Griffith Observatory - The Perfect way to See the Supermoon & Lunar Eclipse - FREE Admission for the Entire Family!
With the supermoon and lunar eclipse coming, the best place to view it would be at the Griffith Observatory. A public event to view the total lunar eclipse starts at 6:30 and ends at 9:45 p.m. tomorrow, Sunday, September 27.
Wildfires are a very real part of life in Los Angeles. Every year, we hear of hundreds of people losing their homes to them. There are ways to help protect you and your home from these losses. Here are 12 tips on how to protect your home!
11 ways to survive a heatwave - even without air-conditioning!
National Weather Service - September 8, 2015
Dangerous heat across portions of southwestern California through Thursday.
Maximum temperatures will reach dangerous levels across much of Southern California this week. The peak of the heat event will be Wednesday and Thursday, although today and Friday will only be a few degrees cooler. It will be cooler over the weekend, although maximum temperatures will remain well above normal. Temperatures are expected to return to near normal by early next week.
Temperatures will reach 102 to 108 degrees.
The coastal areas are not included in this warning since the temperatures will not meet warning criteria. Still high temperatures away from the beach areas will reach into 90s making it very uncomfortable for people who do not have air conditioning.
While the afternoon temperatures will present the greatest danger, overnight temperatures will be quite warm as well and will not allow for much relief.
Excessive Heat Warning remains in effect until 8 PM PDT Thursday.
Temperature: maximum temperatures will reach 102 to 108 degrees in many locations across the Los Angeles and Ventura County valleys. Heat Index readings will be around 105 degrees, mainly in the foothills of the San Gabriel Valley. The warmest portions of the Los Angeles County valleys will have overnight low temperatures in the lower to mid 70s.
Impacts: The prolonged heat wave will bring a risk of heat related illness to the area through much of this week. Those at highest risk include children, the elderly, and pets without adequate shelter. The heat will bring extra demand for electricity across the region, increasing the threat of power outages.
When: Saturday, September 5, 2015
Where: O & M Leather - 5048 Eagle Rock Blvd, Los Angeles, California 90041
Stop by and check out all the great vendors for a great night of art, shopping, and food!
O & M Leather will be holding an artist reception with light refreshments for artist Lana by Design. Wear On Wheels mobile boutique, Birdie-Fashion on the Fly Mobile Fashion Truck , Yarnover Truck, Tacos El Mago De Culiacan Sinaloa, Charlie's Wieners, and Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams truck will be here to fill Eagle Rock Blvd with fun and food! Owl Talk Clothing and Toros Pottery will be open as well to join in the fun!
Hello, my name is Brian and I am a Realtor in the Los Angeles area. Welcome to my site and blog, I plan to fill this page with tons of tips and insider information on the real estate market in our home town! Stay tuned for more!
Introducing a brand new construction home in Eagle Rock, CA! A sophisticated contemporary home built in 2015 by Pacific Grand Builders. This home features clean lines, simplistic beauty and a neutral palate. Our goal is to emphasize the contemporary feel while adding warmth to the setting with splashes of texture and color. Check out our before and after pictures!
The Fitzburgh Realty Team