Desert Road

Search Results

  • This week on SoCal Connected: Is it time to buy? Is it time to buy? ...
  • This week on SoCal Connected: Is it time to buy? Is it time to buy? ...
  • ... narrow valley northwest of the city center. We know little about what Chavez did with the land, but during Los Angeles' 1850 and 1880 ...
  • ... have not come down as much as they had imagined.  We hear about the 50 percent median price drop for the region yet some areas have ... with over 20 million people.  There is nothing homogenous about the market.  You have two counties in Riverside and San Bernardino ...
  • ... where you can actually go inside the manors and grand estates where the grass is always greener—instead of competing with tour ... shoot or attended a wedding there, but apparently that’s about to change. Wattles Mansion hosted LA’s first-ever design showcase ...
  • ... a minimum of two days. Though Marcia sometimes grumbled about not getting all the help she needed, she was always proud of her ... expected them to be gone so soon. Marcia had always talked about going back to Arkansas, where she and her husband are from -- she said ... American community, appear every Thursday on KCET's SoCal Focus blog. Read all her posts here . ...
  • ... "There was one person who I talked to for about a half-hour, and he couldn't tell me how many different people were ... dispensaries. "In my mind, the solution is that the edible oral cannabis products should be constrained to three or four product ...
  • ... are several dilemmas you encounter when doing a story about California real estate . There are several dilemmas you encounter ... to this paradox can hopefully be found in this week’s SoCal Connected piece, and in the blog posting by Burt Slusher.  The rest ...
  • ... are several dilemmas you encounter when doing a story about California real estate . There are several dilemmas you encounter ... to this paradox can hopefully be found in this week’s SoCal Connected piece, and in the blog posting by Burt Slusher.  The rest ...
  • Imagine discovering that you don't own the mineral rights under your land, and that an energy company plans to drill for natural gas two hundred feet from your front door. Imagine having little recourse, other than accepting an unregulated industry in your backyard. Split Estate maps a tragedy in the making, as citizens in the path of a new drilling boom in the Rocky Mountain West struggle...

Pages