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Roger’s Thought of the Day: Jan. 29, 2015

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“Who you were, who you are and who you will become are three different people.”

— Robert Tew


Hidden Hills is the No. 2 priciest neighborhood in LA

CurbedLA ranks the 10 most expensive neighborhoods in Los Angeles

A recent article by Curbed LA compares the 10 most expensive neighborhoods to buy a home in Los Angeles, and our home turf of Hidden Hills ranks No. 2. In 2014, there were 40 sales in Hidden Hills, with a median sales price of $2,725,000. Median sales price has increased by 25 percent since 2013, and median sale price per square foot has grown by 12 percent. 2014 also marked a landmark sale for the neighborhood, with a record-breaking sales price for the San Fernando Valley.
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Roger’s Thought of the Day: Jan. 26, 2015

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“The things you are passionate about are not random, they are your calling.”

— Fabienne Fredrickson


DineLA Restaurant Week: Where to go in Calabasas & Conejo

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DineLA Week is underway!

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From Jan. 19 to Feb. 1, restaurants all over Los Angeles will participate in DineLA Restaurant Week — offering two and three-course pre-fixe lunches and dinners allowing locals to sample their menus. Here are some of the restaurants participating on our side of the 405 — from Calabasas to Conejo Valley.

  1. Saddlepeak Lodge {Calabasas}
  2. The Six {Calabasas, with other locations in Studio City + West L.A.}
  3. SUGARFISH {Calabasas}
  4. The Grill on the Alley {Westlake Village}
  5. The Malibu Roadhouse {*NEW* Solstice Canyon, Malibu}
  6. Moonshadows {Malibu}
  7. Morton’s Steakhouse {Woodland Hills}
  8. Ruth’s Chris {Woodland Hills}

Find out more on Local Love 805 and DineLA’s website.


New York penthouse sells for $100.5 M

New York apartment sells for record price over $100M

Property records show the 10,923-square-foot duplex penthouse on the 89th and 90th floors officially closed last month, thereby shattering the city’s previous record, an $88M sale which never came to fruition, according to Curbed.

See below for a rendering of the 90th floor views.

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Rendering courtesy of Curbed.


Roger’s Thought of the Day: Jan. 20, 2015

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“If you don’t love yourself, you’ll always be chasing after people who don’t love you either.”

— Mandy Hale


12 modern treehouses

From childhood wish to midlife crisis: the modern tree house

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Check out these 12 modern tree houses from all over the world.


Roger’s Thought of the Day: Jan. 13, 2015

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“We can let the circumstances of our lives harden us so that we become increasingly resentful and afraid, or we can let them soften us, and make us kinder.  You always have the choice.”

— Dalai Lama


Serena Scott Thomas runs 50 miles for In Situ Foundation

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Serena Scott Thomas, Calabasas local and real estate agent at Ewing & Associates Sotheby’s International Realty, has made major strides in support of the In Situ Foundation — a nonprofit organization which promotes training dogs to detect cancer in humans. Jan. 10, Scott Thomas ran 50 miles in The Avalon 50 race, which she pledged to complete on her fundrazr.com campaign page for the In Situ Foundation. By Monday, Jan. 12 more than $4,995 had been raised by 74 contributors.

Scott Thomas was inspired to raise money and awareness of the In Situ Foundation by her friend Anne, who died of ovarian cancer.

“She died of Ovarian Cancer, aka ‘The Silent Killer,’ so named because it is virtually impossible to detect until it’s deadly, when patients are Stage 3 or 4,” Scott Thomas said. “Anne was a miracle because when she was diagnosed, she was told she had 6 months to live and yet she survived, courageously and without complaint, almost 9 more years.”

Scott Thomas has been training for the race since August 2014, when she first decided to participate to honor Anne’s memory.

“I wanted to push myself to do something that I never thought I could do, that would challenge me physically, mentally and spiritually,” Scott Thomas said. “If Anne could put up with all that pain, fear and discomfort, I could run 50 miles and then maybe even 100 and raise money for Ovarian Cancer in Anne’s memory.”

According to www.dogsdetectcancer.org, the In-Situ Foundation is dedicated to training dogs to detect cancer in humans.

“Published studies have shown that dogs can detect early stage cancer with 88 percent specificity, and 99 percent sensitivity,” the In Situ Foundation website states. “Dogs could help provide an extremely accurate, low-cost, non-invasive, early detection screening for cancer. Early detection is our greatest cure, as of now.”

Scott Thomas believes that early detection, such as canine cancer detection, is the key to prolonging the lives of those suffering cancer.

“The In Situ dogs have been proven at 98% accurate in the early detection of human cancer in a published study,” Scott Thomas said. “If this had been available for Anne, the outcome would have been different.”

To learn more about the In Situ Foundation, visit www.dogsdetectcancer.org.


Lakers exec scores Chatsworth estate listed by the Kasenos

Lakers exec Johnny Buss found a home court in this Colonial-style lakeside Chatsworth estate listed by Stephen & Liz Kaseno – Luxury Properties.

“Found within the guard-gated Monteria Estates, the home features a Colonial-style main residence, a one-bedroom guesthouse, a north-south tennis court, a pool and spa and a private boat dock on more than 2.5 acres.” Read more in the Los Angeles Times.

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