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4 Mouthwatering Burger Joints in LA

4 Mouthwatering Burger Joints in LA

Burgers are an American favorite. There is nothing like taking a big bite of a huge burger. The flavors from the condiments, toppings and meat combine in a wonderful way with each bite.  I bet you’re getting hungry just thinking about it. Well, Los Angeles has several burger joints that wil...

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4 Tips for Successfully Moving to Los Angeles

4 Tips for Successfully Moving to Los Angeles

Moving to the largest city in California can be intimidating, whether your move is family, educational, or career-related. You’ve probably heard some negatives and positives about L.A. – for example, traffic can be problematic, but once you leave the house, there are endless opportunities for shoppi...

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5 Things to do in LA for FREE!

5 Things to do in LA for FREE!

Are you visiting Los Angeles in the near future but you are currently on a tight budget?  There are so many things to do in LA without paying a dime.  Los Angeles moving company , Alex Moving & Storage,  moves families and individuals to LA every day, so we have some tips on the best places to v...

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Stars In My Eyes

Stars In My Eyes

Last Monday, I was invited by a coworker, Amy Ramirez to attend a taping of Dancing With The Stars.  What a great day is was.  First, we saw Mario Lopez and Howie Mandel from a taping of Entertainment Tonight even before we walked into the studio.  Then we finally entered the studio, went to our sea...

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Inside Scoop on dineLA Restaurant Week

When you move to Los Angeles you have to experience the food. Whether you have lived here for years or have only lived in L.A. for a couple of days the movers in Los Angeles want your taste buds to dance at dineLA Restaurant Week, July 16-27, 2012. Discounted prix fixe menus will be available at som...

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Where do I Live in Los Angeles?

Make sure your neighborhood fits your personality and lifestyle. If you work in the Financial District, you might want to think about living on the Metro Rail Red or Blue Line to avoid the parking lot on the highways during your commute. However, if you are an accountant that just happens to love ar...

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