Porsche Experience Center: L.A.

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Porsche Experience Center: L.A.

When Keith Goldberg, the general manager of Rusnak Porsche in Westlake, invited me to a VIP Experience at the Porsche Experience Center, I was stoked. The Porsche Experience Center (PECLA) is in Carson, California—a great spot because it’s centrally located and right off the freeway. I can tell you that my experience was very special […]

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Everyone’s Best Friends

No matter the age of our dog, they will always remain our babies, our puppies, and our best friends fur-ever, so a day of appreciation is well deserved. We reached out to our readers to collect photos of them with their pups in celebration of National Puppy Day. Don’t miss out
on submitting your photo for next time by joining our mailing list today at calabasasstyle.com/join-our-mailing-list.

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You Are What You Eat: A Look at Peganism

Wherever you turn these days, you find differing opinions on the “right way to eat.” There’s pescatarian, raw vegan, vegetarian, keto, paleo—and that isn’t even scratching the surface. So, what is a health conscious citizen to do? With just as many “experts” in each camp—with more “research” backing their theories than you can shake a […]

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Ask the Pharmacist: May/June 2019

Q: It seems like I am going to the pharmacy every week to get one of my parents prescriptions filled. Is there a way to get them all at the same time, once a month? A: Everyone is busy these days, we spend so much of our time running errands that we do not have […]

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Ask the Pediatrician: May/June 2019

How can I keep my family safe this summer? School is out and summer is in! Here are my summer safety “S”s to ensure your family enjoys a safe summer. Have your kids take swim lessons. Everyone should learn how to swim. Not only is it good exercise and fun but it’s a lifesaving skill. […]

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A Touch of Tranquility in San Diego: Rancho Bernardo Inn

If rejuvenating spa treatments and exquisite meals made from ingredients sustainably sourced from private gardens sounds like nirvana, send body and soul to the Rancho Bernardo Inn located in northeast San Diego County. This little slice of heaven lies less than four hours by car from Calabasas and just an hour from San Diego International […]

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2019 Cadillac XT4

The 2019 Cadillac XT4 is at the top of its class in the luxury subcompact SUV segment. The 5-seater comes standard with a 2.0-liter, turbocharged, 4-cylinder engine and is available in both front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive. The XT4 boasts 237 horsepower and a 9-speed automatic transmission, making it extremely fuel efficient. It is on […]

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Brrr… It’s Hot Out There!

We just finished one of the wettest winters in memory in Southern California. If you’re like me, you might have said, “Enough with the rain already.” Now, I’ll be complaining that it is just too darn hot. Can’t we have the rainy weather back? So, how do we survive the 110 Valley weather and still […]

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The GG is a Global Glow-Up

Looking for the ultimate skin-smoothing procedure? If you want to see your skin smoother and more glowy than it has ever been, this low-to-no-downtime GG – Global Glow-Up is the best I’ve seen. It is actually a series of procedures that can give you the smoothest skin you’ve ever had. When choosing procedures to offer […]

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Maestro James Domine

Conducts the SFV Symphony Orchestra Those of us residing in and around Calabasas are fortunate to have a variety of high-caliber live-entertainment options right in our own backyard. One shining example is the San Fernando Valley Symphony Orchestra (SFVSO) led by Music Director and Conductor James Domine. Their current venue, the Calabasas Performing Arts and […]

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C Style: Reasoning With Walls

Open concept, that’s what everyone wants right? But is it the right concept for you? Open floorplans are high on the “must-have” list when shopping for a new home, and they’re a major reason why people undertake major remodeling projects. Let’s explore open concept movement and the positives and negatives as it relates to your […]

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Kem Free Water

Making the Environment Better – One Pool at a Time These days, so much of the water in our households is essentially unfit for consumption. Even the pools in our backyards are full of toxic chemicals, making them hazardous to our health. With spring here and summer fast approaching, it’s time to think about making […]

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