Coliving as a form of alternative living for young professionals has become a buzzword. But a trip through history proves the concept isn’t so new after all.
Ever wonder why St. Patrick’s Day isn’t a major celebration in Los Angeles? It all has to do with the makeup of the city and the holiday’s history in the United States.
From Armenian kabobs, to oxtails over rice, Los Angeles offers American and global comfort food for every diner.
Bike routes for beginner to expert cyclists.
The term “big city loneliness” seems like a juxtaposition in and of itself. “I’m surrounded by people,” you think. “So why do I feel so alone?” While it’s easy to Read More
What comes to mind when you hear the term “coliving”? For many, coliving in a modern and comfortable way is a foreign concept. It’s often portrayed as a throwback to Read More
Moving can be equal parts exciting, terrifying, and exhausting. Each move comes with its own rollercoaster of emotions and mountain of to-dos, particularly if you’re moving to a new city.
For many, coliving in a modern and comfortable way is a foreign concept. We’ve gotten used to what we think of as “traditional” housing setups, so it makes sense that you might have some things you want to get cleared up.
Sometime around 380 B.C., Aristotle declared that people are “social animals.” If that’s true, then why is it so tricky to actually live with people?
February 5th marks the start of Chinese New Year 2019, and the onset of the agricultural season in China. In China, this is probably the most important holiday of the year — a time for families to get together and indulge in 15 days of parades, fireworks, timeless rituals, and of course, lots of feasting.
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