in tariffs against China yesterday, which caused markets to drop both here and overseas. The Federal Reserve increased their benchmark interest [...]

Best Local Steakhouses in LA

You might think we are just in time for Father’s day with this list of best steakhouses around LA. However, truth is, a list like this comes in handy in every occasion because great food is an excellent way to mark a day or an occasion. This being said, [...]

Upcoming Events | June Part 2

Fri June 15st CENTRAL LA: Arthritis Exercise Workshop for Older Adults – Join in this Friday for a pain relieving exercise starting at 2 pm at the Washington Irving Branch Library. Check out the event here. DTLA: Little Tokyo Branch Library organizes a fast Friday movie screening. The movie [...]

Market Update | Week Ending 06/09/2018

Stocks have best week in three months - Stock markets rose this week with the NASDAQ hitting an all time high. Big winners this week included financial stocks which rallied after the new Acting Director of The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Mick Mulvaney, told the 25 members of the Consumer Advisory Board [...]

Client Appreciation Party: RSVP Now

As the time for the second Client Appreciation Party approaches, I'd like to use this opportunity to remind you of all the fun that awaits for everyone. Since we got plenty of great reviews and feedback the last time, we decided to throw another one this year in the Woodley [...]

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