Don’t Drive to the Beach, Take the Beach Bus!

How are you getting to the beach this summer? Don’t sit in traffic and waste gas. Take the beach bus! Thanks to Los Angeles County Supervisor, Kathryn Barger, and La Canada Mayor, Michael Davitt, getting to the beach is super laid back and easy this summer. Cost: $3 per rider […] 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 »

Maple at Descanso Gardens

Feeling brunchy? Have you been to Maple, the new restaurant at Descanso Gardens? It’s a new little lunch and brunch hot spot. The entrance to Maple is to the side of the main entrance at Descanso and you don’t need to be a member to go there. Reservations are highly recommended. […] 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 »

La Canada Underground Car Show

Do you guys know about the awesome underground car show that takes place every Saturday morning in La Canada? Starting at about 6am, the parking lot of the United Artist movie theater fills up with some of the most beautiful and interesting  automotive specimens on the road. It’s super low […] Read more »

Daily DIGGS | 5027 Commonwealth Rd, La Canada

The experts (including me) will tell you to neutralize your home when preparing for a home sale. Neutral colors, model home type furnishings and art, and for goodness sake, no patterns!! This home gleefully ignores that advice and shouts, loud and proud, “I LOVE LIFE!” DIGGS shouts back, “WE LOVE […] Read more »

Itech MLS Pick of The Week – La Canada Contemporary

A lovely and affordable home in La Canada.   We love a neutral decorating palette- so restful in these stressful times!  I would never enter with my shoes on, though…   Here are the thoughtful marketing remarks from the listing agent: Immaculate remodeled prized Mid Century Modern” Built by Webster Wiley. […] Read more »

Trubble Trux- Bob Kathman

Trick ‘er’ Treat in Glendale Ca

Best Halloween Neighborhoods in Glendale CA If you are lucky your community has that One Special Area that is an awesome place for trick or treating.  Each area has the same characteristics- flat terrain, a large number of residents who try to outdo each other with decorations and theatrics, and […] Read more »

Market Report Glendale, La Canada, La Crescenta

Market Update- Are Prices Softening?

As a whole, sales prices in Glendale, La Canada and La Crescenta are NOT softening… but asking prices are “at risk”. This means higher priced homes are staying on the market, longer, and we are seeing an increase in price reductions. Here is what our sales activity looks like: The […] Read more »

ITech MLS listing 316006115

DIGGS Pick of the Week |ITech MLS 316006115 | 91011

New Feature at DIGGS- every week we will pick our favorite new listing on ITech MLS and share it with our readers.  We think you guys are just as much a fan of cool homes as we are!! This week’s feature is home for sale in La Canada, Ca- a swoon-alicious Great […] Read more »

La Canada Market Report, September 2015

The La Canada market is driven by the school calendar.  This explains the steep ramp up on new contracts and closings from January to June.  All the families looking to get in, settled, and registered want to be in place by June.  The surprise, this year, is how new inventory […] Read more »

Artists Reception | La Canada High School

DIGGS will be hosting a special Artists Reception featuring artwork by the talented Juniors and Seniors from La Canada High School’s Advanced Art II, Art Portfolio and Independent Project classes taught by Mike Kauffman and Advanced Ceramics by Robin Serr. These students have been working diligently for the past two […] Read more »