This past year has certainly brought about a lot of change—and perhaps that’s all the more reason to show the people we love just how much they mean to us whenever we can. Here are some of the best ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day in California this year.
Sara Jensen is the co-CEO and co-founder of Hugh & Grace, a recently debuted, Los Angeles-based (and Rachel Zoe-backed!) skincare line. Learn about Sara Jensen…
101 North Eatery & Bar, located in Westlake Village in L.A. County, has reopened for outdoor dining and dishing up a delish Super Bowl special for curbside pickup or delivery.
San Diego-based Arden Pala is not only a talented actor, but he authored a kid’s book series benefiting the San Diego COVID-19 Community Response Fund, a charitable nonprofit organization created by and for the community. The sixth-grader at Francis Parker School in San Diego has released The Adventures of Noah’s […]
Who knew heaven on earth existed…or that it comes complete with its own private sandy beach, luxurious spa and beachside private pool, to boot! Meet The Lodge at Edgewood Tahoe. This bucket list destination, both the 2019 Preferred Hotels & Resorts Hotel of the Year and the 2018 Travel + […]
Dylan Schenk, CEO and co-founder of LIFT Society, LA’s only aesthetic lifting gym where she uses her role to advocate for female entrepreneurs, body positivity and mamas who do it all. Learn about Dylan Schenk…
If you’re lucky enough to work remotely, The Allegretto Vineyard Resort in Paso Robles is offering a unique package that invites you to get your business done in bliss.
California has no shortage of eccentricity in its culture, communities or businesses. And the best example of that is in its wide array of independent, locally owned bookstores that deal everything from historic pieces of literature to indie writings.
“Chopped” finalist Sam Badolato is the executive winery chef at Kenwood Inn & Spa in Sonoma County and private chef with Chef Sam’s Table. Learn about Chef Sam Badolato…
Even prior to the pandemic, there has been a surge in direct farm-to-consumer sales in the United States. And it turns out that three California cities mark the best for locavores, meaning those who prefer foods from nearby gardens, farmers markets and farm-to-table restaurants.