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Santa Monica Farmer's Market | Elizabeth Winslow for Camille Styles

Tastemakers :: Santa Monica Farmer's Market

Santa Monica Farmer's Market | Elizabeth Winslow for Camille Styles

Best mexican food in the Valley.

Best mexican food in the Valley.

I don't care if it's overrated, I still enjoy taking a bite out of their juicy burgers

I don't care if it's overrated, I still enjoy taking a bite out of their juicy burgers

California Pita & Grill, Woodland Hills, CA

California Pita & Grill, Woodland Hills, CA

House vacation rental in Newport Beach from VRBO.com! #vacation #rental #travel #vrbo

House vacation rental in Newport Beach from VRBO.com! #vacation #rental #travel #vrbo

gardens - Pesquisa Google

gardens - Pesquisa Google

Don Bolles' 1976 Datsun 210 was blown up on June 2, 1976, in the parking lot of the Hotel Clarendon, 401 W. Clarendon Ave. in Phoenix. After the bombing, Bolles, lying beside his exploded car, told paramedics he was "working on a Mafia story."' (Arizona Republic archives)

Don Bolles' 1976 Datsun 210 was blown up on June 2, 1976, in the parking lot of the Hotel Clarendon, 401 W. Clarendon Ave. in Phoenix. After the bombing, Bolles, lying beside his exploded car, told paramedics he was "working on a Mafia story."' (Arizona Republic archives)

Thousand Steps Beach in Laguna Beach, CA.  I smiled the first time I finished climbing those steps.  This is typically a locals-only beach just because it's so damn hard to find from the street compared to other beaches in SoCal.  Its secrecy results in some huge rewards: low population, you'll always see surfers, and there's a huge cave to the left that connects to a reef that has tons of huge starfish of all types and colors (assuming it's low tide).  If you have bad knees or a bad back…

Thousand Steps Beach in Laguna Beach, CA. I smiled the first time I finished climbing those steps. This is typically a locals-only beach just because it's so damn hard to find from the street compared to other beaches in SoCal. Its secrecy results in some huge rewards: low population, you'll always see surfers, and there's a huge cave to the left that connects to a reef that has tons of huge starfish of all types and colors (assuming it's low tide). If you have bad knees or a bad back…

The Goldenrod Footbridge in Corona del Mar. We walked this bridge to the beach every day when we lived there. Photo by JoleneMarie.

The Goldenrod Footbridge in Corona del Mar. We walked this bridge to the beach every day when we lived there. Photo by JoleneMarie.

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