Heart-shaped cookies at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hills

The Not-So-Secret Gardens

The Beverly Hilton Debuts New Event Space
I just got back from checking out the renovated public event space at the Beverly Hilton called the Gardens. It’s lovely, with hanging succulents, a long, grassy lawn and plenty of sunshine (it was a hot day). The hotel threw a VIP bash with all kinds of decadent food stations, open bar, a D.J. and a welcome from General Manager Sandy Murphy.
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Public art adorns the walls of Stockholm's Stadion station, Sweden

Celebrating Public Art in the Stockholm Subway

Hidden Treasures in the Tunnelbana

The tunnelbana, Stockholm’s Metro, is considered by some to be the world’s most beautiful underground systems. Apparently it’s also one of the largest art galleries with 90 out of 100 stations displaying some form of art from over a hundred different artists. Here are 10 worth checking out, either virtually or in person.
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"Dan Hunter" Brae "L.A. Food Bowl"

The Inaugural L.A. Food Bowl

Chefs Michael Cimarusti and Dan Hunter Collaborate on 11-Course Tasting Menu

New to the L.A. food scene this year is L.A. Food Bowl, a month-long foodie dream celebrating culinary creativity while creating awareness about food waste and hunger. Sponsored by the Los Angeles Times, the event consists of dinners, workshops, parties and panels with well-known chefs. Checking out the line up on the LA Times website could send you into a severe state of FOMO. I decided to attend “A Taste of Brae with Dan Hunter and Michael Cimarusti.” 
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