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Summer Charm at The Chateau at Lake La Quinta
Travel

Summer Charm at The Chateau at Lake La Quinta

By Greg Aragon I always dreamed of staying in a French chateau, sipping wine beside a serene lake. And while I knew this day would come, I didn’t think it would be in the Palm Springs desert. But this is exactly what I discovered on a recent getaway to The Chateau at Lake La Quinta, the only lakefront hotel in the Palm…

Enjoying the Charms of Cambridge
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Enjoying the Charms of Cambridge

By May S. Ruiz I love college towns – they’re typically alive with students either hurrying off to lecture, tutorial, or the library, or leisurely heading out for a cup of tea with friends. Mingling with the young crowd are usually tourists with a map in hand, trying unsuccessfully to find a specific site on…

Relaxing and Resting in Redondo Beach
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Relaxing and Resting in Redondo Beach

By Greg Aragon Southern California has so many great beach towns that it is sometimes hard to choose one to visit. While most are beautiful and perfect destinations, some are more crowded and touristy than others. One of my favorite, quieter beach towns is Redondo Beach, where charming hotels and a historic pier set the stage for relaxing near…

Modern Day Gold Rush
Travel

Modern Day Gold Rush

By Donna Polizzi The Central Coast Wine Region has become a modern- day gold rush. People are jumping on the bandwagon, and in some cases, “can wagon.” Wine bars, wineries and breweries are popping up all over the California Central Coast.  Talking with owners and wine makers has revealed that this industry has become a…

Cruising the California Coast and the Bahamas
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Cruising the California Coast and the Bahamas

By Greg Aragon When considering a big, exciting trip such as a cruise, it’s good to get an early start on planning. So when I recently received brochures from a couple of cruise lines I’ve been wanting to experience, I knew it was time to start researching. The cruise lines that I am looking at…

A Historic and Tasty Trip to Downtown Los Angeles
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A Historic and Tasty Trip to Downtown Los Angeles

By Greg Aragon When my mom was little she used to take a tiny trolley up and down the side of a hill in downtown Los Angeles for 5 cents. After riding she would walk across the street for lunch at Grand Central Market. This always sounded fun to me, so when I heard that…

Magnolia House: Your Friendly Neighborhood Hangout Spot
Dining Delights

Magnolia House: Your Friendly Neighborhood Hangout Spot

By Brianna Chu Magnolia House has been inviting Pasadenans into its homey, chic space since 2014. The interior embraces the hundred-year-old Craftsman house from which the space has been built, creating a modern yet cozy atmosphere. The front of the house is a large garage-door window that opens out to let the summer breeze flow…

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