NEW LISTING: 7439 Woodman Ave #26 Van Nuys, CA

This week a gorgeous condo is hitting the list this week and is ready to welcome you home in a desirable area of Van Nuys, CA. Step inside this freshly painted home and feel the warmth of a long time ownership.  2 years ago the homeowner did a slew [...]

Upcoming Events | October Part 2

Fri Oct 19th DTLA: Spooktacular Second Year Of Haunted Little Tokyo - The Little Tokyo community welcomes you back for a month full of frightful fun as the neighborhood transforms into Haunted Little Tokyo for a second year on select nights through October 1 - October 31, 2018. Ghouls, [...]

Market Update | Week Ending 10/13/2018

Stocks have largest weekly loss since March - Stock markets ended higher on Friday after 6 straight losing sessions to end the week with the largest weekly loss in 7 months. Investors feared rising interest rates, trade war concerns with China, and rising international pressures after the International Monetary Fund [...]

Meet Adonis, The New Mountain Lion In Town

Shortly after the sad news of male mountain lion P-55′s death in the Santa Monica Mountains, there’s potentially really good news for these animals in the Los Angeles area. Hidden cameras have discovered a previously unseen male mountain lion in the Verdugo Mountains north of Glendale. The big cat has been named [...]

2018 Halloween Events Around LA

What’s Halloween without a few good scares? Here we have gathered some awesome Halloween-related events that will ensure you a great time this year. Check out the places below and have fun! Reign of Terror Where: Janss Marketplace, 197 N. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks. When: 7-10 p.m. Fridays, Sundays, [...]

Market Update | Week Ending 10/06/2018

U.S. Economy adds 134,000 new jobs in September - Unemployment rate dropped to the lowest level since 1969 - The Department of Labor Statistics reported that U. S. employers added 134,000 new jobs in September. That was below the 185,000 that analysts had estimated, yet even though job creation fell to [...]

Current Rotating Museum Exhibits in LA

Photo by Scott Webb on Unsplash Autumn, especially October, gives you the perfect weather for a chance to visit museums around Los Angeles. Right now there are plenty of educational, historical, and artistic exhibits that are waiting for you to discover. Museums are also a great way [...]

Upcoming Events | October Part 1

Fri Oct 5th DTLA: Go Little Tokyo For a Spooktacular Second Year Of Haunted Little Tokyo – The Little Tokyo community welcomes you back for a month full of frightful fun as the neighborhood transforms into Haunted Little Tokyo for a second year on select nights through October 1 [...]

Market Update | Week Ending 09/29/2018

Stocks drop slightly in the final week of September - Stock markets fell slightly this week after hitting record highs last week. Escalating trade tensions with China and another interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve left investors a little more cautious this week. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed the week at 26,458.31, [...]

SoCal Gas To Pay $119M To LA City And County For Aliso Canyon Gas Leak

In late October 2015, one of 114 gas wells operated by SoCal Gas failed. It was the start of what ultmately became the largest-ever uncontrolled release of natural gas in U.S. history. In all, more than 100 metric tons of natural gas and other substances were released into the atmosphere. [...]

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