To anyone who owns a pair of running shoes, a city as large as Los Angeles translates into miles upon miles of terrain to explore. So where should you lace up next? To help us compile a list, we asked our agents and staff—many of whom are L.A. natives themselves—to share their favorite running routes… Read more
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Jay L. Clendenin/Los Angeles Times The 2015 Sundance Film Festival came to a close earlier this week in Park City, and The Agency took center stage on the Sundance social scene. The Agency teamed up with Park City’s world-class residential development, Victory Ranch, to host the nightly, invite-only “Sundance After Seven” cocktail lounge, named one… Read more
This Friday, November 7, The Clinton Foundation hosts an exclusive night with President Bill Clinton at the Clinton Foundation’s 20/30 flagship event at Paramount Studios. A Night Out with President Clinton will help grow the 20/30 program’s community in Los Angeles and support the life-changing work of the foundation. Guests will enjoy an evening with… Read more
Santa Monica is the perfect place to combine the best of beach lifestyle and cultural diversity for those who love to be near the ocean. Whether its mid-July or mid-November the weather will frequently be in the 70s at the beach; however even those few dramatic weather days in Santa Monica can be extraordinarily beautiful.
The Sundance Film Festival kicks off January 17-27 in Park City, Utah, and to give us insider advice on this year’s event, we caught up with our very own Jonathan Ruiz, who, before joining The Agency as a real estate agent, spent several years in the entertainment industry and regularly made the annual pilgrimage to… Read more
For an agent – or anyone – there is almost nothing more likely to guarantee your success than keeping your word. Conversely, by not keeping your promises, you ensure your own career mediocrity, or worse – people won’t trust you, will not rely on you – and your career growth will be stunted because high-level executives and clients gravitate toward those who actually get things done.