5 Instaworthy works of art in Glendale, CA

Instagram invites people to find beauty in everyday things and share them with the world. Local artists have transformed some of the plain grey utility boxes scattered throughout Glendale and La Crescenta into beautiful works of art. Put the two together and you have the perfect opportunity to show off […] Read more »

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Watch the Sparks Fly!

Every Fourth of July, people crowd together to watch the sky explode. Instead of waiting in line and dealing with the crowds, here are some of our favorite local secret spots to check out fireworks. CORONADO STREET BRIDGE, PASADENA For 91 years and running, the Rose Bowl has hosted AmericaFest. […] Read more »

Thee Elbow Room

Whether you enjoy craft beer or not, one of our favorite local spots is Thee Elbow Room in Montrose. They have a fantastic outdoor patio right blow Honolulu Ave. in Montrose. They feature good eats as well as 18 taps with all day Happy Hour. It’s a great spot for families […] Read more »

The Best Spots for Craft Beer in Glendale

In honor of LA Beer Week, Diggs is celebrating by checking out some of the best spots in Glendale for craft brew. Do you have a great spot to add to our list??? Thee Elbow Room This little Montrose pub is great for a quick bite and a pint. They feature a […] Read more »

LA Beer Week

This Saturday, June 17th kicks off LA Beer Week. Diggs will be celebrating by hitting a couple of Glendale taps around town. What’s your favorite pub, tavern, bar, or tap room to imbibe local craft brews??? Read more »

Metro Drops 710 Tunnel

Today, in a historic vote, the Metro board withdrew financial support for the 710 freeway tunnel. For decades, there has been controversy about connecting the 710 and 210 freeways through Pasadena. Foothills residents have primarily been against it because it would bring more traffic through residential communities. Metro thought they may have […] Read more »

Sagebrush Update

UPDATE: 5/4 The county committee went against staff recommendations and voted for preliminary approval of the Sagebrush transfer pending an environmental impact report to take place sometime next year. See the LA Times article here. Fresh from the Crescenta Valley Weekly, we have some new information about the Sagebrush Transfer: […] Read more »

DIGGS Transformation Case Study #2

One of the many spectacular things about the Diggs transformation process is seeing a home take on a whole new life. As a seller moves on, the home welcomes all new energy and excitement for its next inhabitants. This was very much the case with this fabulous Glendale home. CASE […] Read more »

Results are In!

The City of Glendale election results are in! On Tuesday, residents voted for City Council Members, City Clerk, City Treasurer, Glendale Unified School District Board of Education Members, and a measure on whether or not to cap term limitations for City Council Members. According to Glendale Votes, the winners are […] Read more »

Healthy Diggs: You Are What You Eat

Last week we asked the community how they use their homes to keep healthy. We got a ton of great responses and many of them involved food.  We know that various concepts of nutrition and the lifestyle of how we eat are sometimes contrary. As we ever struggle to enjoy […] Read more »

Healthy Diggs, Self Care

As we are learning more and more these days, self-care is an important part of a balanced life. However, it’s something that we so often set to the side in favor of things like working hard and taking care of others. As most of us notice, when we neglect ourselves, […] Read more »