Glendale approves Armenian American Museum plans

Glendale’s future Armenian American Museum took a step forward last week when the Glendale City Council approved preliminary designs for the building and surrounding Glendale Central Park. Glendale City council is moving ahead with negotiations to lease city property near Brand Boulevard and Colorado Street, where the museum would rise, […] Read more »

Verdugo Mountains 10k Trail Run 2018

The DIGGS team is really excited to be a sponsor of this year’s Verdugo Mountains 10k Trail Run. We will be at the finish line with water and swag ready to congratulate the  runners. If you haven’t seen the hike behind the Brand Library in Glendale it is a doozy! […] Read more »

Meet Arlene Edjourian, DIGGS architect and ADU expert

We don’t use the term expert loosely….. When Kendyl wanted to make the DIGGS dream a reality she knew exactly who could transform the little shop they had just leased into the DIGGS space. Arlene Edjourian is a fantastic architect with 23 years of experience and tons of awards under […] Read more »

Our Favorite Glendale Things

I recently asked some of my Glendale Locals for their favorite thing (person, place, event, etc) in Glendale and the Foothills. I loved the answers- many are gems I had forgotten about, some were completely brand new and I can’t wait to try them out.  I was also blown away by […] Read more »

Cool places to break a sweat around Glendale, CA

There are endless ways to break a sweat in the Glendale and La Crescenta Foothills. We have great hiking trails, fabulous parks and a YMCA that can’t be beat. But if you are looking for a smaller, more personalized way to get fit this year a small studio can offer […] Read more »

It’s Time To Give Back

This is the time of year where we count our blessing and consider helping those less fortunate than ourselves. The recent round of fires in our foothills highlights how fragile our lives are and how strong our community can be! A few days ago we posted ways for concerned people […] Read more »

Want to help the people affected by the fires?

The Creek, Rye, and Skirball fires have damaged or destroyed dozens of structures and spurred hundreds of thousands evacuations across Los Angeles County. In Ventura County, the Thomas Fire has been even more devastating, claiming at least 150 structures and forcing 100,000 people to evacuate. The smoke in the air, […] Read more »

DIGGS Transformation Case Study #3

Sometimes a transformation is about telling a new story. Kenneth “B’ was a 1940’s character home with lots of charm and detail, but very little had been upgraded to modern standards. The DIGGS Transformation Team operated on a shoe-string budget to play up the charm, detail and location and play […] Read more »

In case of evacuation…

The recent La Tuna fire had us talking about what we would take in case of evacuation. Most of the DIGGS team lives in the area and spent the weekend with a watchful eye on the flames in the hills around us. Several agents made donations to the firefighting crew […] Read more »

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 »

14 Easy Clutter Busting Ideas

Most of you know I am a reforming Clutterbug.  I went through a downsize on my home and got rid of a lot of my stuff. I know that your Glendale CA homes will sell for more money if it is neat, tidy and free of clutter. People assume that if […] Read more »