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Third Year of CalligraFair a Sweeping Success
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Third Year of CalligraFair a Sweeping Success

By Emily Glory Peters Calligraphy—once the stuff of ancient scripts—has risen again as a covetable skill amongst professional artists and casual hobbyists alike across Los Angeles. This past week, they converged at CalligraFair, a two-day event hosted by Monrovia’s own Smitten on Paper.  Now in its third year, CalligraFair has flourished from a modest celebration…

Brandywine Opening Stylish New Townhomes in Duarte
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Brandywine Opening Stylish New Townhomes in Duarte

Chic, well-appointed and attainably priced from the high $500,000s, spacious brand-new townhomes will be revealed during a Model Grand Opening celebration at Brandywine Homes’ Oliva in Duarte. Scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 26, the event will give home seekers their first opportunity to tour three professionally crafted models. Interested home shoppers are encouraged to learn about…

The Best Self-Defense is a (Unyted) Offense
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The Best Self-Defense is a (Unyted) Offense

By Emily Glory Peters If you were like the average American kid, keeping healthy might have included a stint in karate, tae kwon do or other martial art for a few months before teetering into your next recreational activity. But what does fitness look like now as an adult? For some, self-defense for fitness is…

For This Gym, Boxing is Bigger Than Physical Strength
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For This Gym, Boxing is Bigger Than Physical Strength

By Emily Glory Peters As Mike Tyson once famously observed, everybody has a plan until they get punched in the mouth.  Still, having a (thoughtful) approach to caring for your physical and mental health is a great idea—especially in an era where burnout and overstimulation are painfully real. At 15th Round Boxing in Pasadena, brothers…

A Personal Passion For Tea Takes Off
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A Personal Passion For Tea Takes Off

By Linda Taubenreuther As the child of a struggling single mom in the inner city of Canton, Ohio, the only tea Lawrence Charles knew about was instant Lipton in a pitcher. Today, he’s a sophisticated tea enthusiast and celebrated purveyor of “the bespoke artisan tea experience,” able to discuss in detail how a plantation and…

Integrity: The Secret to this Motorcycle Shop’s Longevity
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Integrity: The Secret to this Motorcycle Shop’s Longevity

By Emily Glory Peters When Luis Luna named his motorcycle repair shop “Lunatic Psycles,” he was just looking for a unique alternative to the standard “Bob’s Cycles/Joe’s Cycles” option. What’s been truly loony is his approach to growing—or self-sabotaging—his business. “I’m the world’s worst salesperson,” he attests. And perhaps it’s true. Before launching Lunatic Cycles…

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