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Super Bowl Food: Let’s Get the Party Started

January 31, 2011  
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Super Bowl Food: Let’s Get the Party Started

Super Bowl Sunday is this weekend and we all know what that means—time for the players to shine, die-hard football fans to unleash their suppressed emotions, advertisers to present their cleverest commercials, and party throwers to bring out their best platters. With last year’s game averaging over 100 million viewers, Super Bowl Sunday has become […]

The Ultimate Holiday Wish List for Him & Her

December 13, 2010  
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The Ultimate Holiday Wish List for Him & Her

THE HOLIDAYS—also known as the time where we scramble for the perfect gift for mom, dad, best friend or that special someone. If you’re still on the hunt for gift ideas or looking to buy yourself a little holiday cheer, here are 10 must-have items of the season for both him and her.  What’s even […]

Don’t Catch the Winter Doldrums: New Year’s Resolutions Worth Mulling Over

November 29, 2010  
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Don’t Catch the Winter Doldrums: New Year’s Resolutions Worth Mulling Over

The weather has been getting uncharacteristically nippy here in LA, which can just make you want to hibernate in warmth and laze on the couch after work with some good takeout food and Netflix companions. But while you’re at it, take a moment to write down your New Year’s resolutions. If you’ve always reneged on […]

Cool iPad and iPhone Accessories

November 1, 2010  
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Cool iPad and iPhone Accessories

The latest scoop on gadgets and accessories for Apple lovers. 1.) The Moleskine iPad Cover The iconic black leather notebook has experienced a reboot. Now iPad and iPhone users can store their devices inside savvy Moleskine covers appropriate enough for the office. Designed for the technological multi-tasker, these covers also serve as notebooks and are […]

Fall Sunglasses: Paying Homage to Retro

October 18, 2010  
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Fall Sunglasses: Paying Homage to Retro

THE LATEST trends in fall eyewear pay  homage to retro styles and colors, with an emphasis on thicker frames and colorful lenses. You won’t be able to trek around LA without seeing Angelinos wearing every color combination of Ray-Ban Wayfarers, or knock-offs, ever made. The successful Hollywood-based manufacturer, Oliver Peoples, has utilized this retro trend […]

Put On Your Finest Face: 5 Best Tips for Clear Skin

September 6, 2010  
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Put On Your Finest Face: 5 Best Tips for Clear Skin

Are you a sucker for vending machine snacks or donuts and cupcakes that your co-worker always brings to the office? Or maybe most of your meals consist of buttery steaks, battered chicken and fries. Or maybe you don’t drink enough water which helps flush out toxins in the body. No matter what category you belong […]

How to Get Out of Your Bubble

July 24, 2010  
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How to Get Out of Your Bubble

Venturing out of your comfort zone. If you’re in a bubble, you desperately need to get out. You’re missing out on a thrilling adventure. What is a bubble? Essentially, it’s staying in your spaghetti-and-meatballs comfort zone. And no, your eating sushi with chopsticks or eating Panda Express doesn’t cut it or make it any better. […]

Summer Hats for Him & Her

June 28, 2010  
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Summer Hats for Him & Her

Maybe you’re having a bad hair day. Or maybe you’re just trying to keep the sun out of your face and look stylish while you’re at it. Whatever your reason,

Six Cool Watches Under $250

June 7, 2010  
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Six Cool Watches Under $250

A watch is really the only accessory that can do two things at once: tell time and fashion you up—which is why it’s the only piece of jewelry a guy will ever need. Unfortunately, the same can’t be said for women, but with good reason. With thousands of brands, price points and styles to choose […]

Halfway Mark: Taking a Step Back

May 28, 2010  
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Halfway Mark: Taking a Step Back

It’s already June. We all know what that means. Yup, summer officially starts and Father’s Day is this month…but, that’s not what we’re talking about. It’s month six—the halfway mark of 2010. Already, you ask? Let’s see: In January, Haiti gets pounded with a 7.0 quake; February we’re busy watching the Winter Olympics (South Korean […]

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