Weekend Events: January 4-6, 2019

It’s a new year, it’s a new you. Whether or not you followed through on your resolutions so far in 2019, you deserve to treat yourself to a weekend of fun in LA. In the city of stars there is no shortage of thrills. We rounded-up the best “Angeleno” approved events to spruce up your first weekend of the year!

Read below for events happening in and round LA January 4-6.

Discover your inner Angeleno!

Friday, January 4th

First-Time Fridays at LACMA

You haven’t been to LACMA you say? Well luckily for you, LA’s Contemporary Museum of Modern Art accepts this and offers First Time Fridays. This monthly event invites guest to explore the museum from 3:00pm-8:00pm for LA residents. If you let the ticket office know it is your first visit to LACMA, you will receive a free poster and discounts at the LACMA store, LACMA Cafe and C+M.

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Abbot Kinney First Fridays

AK’s neighborhood block party returns this Friday on the “coolest block in America”. Whatever your craving, you’ll be sure to find something with new and old food trucks joining the event and merchant discounts plus late hours.

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LA Lakers vs. New York Knicks

NBA tickets to see the Los Angeles Lakers play the New York Knicks are sure to be selling quickly! Fans from both sides of the nation won’t want to miss this exciting regular season game! If you want to be there to catch all of the action you’d better act now. Secure your seats so you can cheer on your favorite team!

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Saturday, January 5th

Watson Adventures’ Thrilla at the Getty Villa

Roam for Romans on a unique scavenger hunt that transports you to ancient Greece and Rome via the Getty Villa. You’ll follow a trail of clues and answer fun, tricky questions. Discover facts you never knew about the odd aspects of gods, goddesses, and the inventors of the toga party.

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Golden Globes Foreign Language Nominee Symposium

Discover the best foreign language films of 2018. This year’s five nominees include Capernaum from Lebanon, Girl from Belgium, Never Look Away from Germany, Roma from Mexico, and Shoplifters from Japan. The symposium will also include a free roundtable with the Directors for each of the nominated films. The panel will be moderated by Mike Goodridge, former HFPA member and VP turned festival director and programmer. Advance sale tickers are available until 5:00pm January 4 but will still be available for standby the day of.

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Bricks LA 2019

Come share your love of Lego and discover hundreds of fan created models at the Pasadena Convention Center ! Enjoy their vendor area with new, used, and unique brick accessories as well as building techniques and panel discussions. It will be a weekend of fun for all ages.

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Sunday, January 6

Annual Carroll Shelby Cruise-In

Come see some of the fastest, rarest and most beloved Shelby’s of all time. The Petersen will celebrate Carroll Shelby’s birthday by having a cruise-in on the third floor parking structure of the museum. All car enthusiasts are invited to participate in the car show and contest. Coffee and snacks will be provided.

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A Faery Hunt Magical Adventure

Named by Nickelodeon the “Best Children’s Theater” in Los Angeles, A Faery Hunt delights as a magical adventure. Auntie Angelica leads the audience on a gentle journey to help the Faery royalty! With the help of the audience and the Faeries, it’s a musical filled afternoon with fun, laughs and surprises.

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LA Kings Holiday ICE at L.A. Live Final Day

Just because the holidays are over, doesn’t mean the fun has to be. Don’t miss out on the last day of the LA Kings Holiday Ice at L.A. Live. Skate your way through the weekend as a family fun activity or date night.

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Rodeo Realty's Sunset agent Robert Erickson lists home of celebrity tailor Ella Korchevsky

The home of Ella Korchevsky, tailor to the stars since 1996, is on the market for $6.499 million. Robert Erickson of Rodeo Realty Sunset lists the residence, which is featured in DIGS Magazine.

Situated on Mt. Olympus the home comes with amazing views of the canyon, ocean, and the city. Built in 2007, the two-story property has an impressive grand foyer, a living area with a regal fireplace, a formal dining room with plenty of space for dinner parties, a chef’s kitchen, a game room, and a media room with a bar and a pool table.

“The owners paid exquisite attention to detail when building their dream home,” said Erickson to DIGS Magazine. “They wanted the feel of an Italian villa, with breathtaking views of the city and beyond. I say they more than accomplished that.”

Upstairs, there’s a master suite with a fireplace, a hotel-like spa bath, double vanities, a separate steam shower, two walk-in closets along with two private balconies. Outdoors, there’s a patio and pool.

To read the DIGS Magazine feature on this property, click HERE to read pg. 78.

Listing by Rodeo Realty's Terre Steinbeck acts as venue for pastry chef Chris Ford event

2201 Linda Flora Drive may be a new listing by Rodeo Realty’s Terre Steinbeck, but the property has already had a few celebrities stop by! 
In April, Éclat Public Relations hosted a party to honor Chef Chris Ford for his contributions to the pastry world. Terre Steinbeck’s listing was the venue for the event.
Fans of Chris Ford along with many homebuyers attended the party. Those who made an appearance included Michael Keaton’s family, Tony Bill and film producer Helen Bartlett, film composer Sean Callery, celebrity host/designer Jennifer Convy, Howard Mermel of HM Properties, and Patricia of Frette linens.
Attendees enjoyed an evening filled with drinks and pastries made by the Executive Pastry Chef of the Four Seasons Beverly Wilshire.
For more information on 2201 Linda Flora Drive, visit www.2201lindafloradr.com

Beverly Hills' Tregg Rustad and Peter Maurice list home of comedian/actor Richard Lewis


Making headlines this week is a listing by Rodeo Realty’s Beverly Hills agents, Peter Maurice and Tregg Rustad.

Their $1.599 million listing is the recent home to its longtime resident, comedian/actor/author Richard Lewis. The home has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, People, Yahoo, Variety, and Mansion Global.

The hillside Mediterranean villa was also once home to actor Eddie Albert, along with various other screenwriters and directors. The home was built in the magical Hollywood year of 1926 – the same year the nearby Sunset Tower and Chateau Marmont hotels opened their doors to fame, glory and gossip.

Tucked away in a bedrock hill in Laurel Canyon, the pulse of Hollywood from Chaplin to Hendrix to celebs du jour, surrounds this home.

The property has an open-air living room with full wet bar, a spacious formal dining room, an eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, and a magnificent media room/lounge. On its ‘penthouse level’ is a full master retreat with spectacular city views and separate office/sitting room. For visitors, there’s an additional, private first floor guest suite with an attached bath.

The home is located on a historic block at the end of a quiet cul de sac, yet within moments of the Sunset Strip.

For more information on the property, click HERE.

To read the Los Angeles Times article, click HERE.
People, HERE.
Variety, click HERE.
Mansion Global, HERE.
Yahoo, HERE.

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