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The Tea Lovers Festival May 1-3

May 1 - 3, 2015 The Tea Lovers Festival 
Kicks Off Its 10th Anniversary with a Weekend Full of Events that 
Celebrate the Love of Tea in Los Angeles! Ten years ago in a small yoga studio in Santa Monica, the Tea Lovers…

The Winning Spirit – McLaren

by Marcus Amick Revel in the ecstasy and distinction of being unique. It’s a characteristic that immediately separates you from the rest whether it’s a taste for vintage wine at a brewery or a tailored blue pinstripe suit in a sea of…

Whose Fault Is It Anyway?

Police Reports & Comparative Liability by David Olan Recently my partner Brian Carness obtained an excellent settlement for a client who suffered serious personal injuries when hit by a car while riding his motorcycle. Brian was able…

Letting go of Dad

I'm with my family in Michigan trying to let go of my father. He has not been well for a very long time. He is in hospice care at the hospital. I've read about hospice and heard of others going through it, but it's not the same as going…

Food For Thought

by Hermine Hilton ‘America’s Memory Motivator’ I thought it would be the ideal time to talk with you about what our physical systems are ingesting (in plainer terms....what we put into our mouths) and how it affects our memory.…

Shadow of Uncertainty

For the last week and a half I am living with this sad shadow of uncertainty.   I don’t know how to feel and don’t know why I feel happy or sad.  Even when I am happy, it is tainted with a little sadness. It is a sadness that I am not…

Isn’t It Time Malibu Had a Ferry?

by Susan Hardie Monday, April 20th, the California Incline—the road/bridge that leads from PCH up to Ocean and California avenues in Santa Monica — closed for about a year so that it can be demolished, and replaced with a new,…