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There's only two weeks left in 2018––make sure you're making those days count. ✨ Tap the link in our bio for the best things to do in L.A. this week. 📷: @timmy727 at Los Angeles, California

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There's nothing like driving in Los Angeles during the holidays. "It’s during these times, usually on the 10 in Baldwin Hills or while slicing through the skyscrapers that line the 110, that I remember how it can actually be a pleasure to drive to Los Angeles. Especially, when it’s 70 degrees on Christmas Day and the windows are down and the wind is rustling my hair as “Little Drummer Boy” plays on the radio." ✨ Tap the link in our bio ☝🏼 for our ode to driving in L.A. during the most wonderful time of the year. 📸: @artbyartla at Los Angeles, California

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At the entrance to its newest exhibition, the Autry Museum (@theautry) of the American West asks, “What makes Griffith Park special to you?” That’s not a rhetorical question—it really wants to know. The question is repeated in the ten major languages primarily spoken in Los Angeles, and the institution hopes to hear from as many people as possible in the next few years. So, to celebrate Griffith Park’s 125th anniversary, the museum is planning a community-led exhibition, and it needs your help. Tap the link in our bio to learn more. 🖼️ #lamag at The Autry

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Could there be a more magical place during the holidays than The Grove? ✨ Tap the link in our bio for malls with the best Christmas lights in L.A. 📷: @mrsnewblue at The Grove

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In the spring of 2016, Francesca Cavallo (@francescatherebel), a former playwright, and Elena Favilli (@elenafavilli), a former journalist, launched a Kickstarter campaign for their dream project: a feminist children’s book. ✊ The result was #GoodnightStoriesforRebelGirls, a collection of once-upon-a-time-style tales whose heroines are real scientists or musicians, judges or athletes (Sonia Sotomayor, Serena Williams). This month, the pair is back with #IAmaRebelGirl, an illustrated companion journal that readers “can use to turn their dreams into an actionable plan,” Favilli says. 📚 Tap the link in bio to read how these two local women are empowering a generation of rebel girls. #feminism

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This week on #AskChris: “why don't you see houses being moved anymore?" 🤔 🏠 "Just a few months ago I was leaning against the world’s first Taco Bell in Downey when it started to roll away. House mover Eric Brandt was at the wheel and tells me the biggest problem with moving a house is finding a place to put it," Chris Nichols writes. But that's not the only rea$on. Tap the link in our bio to get the full story. 📷: Herald Examiner Collection/Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection at Los Angeles, California

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With the Pacific Ocean as a backdrop, the Mediterranean-inspired Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes is perfect for celebrating all your treasured holiday activities in true SoCal style. 🎄Tap the link in our bio to plan your visit now! #sponsored @terranearesort #terranea at Terranea Resort

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Hope you’re having a good evening, L.A. ✨ Closing out Thursday with this stunning short from the Hollywood sign by @losangeles. at Hollywood Sign

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