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Sweet Laurel: Cake, Coffee + Tea in Pacific Palisades

  Cake can be more than a decadent treat since now you can find sweet and healthy options. Laurel Gallucci and Claire Thomas of Sweet Laurel have created the recipes for grain-free flavors that inspire devotion in adults and kids alike. After dealing with an auto-immune disorder and being prescribed a strict elimination diet, Laurel [...]

By | March 12th, 2019|Hot Spots|0 Comments

Veggie Grill Downtown LA Shares Fast Casual Plant-Based Fare

  Plant-Based Veggie Grill's Comfort Food Veggie Grill continues to lead the pack of plant-based fast casual restaurants in not only in California but across the country. The Veggie Grill Downtown LA is an outpost of this growing group of restaurants. What I love about their menu is that while everything is plant-based, the items [...]

By | March 2nd, 2019|Restaurants|0 Comments

Shakti Fest and Bhakti Fest 2019 Celebrate at the Joshua Tree Lake Campground

Photo at Shakti Fest by Sandra Goodin In 2019, Shakti Fest and Bhakti Fest move to a new Joshua Tree location. The devotional festivals of Shakti Fest and Bhakti Fest are experiencing some exciting new changes for 2019. The venue that has hosted the festival for a decade has run into site restrictions [...]

By | March 1st, 2019|Festivals & Retreats|0 Comments

Progressive Activism: Action in Everyday Life

Progressive Activism and The Progressive Era The Progressive Era, a long-time honored movement throughout history is a period of widespread social activism and political reform across the United States that spanned from the 1890s to present day bringing together concerned citizens actively marching, creating rallies and setting initiatives to focus on problems caused by industrialization, urbanization, immigration, political corruption and [...]

By | February 12th, 2019|Cause & Activism|0 Comments

Richard Greene on Progressive Activism and 279 for Change

Progressive Activism What was the turning point in your life when you started to dedicate your energies to activism and how do you include this in your life today? And how can people become more involved at this crucial time? Richard Greene on Actions for Progressive Activism I have always loved politics and civics. I [...]

By | February 12th, 2019|Cause & Activism, Don't Show on Home Page|0 Comments

New Yoga Gear to Support Goals

Need New Yoga Gear? Check out our Guide Shopping can be mission-driven when we find yoga gear to support goals. Boost your New Year's Resolutions with discounts and discover products produced by conscious and conscientious mission-driven small businesses. PATHWATER PATHWATER is on a mission to eliminate single-use plastic bottles by offering a sleek and stylish [...]

By | February 6th, 2019|Annual Guides|0 Comments

The Daily Harvest’s Refueling Station

When I walked into the The Daily Harvest’s Refueling Station pop up at the Westfield Century City location, I felt as though I had entered an empowering personal power station. It is fashioned to look like clean and healthy version of a gas station—where you can pull in and fuel up. The playful popup offers [...]

By | January 21st, 2019|Hot Spots|0 Comments

Persimmons Featured at Santa Monica Restaurant Week

Persimmon and Kale Salad at Massilia Taste a Variety of Persimmon Dishes at the 2019 Santa Monica Restaurant Week Persimmons may be one of the hidden treasures found in SoCal farmers’ markets in the late fall and early winter. Rich in vitamins, minerals, fiber, and healthy phyto-nutrients, with tastes that combine well with [...]

By | January 10th, 2019|Restaurants|0 Comments

OSEA Venice Skincare Studio on Abbot Kinney

OSEA: Ocean, Sun, Earth, and Atmosphere More than 20 years ago, multi-modality healer and spa director Jenefer Palmer founded OSEA Skin Care in her kitchen sink. She was inspired by her chiropractor grandmother’s use of seaweed for its reparative powers. These ocean veggies provides the star power for the brand’s nourishing blends. OSEA is still owned [...]

By | December 6th, 2018|Spas|0 Comments

Cat Yoga at the Cat Cafe Lounge

Follow the Paw Prints to the Cat Cafe Lounge There are not a lot of things that will get me out of bed on a snuggly Saturday morning with the sun streaming in through the windows. But this intriguing text from a friend, “Wanna come to cat yoga today?” certainly did the trick. Cat Yoga [...]

By | December 5th, 2018|Cause & Activism|0 Comments