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2030 Launch EventPhoto Credits Julie Zuckerbrod / Clinton Foundation

The Agency hosted an exclusive night with Clinton Foundation 20/30 – the Clinton Foundation’s new youth engagement program. 20/30 members and friends joined us at the stunning contemporary architectural home perched on celebrity-studded Oriole Way for the Los Angeles launch of the program.

Notable Clinton Foundation 20/30 members, including Amir Tehrani (Entrepreneur in Residence for Los Angeles, chosen by Mayor Garcetti), Darnell Strom (Executive in the Foundation Department at Creative Artists Agency), and Eric Braverman (CEO of the Clinton Foundation), spoke to the young emerging leaders of the Los Angeles community.

“We do better when we work together,” said Eric Braverman, CEO of The Clinton

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The Agency is proud to be sponsoring the MAK Games, which will be held on Sunday, October 12, at the Sheats/Goldstein house, an example of American Organic Architecture in Beverly Crest designed and built by architect John Lautner.

“Players will step onto an infinity court — meaning it seems to just drop off the canyon, designed by Duncan Nicholson, who worked with Lautner until he died,” writes the MAK Center. “Last year, Grammy-winning musician Brian Burton (Danger Mouse) and Oscar-winning screenwriter Stephen Gaghan played hard to win the MAK Cup. This year, they will return to the MAK Games to defend their title against challengers from the worlds of art, architecture, and entertainment. Competition will be fierce.”

Sheats/Goldstein HouseThe house, located on a shelf

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For many Angelenos, Memorial Day kicks off a summer full of festivals, outdoor events, live music and all manner of culinary and cultural happenings. Start the season off right with these fun Memorial Day weekend events!

Topanga Days May 24-26

Enjoy live music, great weather, the work of local artists and artisans, good eats and much more at the 41st annual Topanga Days. Musical headliners this year include Lockdown, Wooden Roots and Royal Southern Brotherhood among others. 1440 N. Topanga Cyn. Bl.

JazzReggae Festival May 25-26

Speaking of live music, this festival promises to be one of the grooviest in the country this weekend, with acts including Snoop Dogg, Aloe Blacc, Ky-Mani Marley, and many more. Tickets are $30-65, and the fest takes place

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Supercars, planes and helicopters descended on the Coachella Valley this March for The Agency Thermal Club takeover. The Agency hosted the exclusive weekend racing experience for friends and clients at the world-class racing facility in the desert, giving all in attendance a once-in-lifetime opportunity to push it to the limits.

While the Lamborghini Aventador (at right) appeared to be the supercar du jour for arrival, a few guests transported their vehicles in advance, including "Eleanor," the 1967 Ford Mustang featured in Gone In 60 Seconds.

Notable Los Angeles locals and business executives, including Kirk Hawkins (CEO and Founder of Icon Aircraft), Jeff Greenberg (Skechers Executive), Angus Mitchell (Co-owner of Paul Mitchell Systems) and Scott

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Get your palettes ready for Los Angeles Magazine's eighth annual The Food Event, held on October 20 from 2-5pm.

The affair brings together the best creations from LA’s top restaurants, advice from culinary experts and chefs, and of course, wine and other libations. Dozens of delicious creations will be available within one space – the Saddlerock Ranch in Malibu – and for one set price so you can enjoy it all.

food-1The year, relish in foods from some of the latest and greatest restaurants across the Los Angeles area, including Public School in Thousand Oaks, Fig Restaurant in Santa Monica, and one of the newest eateries and local favorites in Manhattan Beach, Little Sister (at right). Restaurants are still being added, so make sure to check back

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The fifth annual Los Angeles Beer Week returns to a bar near you this Thursday, September 19, and if you're wondering what's on tap, you’ve come to the right place. Aside from ticketed events, plenty of establishments—from Abigaile in Hermosa Beach to Turning Fork Gastropub in Studio City—are hosting ‘tap-takeovers’ and enticing deals to celebrate why we love local, small batch beer.

To start Beer Week on the right foot, trade in tokens for suds at the Stone Brewing Kick-Off party hosted by Verdugo Bar in Highland Park on Thursday, September 19 at 6 p.m. Wash your food truck dinner down with a commemorative glass of Stone Imperial Russian Stout or Double Bastard Ale.

If your idea of the perfect beer pairing involves ice cream, join them the

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Just as the last Spring ‘14 show was wrapping up at New York Fashion Week so, too, was an exclusive night of fashion taking place at Helmut Lang’s Los Angeles flagship store on Melrose Avenue in West Hollywood. On Thursday, September 12, friends, clients, and employees of The Agency gathered at the brand’s storefront to shop the Fall 2013 Collection and enjoy a special 20% discount off all purchases.

P1000268The location’s 1,125-square-foot space gleams with floor-to-16-foot-high ceiling glass windows, concrete floors and exposed beams that do well to compliment the designer’s minimalist and modern aesthetic—a color palette of white, grey, and black guiding the walls and accents of the interior. Guests would take a moment from browsing to sip champagne on

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What happens when a luxury real estate and lifestyle company, an Italian super sports car maker and one of America's "Top Chefs," along with celebrities, tastemakers and high-net-worth individuals, all converge in one stunning location just seconds above the Sunset Strip? You get the "Ultimate Open House" for 1232 Sunset Plaza, The Agency's new $28.8 million listing.

This powerful, California modern work of architecture, designed by the acclaimed architect Hagy Belzberg, played home to $1.5 million worth of Lamborghinis as well as food prepared by celebrity chef Michael Voltaggio of the renowned LA restaurant ink.

096The secluded, resort-like sanctuary - which includes a 10,500-square-foot Main Residence, 725-square-foot Wellness Center and

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By Craig Knizek

There’s an incomparable luxury for a property to have its own private tennis court.

The ability to play whenever one wants, at a moment’s notice, simply by walking out of your house, is a priceless attribute for the busy person who enjoys not only tennis, but basketball as well, since many private tennis courts also have at least one basketball hoop for a half-court game.

One of the reasons homes with tennis courts are automatically called an “estate” is that given the amount of flat usable land that is required, it invariably elevates the value of the property into the upper echelon of value.

There is a rarity of parcels that can accommodate the 60 x 120 feet measurements required for a tennis court. When the court also has a

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As part of Palm Springs Modernism Week, the iconic Elrod House will open its doors to the public for five tours over three days this February 24-26. The world-famous home, which appeared in the classic 1971 James Bond movie Diamonds Are Forever (including this classic scene), was designed by John Lautner for interior designer Arthur Elrod in 1968. At one time an apprentice to Frank Lloyd Wright, Lautner is revered for his bold, organic, timeless designs that featured unusual shapes and structures.

Commenting on The Elrod House, The Agency's Billy Rose shared:

"The Elrod is one of my favorite all time houses. No question in the Hall of Fame or Pantheon of modernist architecture. I had dinner there one night, and it still burns indelibly in my brain.

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