Kevin Tidwells Buyer Picks up Cheers Writer Rob Longs Venice Home

Cheer writer Rob Long recently sold his Venice abode to Rodeo Realty agent Kevin Tidwells’ buyers.


The writers home was featured in the Los Angeles Times, along with other news outlets. The home, which sold for $3.7 million is a 110-year old Transitional Craftsman dating back to 1909.

As the Los Angeles Times points out, that was also the year former President William Howard Taft began his term.  An interesting fact for an interesting home.

The four bedroom home brims with charm. From the built-in cherry wood bookshelves in the library to the antique chandeliers in the dining room. In the recently updated kitchen is a bluestone island and La Cornue range. The abode also features a maturely landscaped yard that fills out the urban space and patio. Lest we not for get the Pizza Oven out back.

Long, whose TV credits include sitcoms “Cheers” and “Kevin Can Wait” bought the home in 1998, living there for more than two decades before deciding to sell. He has won six Golden Globes and is also the co-creator of such hits like “Sullivan & Son. “Love & Money” and “George & Leo”.

About Kevin Tidwell

Kevin Tidwell’s experience in real estate started at a young age when he built a business that served LA’s top luxury real estate agents. He went on to become a successful serial entrepreneur and an International Tax Lawyer before launching his real estate career with Rodeo Realty.

Kevin’s diverse experience, unique skill set, and wealth of market knowledge make him an elite real estate agent who provides clients with exceptional value and a superior level of service. If you are looking to buy, sell, or invest in real estate, request a private appointment with Kevin to learn more about how he can help you exceed your real estate goals in less time with less frustration.

About Rodeo Realty

Rodeo Realty is a residential real estate firm that has more than 1,200 licensed agents and brokers and 12 offices throughout Los Angeles and Ventura counties.

Rodeo Realty services various markets in Southern California, including luxury real estate markets. The company’s celebrity and other multi-million dollar listings are regularly featured in the news through several television networks, online sites and publications.

Operated under the direction and vision of a single owner, Rodeo Realty stands today as one of the largest independent real estate companies in the nation, while still maintaining the friendly approach of the neighborhood REALTOR®. As the largest independent real estate brokerage headquartered in Beverly Hills and operating throughout the Los Angeles area, with the highest sales volume, Rodeo Realty has the resources to provide the best tools in the industry to deliver the very best results.

A Wish Granted: Bobby Karami’s Clients Receive Grant Checks towards New Home

CAR and SRAR continue dedicated efforts towards affordable housing.

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (May 17, 2019)- This past April, Bobby Karami of Rodeo Realty Calabasas helped his most recent buyers secure their dream home. How was this accomplished you might ask?

Through the CAR and SRAR Grant Fund. Karami applied for the grant on behalf of his buyers and both in turn received a check for $2,000 towards their HOA dues.

He went on to share with us that additional details of the overall process. Stating “They offered this grant for my buyers who bought after February and worked with a realtor”.

In the Golden State, the primary sources of home funding include downpayment loans and grants, mortgage credit certificates, sleeping seconds and bond-rate financing, In addition, many local, state and national housing assistance agencies offer programs to help first-time and low-income homebuyers obtain affordable housing.

Federal and state governments, local communities, and non-profit organizations offer homeownership assistance in the form of grants or gifts. These gifts don’t have to be repaid as long as borrowers meet the individual program’s requirements.

Southland Regional Association of Realtors®, in partnership with the California Association of Realtors® Housing Affordability Fund, is providing grants to qualified first-time home buyers up to six month of HOA dues, not to exceed $2000. Applicants must meet certain requirements, including income limitations

In addition to these grants on November, 2002, CALIFORNIA REALTORS® unveiled the Housing Affordability Fund, a non-profit 501(c)(3) dedicated to addressing California’s growing housing affordability crisis. In the midst of skyrocketing housing costs, REALTORS® were bearing witness to more working families getting pushed away from the American dream of homeownership. The Housing Affordability Fund was established to provide more options for first time homebuyers’ entry into homeownership.

With numerous resources for first time homebuyers, finding your dream home is even more seamless with dedicated agents like Bobby Karami.

About Bobby Karami

My path to the real estate industry was anything but direct.  While the journey here has not been quick nor easy, it has made me the father, husband, and REALTOR® that I am today. I would love nothing more than to lend my knowledge and experience toward helping you with your real estate endeavors, but I don’t expect your business simply because of our relationship—I only ask that you take the time to interview me and see if I might be the best agent for you. Thank you for taking the time to learn about me. When you or someone you know is in need of a real estate agent, I hope you give me the opportunity to demonstrate my services and interview for the job.

Learn more about Bobby here.

About CAR

C.A.R. Mission Statement
The purpose of the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® is to serve its membership in developing and promoting programs and services that will enhance the members’ freedom and ability to conduct their individual businesses successfully with integrity and competency, and through collective action, to promote real property ownership and the preservation of real property rights.

C.A.R. Vision Statement
The REALTOR® organization will be the pre-eminent source of essential business services and the association of choice for real estate professionals committed to excellence.

For more information regarding Homeowners Association Grants and C.A.R’s additional services click here.

About SRAR


To be the association of choice for real estate professionals.

The Southland Regional Association of REALTORS® is the “Voice For Real Estate” in the San Fernando and Santa Clarita valleys. Our mission is to provide products and services to our members so that they may successfully pursue the real estate profession with fairness, competency and high ethical standards, and, through collective action, promote the preservation of real property rights.

Founded in 1920, SRAR represents approximately 10,300 members and is one of the largest local REALTOR® associations in the country. All members of SRAR are members of the California Association of REALTORS® and National Association of REALTORS® and subscribe to a strict Code of Ethics.

For more information on S.R.A.R. click here.

About Rodeo Realty

Rodeo Realty is a residential real estate firm that has more than 1,200 licensed agents and brokers and 12 offices throughout Los Angeles and Ventura counties.

Rodeo Realty services various markets in Southern California, including luxury real estate markets. The company’s celebrity and other multi-million dollar listings are regularly featured in the news through several television networks, online sites and publications.

Operated under the direction and vision of a single owner, Rodeo Realty stands today as one of the largest independent real estate companies in the nation, while still maintaining the friendly approach of the neighborhood REALTOR®. As the largest independent real estate brokerage headquartered in Beverly Hills and operating throughout the Los Angeles area, with the highest sales volume, Rodeo Realty has the resources to provide the best tools in the industry to deliver the very best results.

For media inquiries, please contact:

Samira Murphy

Public Relations


LA Eats of the Week

With so many news eateries popping up throughout the year in LA, it can cause a bit of restaurant whiplash. Thats why we decided to narrow down your options with our weekly pick of the best places in town, so you can spend time enjoying and less time reading Yelp reviews. Read on to see whose serving up the best cuisine in this edition of LA Eats of the week!


Dudley Market

Location: Venice, CA 90291

Conner Mitchell, who previous opened the first rendition of Dudley Market a few years ago with Jesse Barber, has taken over this space again with a seafood and wine-focused menu that caters to the beachside neighborhood. The menu is reasonably priced, expansive (there’s meat and veggies too), and a fantastic list of wines that span the globe. Think of this as Dudley Market 2.0 in all the best ways.

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Teddy’s Red Tacos Venice

Location: Venice, CA 90291

This popular East LA birria de res eatery has expanded to a prime street location in Venice’s Boardwalk, which is amazing news for taco fans on the Westside. With freshly chopped, slow-cooked beef served in warm tortillas and covered in a red-tinted consomme broth, this Tijuana dish is quickly taking over every corner of Los Angeles — even the sunny enclave of Venice.

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Yours Truly

Location: Venice, CA

71Above chef Vartan Abgaryan ventures over to the Westside to work a completely different kind of restaurant: an a la carte menu with a neighborhood vibe. The menu spans a lot of Californian seasonality with LA’s international flavors, but expect polished, cheeky dishes from one of the city’s most capable culinary minds. Think hot shrimp on toast, a seafood take on the Nashville classic.

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Audrey at the Hammer

Location: Los Angeles, CA 90024
(310) 443-7037

The Hammer Museum’s new ground floor restaurant is a stylish, lovely place to enjoy a buttoned up meal from restaurateur Soa Davis Forrest and former Maison Premiere (Brooklyn) chef Lisa Giffen, who combine gorgeous seasonal produce with a suave, every day menu of American fare. The razor clams and pork porterhouse are two highlights, and are strong proof that Westwood has long needed a restaurant like this.

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Location: Los Angeles, CA

Highly-regarded San Francisco chef Daniel Patterson brings his Alta restaurant to West Adams, installing Watts native Keith Corbin as the chef. The fare and vibe is spot-on for what the neighborhood needs, a well composed dining room that doesn’t feel fussy with some “California soul food” to match on the menu. Corbin takes comfortable classics like fried chicken, oxtails and rice, and collard greens and puts a bit of finesse on them.

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Spoon By H

Location: Los Angeles, CA

This beloved neighborhood dessert cafe has now been discovered as one of LA’s most creative Korean restaurants. Yoonjin Hwang plates delicious, and gorgeous, plates of new school Korean comfort dishes. Everyone should order the drinks and desserts too, because they’re just begging to show up on Instagram.


Location: Los Angeles, CA 90036

Former Ortolan chef Christophe Eme is back cooking elegant wine-friendly French cuisine along La Brea Avenue in a sleek little dining room. Grown-up restaurants like this aren’t as common, so it’s great to come in, sip excellent wine, and take in a few beautifully plated courses of Eme’s fine dining-level food.


Location: Los Angeles, CA 90038

Talented chef Eric Bost has put together one of LA’s most refined new restaurants in Auburn, into the totally remade former Hatfield’s space on Melrose. The dining room boasts a Nordic minimalist look with subtle birch-style wood, lightly plastered gray walls, an open ceiling. and ample greenery. The menu is clever and creative, with twelve courses — nine savory and three sweet — with diners picking a choice of any four, six, or nine. Meals start at $75 and go up to $150 depending on the number of courses, plus more for wine pairings, but one could see this elegant but relatively approachable experience is clearly reaching for Michelin status.

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The Arthur J

Location: Manhattan Beach, CA

For midcentury vibes and classic service, The Arthur J fits the bill in Manhattan Beach. Offering a wide menu of comfort food, grilled steaks, and fantastic seafood, the crowded dining room is one of the South Bay’s most popular restaurants. Don’t skip dessert either from talented pastry chef Uyen Nguyen, like the persimmon upside-down cake.

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Location: Los Angeles, CA

LA’s having a bit of a fine dining moment, and Somni is certainly up there with one of the most ambitious tasting menus. Aitor Zabala brings experience from José Andrés’s restaurants as well as the famed El Bulli to put together a Spanish and globally-inspired journey through some of LA’s top avant-garde cooking. The price is high, but the experience is special enough to make it worth it.

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Weekend Events: May 17-19

While the weather this week has been less than sunny. the events taking place are sure to brighten your day. Don’t let a little overcast keep you inside this weekend! Venture out our fellow angeleno’s with this weeks round-up of fun things to do happening in and around LA!

Friday, May 17
Lang Lang & Beethoven

Location: Walt Disney Concert Hall

This Performance Dudamel leads Haydn’s masterful 101st Symphony. Superstar Lang Lang joins in for Beethoven’s second-written, but first-published, concerto, a delightful, bracing statement to Vienna that he had arrived.

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Pop-Up Magazine

Location: Theatre at Ace Hotel

Pop-Up Magazine is a live magazine—a night of new, true stories about the fascinating world around us. Each issue is different from the last, with photography, film, radio, and original music mixed together and performed live onstage by a cast of talented people. Past contributors include bestselling authors like Michael Pollan, Alice Walker, Susan Orlean, and award-winning documentary filmmakers like Ava DuVernay, Alex Gibney, Barry Jenkins among other notable guest.

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AfterDark 2019

Location: Long Beach Museum of Art

Raise a glass with us at AfterDark – the Museum’s Summer Exhibition Celebration with live music, food and drinks! VIP & Museum Member opening, 5 – 7 pm is FREE. Non Museum Members welcome 7 – 10 pm with $20 admission. This year’s annual event celebrates the opening of Voyeur, a large-scale retrospective of the work of American painter Patrick Angus (1953 – 1992). The expansive exhibition of paintings and works on paper allows intimate insights into the development of Angus’s body of work, revealing a window to his personal life and the New York City gay scene.

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Saturday, May 18
Long Beach Pride Festival

Location:Marina Green Park

Long Beach Pride Festival has become the 2nd largest revenue generating event for the City of Long Beach. The Long Beach Pride Festival, now attracts over 80,000 participants over the 2-day event.

The Long Beach Pride Festival is inclusive and strives to promote an environment that is free from prejudice and bias.

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Beverly Hills artSHOW

Location: Beverly Gardens Park

The Spring artSHOW will take place on May 18 & 19, 2019.   The free show features art by over 245 artists from around the nation who showcase their work in painting, sculpture, watercolor, photography, mixed media, ceramics, jewelry, drawing and printmaking.

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12th Annual HomeWalk 5k Family Run/Walk

Location: Grand Park, DTLA

Join United Way of Greater Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Rams, City Council members, advocates and your fellow Angelenos in walking together to support neighbors experiencing homelessness. HomeWalk has mobilized more than 100,000 participants, raised $8.6 million to end homelessness, and transformed the lives of over 19,000 individuals with the stability of a home.

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Sunday, May 19
ARTsea 2019-Marina Del Rey’s Party on the Beach

Location: Marina Del Rey

After its successful debut in 2017 in LA’s Marina—the region’s premier watersports and boating destination—ARTsea, Marina Del Rey’s Party on the Beach, will return to “Mother’s” Beach in Marina del Rey for two days. Admission is FREE! ARTsea highlights include: Curated art galleries featuring local artists, Participatory art workshops and interactive activities, Large-scale art installations, A marketplace with local artisan-made craft items, food trucks as well as a Beer & Wine garden and All-day musical entertainment.

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12th Annual Russian Arts and Culture Festival

Location: Plummer Park, West Hollywood

The 18th Annual Russian Arts and Culture Festival is a day of family-friendly events celebrating the rich culture and heritage of the more than 500,000 members of the Los Angeles region’s Russian-speaking community. The Festival is free and open to the public and it will include a day of entertainment, music, food vendors, Russian crafts and jewelry, and numerous local exhibitors.

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The Topanga Banjo Fiddle Contest

Location: Paramount Ranch

It’s a GO for the Topanga Banjo*Fiddle Contest and Folk Music Festival! On the Main Stage, this year, is Angel City Bluegrass Band, Sausage Grinder, Hot October (Bluegrass) and Evie Ladin. The vent will feature: Contests on 4 stages, Food trucks galore, Workshops, Hand-made craft booths, Exhibit booths, Children’s’ activities, Folk, Square and Flat-foot dancing.

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Natural Home Remedies for Pest

Spring Flowers bring May showers and also sometimes unwanted guest. With so many choices for how to rid your house of unexpected visitors, why not go the natural route? Read our list of Natural Home Remedies for Pest control and keep your house pest free this season.

1. Garlic-Mint Insect Spray

For outdoor pest-control, try cooking up this Hometalker’s  mixture of Garlic-Mint spray. Just take some mint leaves and garlic cloves and blend them in a food processor, then add a bit of cayenne pepper and a drop of dishwashing liquid. Bring the whole concoction to a boil and let sit overnight. Strain it into a spray bottle and voila! – keep your greens growing strong and pest free!

2. Coffee grounds

Critters and pests don’t love your coffee like you do — in fact, they hate it. For ants, coffee grounds are fatal. Try getting rid of bugs by utilizing recycled coffee grounds around your home in the area from which you think the bugs are emerging.

3. Soap spray insecticide

A very similar homemade pesticide to the oil spray is a soap spray, which is also effective for controlling mites, aphids, whiteflies, beetles, and other hungry little insects. To make a basic soap spray insecticide, mix 1 1/2 teaspoons of a mild liquid soap (such as castile soap) with 1 quart of water, and spray the mixture directly on the infected surfaces of the plants. A soap spray insecticide works in a similar fashion as an oil spray pesticide, and can be applied as necessary (though it is always recommended to NOT apply it during the hot sunny part of the day, but rather in the evenings or early mornings).

4. Dust Mite Oil Repellent

For your own dust mite repellent spray, try mixing either Clove, Eucalyptus, Lavender, Peppermint or Rosemary oil into a spray bottle of water and use it to mist your bed lightly. Allow the spray to air dry. Mites detest these scents and will stay away from them. For additional pest control, try a mixture of Basil and Lemongrass to not only repel dust mites, but also fleas and lice.

5. Hot Pepper Spray

For a hotter kind of pest control in the garden, try mixing 1 gallon of water and 3 tablespoons of hot pepper flakes or 10 peppers chopped up finely if you’re using fresh peppers (cayenne works the best but other varieties work as well). Simmer ingredients in a pan for 15 minutes and then let it sit for 24 hours before straining. Add a couple drops of dish soap to help the solution adhere to your plants.

6. Apple Cider Vinegar Fruit Fly Trap

For this fruit fly trap, you will need a bottle or other kind of container with a shaker or funnel shaped top, so that flies can get in but not out. Fill the bottom of the bottle with apple cider vinegar or vinegar and chopped apple pieces and get rid of that buzzing in your ear.

7. Tomato leaf as a natural insecticide

I have to admit that this one is new to me, but I’ve seen enough mentions of it now to warrant its inclusion here as a natural pesticide. Tomato plants are part of the nightshade family, and as such, contain alkaloids such as the aptly named “tomatine,” which can effectively control aphids and other insects. To make tomato leaf spray for a natural insecticide, chop 2 cups of fresh tomato leaves (which can be taken from the bottom part of the plant) into 1 quart of water, and let steep overnight. Strain out the plant material and spray onto plant foliage.

8. Bananas and Tin Foil

To rid your garden of aphids, place chopped up banana peel under the soil line around the stems of your plants. This deters the nasty critters and adds some nutrients to the soil. As an additional trick, to chase aphids from the underside of leaves, place foil around the base of your plant. The light from the sun will reflect off of the foil and onto the underside of the leaves. Be careful though — too much light might scorch the plant.

9. Chrysanthemum Flower Tea

These flowers hold a powerful plant chemical component called pyrethrum. This substance invades the nervous system of insects, rendering them immobile. You can make your own spray by boiling 100 grams of dried flowers into 1 liter of water. Boil dried flowers in water for twenty minutes. Strain, cool, and pour into a spray bottle. Can be stored for up to two months. You can also add some organic neem oil to enhance the effectiveness.

10. Salt Spray

For treating plants infested with spider mites, mix two tablespoons of Himalayan Crystal Salt into one gallon of warm water and spray on infected areas.

10 Tips for a Good Night Sleep

Think about all the factors that can interfere with a good night’s sleep — from work stress and family responsibilities to unexpected challenges, such as illnesses. It’s no wonder that quality sleep is sometimes elusive.

While you might not be able to control the factors that interfere with your sleep, you can adopt habits that encourage better sleep. Start with these simple tips.

1. Stick to a sleep schedule

Set aside no more than eight hours for sleep. The recommended amount of sleep for a healthy adult is at least seven hours. Most people don’t need more than eight hours in bed to achieve this goal. Go to bed and get up at the same time every day. Try to limit the difference in your sleep schedule on weeknights and weekends to no more than one hour. Being consistent reinforces your body’s sleep-wake cycle. If you don’t fall asleep within about 20 minutes, leave your bedroom and do something relaxing. Read or listen to soothing music. Go back to bed when you’re tired. Repeat as needed.

2. Pay attention to what you eat and drink

Don’t go to bed hungry or stuffed. In particular, avoid heavy or large meals within a couple of hours of bedtime. Your discomfort might keep you up. Nicotine, caffeine and alcohol deserve caution, too. The stimulating effects of nicotine and caffeine take hours to wear off and can wreak havoc on quality sleep. And even though alcohol might make you feel sleepy, it can disrupt sleep later in the night.

3. Create a restful environment

Create a room that’s ideal for sleeping. Often, this means cool, dark and quiet. Exposure to light might make it more challenging to fall asleep. Avoid prolonged use of light-emitting screens just before bedtime. Consider using room-darkening shades, earplugs, a fan or other devices to create an environment that suits your needs. Doing calming activities before bedtime, such as taking a bath or using relaxation techniques, might promote better sleep.

4. Limit daytime naps

Long daytime naps can interfere with nighttime sleep. If you choose to nap, limit yourself to up to 30 minutes and avoid doing so late in the day. If you work nights, however, you might need to nap late in the day before work to help make up your sleep debt.

5. Include physical activity in your daily routine

Regular physical activity can promote better sleep. Avoid being active too close to bedtime, however. Spending time outside every day might be helpful, too.

6. Manage worries

Try to resolve your worries or concerns before bedtime. Jot down what’s on your mind and then set it aside for tomorrow. Stress management might help. Start with the basics, such as getting organized, setting priorities and delegating tasks. Meditation also can ease anxiety.

7. Increase Bright Light Exposure During The Day

Your body has a natural time-keeping clock known as your circadian rhythm. It affects your brain, body and hormones, helping you stay awake and telling your body when it’s time to sleep. Natural sunlight or bright light during the day helps keep your circadian rhythm healthy. This improves daytime energy, as well as nighttime sleep quality and duration. While most research is in people with severe sleep issues, daily light exposure will most likely help you even if you experience average sleep. Try getting daily sunlight exposure or — if this is not practical — invest in an artificial bright-light device or bulbs.

8. Reduce Blue Light Exposure in the Evening

Exposure to light during the day is beneficial, but nighttime light exposure has the opposite effect. Again, this is due to its impact on your circadian rhythm, tricking your brain into thinking it is still daytime. This reduces hormones like melatonin, which help you relax and get deep sleep. Blue light — which electronic devices like smartphones and computers emit in large amounts — is the worst in this regard.

9. Optimize Your Bedroom Environment

Many people believe that the bedroom environment and its setup are key factors in getting a good night’s sleep. These factors include temperature, noise, external lights and furniture arrangement. Numerous studies point out that external noise, often from traffic, can cause poor sleep and long-term health issues. To optimize your bedroom environment, try to minimize external noise, light and artificial lights from devices like alarm clocks. Make sure your bedroom is a quiet, relaxing, clean and enjoyable place.

10. Exercise Regularly — But Not Before Bed

Exercise is one of the best science-backed ways to improve your sleep and health. It can enhance all aspects of sleep and has been used to reduce symptoms of insomnia. One study in older adults determined that exercise nearly halved the amount of time it took to fall asleep and provided 41 more minutes of sleep at night. Although daily exercise is key for a good night’s sleep, performing it too late in the day may cause sleep problems. This is due to the stimulatory effect of exercise, which increases alertness and hormones like epinephrine and adrenaline. However, some studies show no detrimental effects, so it clearly depends on the individual.

Out and About: LA’s Best Wineries

Sip into something new this weekend. With so many wineries and wine tasting lounges in LA, you De-cant say no to our list of choices. From Zinfandel to Pinot Noir and everything in between spend some time Out and About at LA’s best wineries.

Malibu Wine Safari’s

Location: Malibu, CA

At the top of the list and an obvious given is LA’s favorite wine stop. What makes Malibu Wine Safari’s so special is all in the name. Enjoy your glass of choice while touring through their vineyards and encounter safari animals along the way.

For more information click here.

REV Winery

Location: Covina, CA

One of the first to take on the trend of urban wineries is the Covina located REV Winery. REV takes the wine-making process another step further by producing wine that is non-sulfited, vegan and gluten free from organic grapes. Each bottle has a unique history and original artwork.

For more information click here.

Firestone Vineyard

Location: Los Olivos, CA

Located in beautiful Santa Barbara, Firestone is more than your average state winery, holding concert events and even offering a cellar club membership and property rental for private events. This along with an amazing history of quality and fantastic wine makes Firestone the day-trip perfect choice.

For more information click here.

San Antonio Winery

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Situated in DTLA, San Antonio Winery offers three tastings as a perfect intro to new flavors or forgotten favorites in their urban setting. They also have a restaurant with a menu designed around their wine selection. along with public and private events.

For more information click here.

Ojai Vineyard Tasting Room

Location: Ojai, CA

Located in downtown Ojai, this winery is one of only four in the town but well worth the visit. Enjoy their Five Wine Flight as their wine expert guides you through the notes of your Syrah or chardonnay. A welcoming staff and reasonably priced wine makes this an ideal stop for wine enthusiasts.

For more information click here.

Josh Flagg receives Ambassador Award

The Bravo star and Rodeo Realty Top Producer receives recognition for his philanthropic work.

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif (May 9, 2019)-Mr. Flagg is at it again. Not with his vloggs (although they are worth the watch as a weekly treat), but as an impressive community member. A born and raised Angeleno, Josh Flagg has always made it a point to give back to his community. It should therefor come as no surprise that earlier in the year he was presented with the Ambassador Award by the Guardians of Los Angeles Jewish Home at their 80th celebration.

The mission of the Guardians is to provide financial support for seniors and needy members of the Jewish community served by the Los Angeles Jewish Home, through residential and community-based programs. The organization was founded in 1938 by a handful of volunteers.

The event, dubbed “1938: A Comedy Night for the Ages,” drew more than 650 attendees and raised over $630,000, said Jessi Cazary, manager of the Guardians.

Josh currently serves on the ‘Guardians’ executive board. Along with his contributions to the ‘Guardians’ Josh also sits on the Board of Governors for Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.

Josh and his husband, Bobby Boyd, also a top-producing Rodeo Realty agent, founded The Josh Flagg and Bobby Boyd Family Foundation to continue support of many different causes especially locally in Los Angeles.

It is through their ongoing philanthropic endeavors and presence as LA residents and top-producing agents that their impact can be seen throughout and even beyond Los Angeles.
In Josh’s own words, “My grandparents and parents instilled in me at a very young age that giving back to the community is the most important thing you can do if you’re privileged enough to do that, not only financially, but privileged as a human being that you would want to help other people with your time.”
About Josh Flagg:
Josh Flagg is one of America’s most successful and sought after luxury real estate agents, having completed more than two billion dollars in residential real estate sales in the past 13 years. As of 2015, Flagg has become the number two volume agent in Los Angeles and the number three agent in sales in California.
His record sales and unrelenting work ethic have Josh currently recognized by The Wall Street Journal as one of the top-ranked agents in California and nationally by sales volume and as a top 25 real estate agent by The Hollywood Reporter. He has been the agent for many of Hollywood’s biggest names including Adam Levine, Steve Aoki, Shonda Rhymes, and Chicago’s Robert Lamm to name a few. In 2012 Josh earned the distinction of being named a Forbes’ 30 under 30.

Josh is the star of Bravo’s hit show Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles now in its tenth Season and he has appeared on the show since its debut season. Josh also regularly appears as a real estate expert on various Fox Business shows, CNBC’s Squawk Box, NBC’s Today Show, E!, CBS The Insider, Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live, ABC’s Good Morning America, as well as in the pages of The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Forbes Magazine, and Variety among others.
About The Guardians of Los Angeles Jewish Home:
The mission of The Guardians of the Los Angeles Jewish Home is to provide financial support for elderly and needy members of the Los Angeles Jewish community who are served by the Los Angeles Jewish Home, through residential and community-based programs.

On May 16, 1938 a group of Angelenos gathered to form what is now known as The Guardians of the Los Angeles Jewish Home. We are the largest support group of its kind in the United States and are primarily a volunteer-driven organization. The Guardians of the Los Angeles Jewish Home is one of the preeminent charitable endeavors in Los Angeles.

For media inquiries, please contact:

Samira Murphy

Public Relations-Rodeo Realty


John Galich List Former Estate of 20th Century Fox Founder Darryl Zanuck

20th Century Pictures Founder’s Former Estate is up for Sale.

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif (May 10, 2019)- The former home of Media Mogul and 20th Century Pictures(now Fox) Founder Darryl Zanuck recently hit the market. Listed by Rodeo Realty’s John Galich, the abode has already began to receive press coverage. A name synonymous with Hollywood new and old, the estate was home to Zanuck and actress Virginia Fox during the 1920’s-40’s.

It was during his residency in the Spanish Colonial that he left Warner Brothers to found Twentieth Century Pictures in the 1930’s. The Golden Era estate still remains much of its old world charm after undergoing a recent renovation. The LA Times described the home stylishly, noting “the lavish living spaces mirror the glitz and glamour of Hollywood’s golden age”.

The property brims with the classic charm of that time carefully blended into its recent multi-year rebuild and restoration featuring updated modern amenities. The estates original details have been beautifully enhanced by the addition elegant touches like countless French doors that allow for a more modern indoor-outdoor flow. Outdoors, the walled and gated grounds are lushly planted with specimen trees and tall hedges that allow for privacy and multiple areas for entertaining guest amongst a lavish setting.

Nestled in Beverly Hills, the exquisite abode is ready for its “close-up” and next Hollywood chapter.

Darryl Zanuck who passed away in 1979, earned three Academy Awards during his prolific film career. During his time at Twentieth Century Pictures, later becoming Twentieth Century Fox, he produced notable hits like “Les Miserables”, “Moulin Rouge” and “The House of Rothschild”.

This listing is held by John Galich and Co-listing agent Dan Schott.
Listing Price: $9,500,00

For more information regarding this listing, click here.

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About John Galich Group:

Our team brings the highest level of discretion, attention to detail and care to a client base that ranges from the first time buyer to experienced investors. We provide a comprehensive knowledge of Los Angeles real estate that includes Beverly Hills, Hollywood Hills, West Hollywood, Hancock Park, Los Feliz, Silver Lake, Prime Valley neighborhoods and out to the Beaches… We represent a collective 48+ years in Real Estate bringing all of our own market experiences to the team.

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