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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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According to Susan G. Komen, 1 in 8 women in the U.S. will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime and more than 200,000 women and men throughout the country will be diagnosed this year alone. Luckily, organizations likeSusan G. Komen and National Breast Cancer Foundation are doing their part to provide help and inspire hope for those affected through early detection, education, and support services. In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the following are five ways you can make a difference this October.

Host An Event: Sponsoring a fundraiser for the National Breast Cancer Foundation is a great way to support breast cancer research, treatment, and education. Whether you’re celebrating a big day or just want to get some friends together

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At The Agency, we’re deeply invested in the Los Angeles community and dedicated to doing our part to create more affordable homeownership opportunities locally and worldwide. Through partnerships with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles (Habitat L.A.) and Giveback Homes, our agents and staff have collaborated on build days and raised funds to help families in need obtain safe and affordable housing.

On Thursday, October 13, Habitat L.A. will host its annual Los Angeles Builders Ball at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel, with proceeds going to support the organization’s efforts to revitalize neighborhoods and make homeownership a possibility for thousands of L.A. residents in need. The event will bring together top builders, developers and

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Bravo Media has announced the hit television show “Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles,” starring The Agency’s own James Harris and David Parnes, will be premiering its latest season with a special extended episode on Thursday, October 6 at 9pm ET/PT.

Last season, David surprised his girlfriend Adrian with a romantic proposal in Italy—and of course, she accepted! James and David sold three houses to a single client, and the duo made a deal for one of Hollywood’s most iconic buildings, maintaining their status as two of the top agents in the Los Angeles luxury real estate market.

"We are really thrilled about the upcoming season. The market is exciting and Los Angeles is changing. We've been lucky enough to have a great year with amazing

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L.A. creative buffs unite: this October, the MAK Architecture Tour will be showcasing nine of the city’s most architecturally significant private residences, all designed by disciples of Frank Lloyd Wright, Richard Neutra, and R.M. Schindler.

The self-guided tour will take approximately four hours and includes stops in Silver Lake, Echo Park, and Mount Washington. Highlights include the Jules Salkin House in Echo Park, which made headlines as a “long-lost John Lautner house” when it came on the market two years ago, the Birtcher-Share House in Mount Washington, and the R.M. Schindler-designed Oliver House in Silver Lake.

Meant to highlight important lineages of modern architecture in L.A., the tour will emphasize the various influences that made

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Tired of the mile-long lines at Cinespia’s Hollywood Forever Cemetery movie screenings but still a glutton for a picnic and a flick? Cinefamily has partnered with Barnsdall Art Park Foundation and will be kicking off a new wine and movie fundraising series that most people might not know about just yet. Starting Labor Day weekend, al fresco film lovers can head to the west lawn of the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Hollyhock House in Barnsdall Art Park for a night of food, wine and cinema. Each night kicks off with a picnic, live music and wine tasting and culminates in a movie screening at sundown. Don’t expect your typical blockbuster lineup here, though. Cinefamily is known for erring on the foreign and experimental side, and already-announced

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