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Our picks of places to go + things to do to make the most out of your March.

TRAVEL TO → Palm Springs for great events throughout the month of March. BNP Paribas Open runs March 6 - 19 in Indian Wells. The largest ATP World Tour Masters 1000 and WTA Premier combined event in the world, you’ll get the chance to play in world-class tennis facilities and participate in a variety of unique clinics. If fashion’s more your speed, head to El Paseo for El Paseo Fashion Week from March 18 - 25. The 12th annual Fashion Week event will feature runway shows with a line-up of top designers, trunk shows, and more. Be sure to stop by the reception tent and enjoy The Agency Lounge. And don’t forget to checkout Desert X, now through April 30 in The Coachella

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The 2017 Genesis Open may have been delayed by L.A.'s rather rainy winter, but the weather didn't stand in the way of a terrific ending to the tournament. The world's best golfers competed at the Riviera Country Club, with only one taking home the trophy. 

The play came to a close on Sunday, February 19, when The Agency hosted the VIP lounge, The Backlot, where guests mingled and enjoyed views of the 18th hole. Guests toasted with signature Bloody Marys, nibbled on brunch bites, danced to the house DJ and enjoyed the chic setting created by Calamigos Ranch.

The Agency's CEO Mauricio Umansky also competed alongside Ernie Els in the Pro-Am tournament this past Wednesday. The final round closed with Dustin Johnson ultimately capturing the trophy,

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For the third year in a row, The Agency was proud to be the exclusive sponsor of the VIP Lounge at The LA Art Show, which took place between January 10 and 14 at The Los Angeles Convention Center. One of the country’s most celebrated annual art events, the show, now in its 22nd year, kicked off with a star-studded premiere party hosted by Emma Roberts to benefit St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.

Drawing inspiration from our favorite living rooms, The Agency’s Partner and Founding Member, Paul Lester, teamed up with Meridith Baer Home to present an elegant and eclectic hangout for this year’s VIP Lounge that also served as an exhibition space in its own right. Street artists from across Los Angeles, including booleep, Megzany, Jennifer

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It may not feel much like Christmas in L.A. by accounts of the weather, but when the sun sets and the twinkle lights turn on, it’s a pleasant reminder. Whether you’re in full holiday mode or could use a little more cheer, we’ve rounded up our favorite holiday light displays in L.A. that are sure to get you in the spirit.

Candy Cane Lane

A neighborhood tradition for more than 60 years, Candy Cane Lane sees some eight square blocks in Woodland Hills transformed into a Christmas wonderland with lights and decorations that would put Clark Griswold’s over-the-top Christmas Vacation light display to shame. The lights are located at the intersection of Lubao and Oxnard Streets and last through the end of the year.

Venice Canals

venicecanalsIt’s fun to roam

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Our picks of places to go + things to do to make the most out of your December.

SHOP HERE   Echo Park Craft Fair Dec. 10 & 11 (10 to 6 pm)Need a gift for that special someone? Skip the mall this holiday and head to the historic Mack Sennett studios in Silverlake. The fair will showcase works by 120 artisans, designers, and craftspeople, as well as artisanal foods and coffees from local eateries, snacks and drinks from Moon Juice, a speciality cocktail bar hosted by Spare Room, and eclectic music curated by Dublab DJs.

GET IN THE SPIRIT AT → Skypark’s Santa’s Village. This kitschy Christmas wonderland near Lake Arrowhead was a holiday favorite amongst California families for decades until shuttering in the late nineties—and this year it’s back

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On Sunday, November 13, Cindy Ambuehl and The Agency joined P.S. ARTS and fellow sponsors at Santa Monica’s Barker Hangar for the organization’s 26th annual “Express Yourself” event, raising more than half a million dollars to fund year-long arts education for nearly 3,000 Los Angeles students.

Driven to improve the lives of children by providing high-quality arts education to California’s underserved public schools and communities, the star-studded event drew some 1,500 guests, including Adam Scott, Mark Feuerstein, Heidi Klum, and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia stars Mary Elizabeth Ellis and Charlie Day.

In keeping with P.S. ARTS’ mission, the hangar was transformed into an arts and crafts wonderland complete with colorful tents, photo

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The Agency officially launched its Turks and Caicos location as part of its international expansion. Consistently ranked among the world’s best islands and beaches, Turks and Caicos has become a premier Caribbean destination and one of the hottest luxury real estate markets in the world.

"We couldn't be happier with our expansion into Turks and Caicos. The Agency's vision and market-leading process and platform have changed the practice of residential real estate," says Ian Hurdle, Managing Partner, The Agency - Turks and Caicos. "We are thrilled to see the office open its doors and we look forward to getting more involved in the community."

As The Agency expands, the team is ready to fulfill the needs of their clientele, from elegant oceanfront

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On May 19, 1962, in front of a crowd of 15,000 guests at Madison Square Garden, Marilyn Monroe slipped off her ermine fur coat and performed what might be the sultriest rendition of the “Happy Birthday” song the world had ever seen. On the receiving end of the ditty was none other than President John F. Kennedy, who was celebrating his 45th birthday.

It’s hard to say what wowed the crowd more that night—Monroe’s provocative performance or the barely-there dress she delivered it in. The custom Jean Louis gown, which was flesh-colored, backless, and covered in 2,500 handstitched rhinestones, is said to have been so tight-fitting that Monroe had to be sewn into it just moments before she took the stage. The night would mark one of the star’s last

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A Los Angeles-based writer and interior designer, Mallery Roberts Morgan is the Los Angeles correspondent of Architectural Digest France and the co-curator of DIEM: TALKS DESIGN, an annual symposium offering culturally resonating discussions, panels, and keynotes from leaders in the fields of design, fashion, architecture, and fine arts.

Presented by the West Hollywood Design District, the 5th annual DIEM: TALKS DESIGN, curated by Roberts Morgan and Frances Anderton (host of KCRW’s Design and Architecture), will explore the theme of ‘Co-Everything’ and feature a series of panels addressing the most interesting issues and trends in culture and design today.

Roberts Morgan graciously lent her time for a Q&A with The Agency to discuss this year’s

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Still mourning the loss of the Thin White Duke? Maybe a piece of art from the musical icon’s private collection will help ease the sting. Famous for his shape-shifting personas as Ziggy Stardust, Aladdin Sane, and yes, the Thin White Duke, the late David Bowie was perhaps less known as an avid art collector—and, true to his nature, the more idiosyncratic the work, the better.

A highlight of the auction, which will take place November 10–11 in London, is Bowie’s extensive collection of works by the Milan-based Memphis Group. An avant-garde design collaborative formed in the 1980s and led by Ettore Sottsass, Michele De Lucchi, and Andrea Branzi, among others, the group spearheaded the now widely recognized postmodern design movement. Relying heavily

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