May 15th, 2015 at 7:30 am
Even though the state is in the grip of a drought, you might not know it by visiting some of Los Angeles County’s largest public and private gardens. Magnificent landscaping is still the norm at institutions ranging from the Huntington Library to the Getty Center to Descanso Gardens. Thanks to water-wise gardening and water-conservation efforts, these venues continue to attract visitors, as well as educate with tips and techniques for home gardeners. Many have opened low-water-use demonstration gardens.
Here is a list of some of the spigot-savvy gardens in the area:
May 13th, 2015 at 9:00 am
Some of the fastest, rarest, and most beloved Japanese cars make their way to The Petersen for Automotive Museum one day only. New concept cars, vintage race cars, and tuner cars will also be on display as part of the “Japanese Car Cruise-In” exhibit. All cars will be displayed on the third-floor promenade section of the museum’s parking structure. While all cars are welcome to attend, priority will be given to Japanese models.
6060 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
May 12th, 2015 at 9:00 am
In this ride to support the Guide Dogs of America (GDA), hundreds of participants will mount their motorcycles for the nonprofit organization that breeds, raises, and trains dogs to help the blind and visually impaired. Even if you don’t have a ride of your own, GDA encourages all to join in on the fun-filled day that will include lunch, a raffle to win a 2015 custom Harley-Davidson, and puppy kisses for all. Rain or shine, the event will begin and end at the Route 66 Classic Grill.
Route 66 Classic Grill
18730 Soledad Canyon Road
Canyon Country, CA 91351
May 11th, 2015 at 9:00 am
Discover the fun of fine art at the Beverly Hills Art Show. This year, more than 240 national artists will be selling their paintings, sculptures, watercolors, photography, mixed media, ceramics, jewelry, drawings, and printmaking pieces across four blocks of historic Beverly Gardens Park in the heart of Beverly Hills. Add a fleet of food trucks, a wine and beer garden, and a (mostly) dog-friendly venue, and you have everything you could need to spend a few days soaking in culture in one of the classiest parts of the world.
9455 N. Santa Monica Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
May 8th, 2015 at 7:30 am
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When it comes to looking good, these are the go-to salons and professionals that deliver best-in-class services and results that wow. Stay gorgeous, Los Angeles!
Nine Zero One
Follow PYTs such as Emma Roberts, Nina Dobrev and beauty blogger Sincerely Jules to this sleek salon’s new Melrose Place location. Expect contemporary cuts and vibrant color in an uberchic setting. TIP: Stalk #901girl on Instagram and the salon’s blog, beautycoach.com, for plenty of pre-appointment inspiration. From $75, West Hollywood
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Mika Fowler at Kim Vo Salon
Known for her precision-based dry cutting, Fowler has created a cult-like following that includes celebs like Olivia Munn and Malin Akerman. Her profile has only risen since moving to Kim Vo’s luxurious digs in the Montage Beverly Hills hotel in 2013. TIP: Fowler straightens tresses with a flat iron before cutting, to assess how the hair moves and the quality of its ends. From $275, Beverly Hills