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Cartel de Santa prepara estreno la película “Los jefes” http://notiespectaculos.info/cartel-de-santa-prepara-estreno-la-pelicula-los-jefes/

Rustic and gorgeous tiles. Interesting look with no cabinets....that is thinking outside the box. From casasolterra.com

The above Christmas images have either been collected from the public domain or animated by Mary Jac. Description from myangelcardreadings.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Before Sid Grauman built his famous Egyptian Theater (where the star-studded movie premiere was born) and his even more famous Chinese Theater farther down Hollywood Boulevard, he opened the Million Dollar Theater in 1917 at 307 S. Broadway in downtown L.A., and is where he kept his offices. From this photo, it’s hard to see the detail here, but it almost takes your breath away. You can see it for your self – the theater is still there, and operates largely as a Spanish-language movie house.

LA Premiere 2012 with guests from Heal the Bay: a non-profit environmental group working to restore Santa Monica Bay.

This is beautiful. From the look of the kitchen island and the bar stools, the kitchen is likely to be nicely done as well.

Morgan Le Fay exclusive boots, premiere from LA Morgan LeFay original boots from Santa Monica shop on Montana Ave. Gently worn, adds character to the suede, reflected in the massive $550+ price drop. Fully lined with lambskin leather lining. They look like expensive vintage boots on - unique dig. Designer name is hand carved into sole. "No-slip" grip on soles. Tan suede!! ||\\top 10% seller\\1.7 day avg shipper\\53 sales with a 5.00 star rating/// Morgan Le Fay Shoes Combat & Moto Boots

"sur la route de Santa Cruz" by TravelPod blogger marco-2010 from the entry "San Francisco, Première étape!" on Saturday, August 22, 2015 in San Francisco, United States

Riviera Mansion, Santa Barbara

Things Finer is Santa Fe's premier source for Fine Antique and Contemporary Jewelry, Silver, & Unique Gifts From the World Over.

Los Angeles’s own Cameron Kashani Rasouli (@CamRasouli) of CoLoft. I’ve had the honor of knowing Cameron for quite sometime now and she’s a wonderful person. She’s also half of the team that built the ever growing Coloft in Santa Monica, CA. For those that are unfamiliar with the Coloft (you’ll learn a ton soon), it’s the premier co-working spot in the LA area (I say so). Now I’ll let the interview take it from here...read more (http://techzulu.com/cameron-rasouli-of-coloft/)

hiking, horseback riding and waterfall tour near La Fortuna

SANTA MONICA: SHOPPING: The Third Street Promenade is an upscale shopping, dining and entertainment complex in the downtown area of Santa Monica, California. It is considered a premier shopping and dining district on the Westside and draws crowds from all over the Greater Los Angeles Area. Close to the Pacific Ocean.

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Photographs from Photogenesis Located in the historic La Fonda Hotel, just off the Plaza, Photogenesis Gallery is Santa Fe's premiere fine a...

A wonderful Christmas gift from Joey Udovich. Learning to write a letter, by writing a friendly letter to Santa. Beautifully put together!

The Hotel Wilshire Los Angeles, California Centrally located near the midpoint of Wilshire Boulevard, L.A.’s east-west artery connecting Downtown and Santa Monica, the LEED-certified Hotel Wilshire makes the most of the expansive views of the Hollywood Hills from its luxe rooms, rooftop pool and celeb chef–helmed Roof at Wilshire restaurant. Seventy-four designer guestrooms offer open floor plans, sleek-chic decor and spa-like bathrooms. Whether you’re sunning by the rooftop pool

Hosts of "The Taste" share their fave LA eats including this dish from Tar & Roses and one from Melisse.

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Eagle LA, premier leather bar of Southern California

Third Street Promenade - The Third Street Promenade is a public entertainment venue in the downtown area of Santa Monica, California. It is considered a premier shopping and dining district on the Westside and draws crowds from all over Los Angeles County. Due to its proximity to the Pacific Ocean coupled with Los Angeles's mild climate, it is also a popular tourist destination.