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Editor’s Letter: Inside Robb Report’s March Style Issue

This issue we speak with Dunhill's new CEO, explore a fabulous New Jersey mansion, and venture to Spain for cycling.

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Sneak Peek: The Best Napa Valley Wines Coming This Year

A whirlwind trip through this year's Premiere Napa Valley

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Taste Test: Heaven Hill Has Another Stellar Barrel-Proof Whiskey With the New Bernheim

Higher proof isn't always better... except when it is.

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How an N.Y.C. Native Created a Resort-Like Retreat in New Jersey

In a tony suburban enclave, a high-achieving couple replicated Manhattan's best amenities on their own terms.

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This $13 Million Dublin Estate Offers Historic Elegance in a Relaxed Coastal Setting

Kenah Hill in Killiney County sprawls over 2.8 acres with an eight-bedroom mansion, a tennis court, and an indoor swimming pool.

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India’s Luxe Menswear Brands Are Making Some of the World’s Most Covetable Threads

Inspired by the nation’s legacy of textile craftsmanship, a new generation of tailors and cordwainers is turning the country into a mecca for the stylish man.

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How to Make a Corpse Reviver No. 1, the Hangover Cure That’s Much Better as a Nitecap

The bracing Cognac beverage really isn't what you want for brunch.

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Looking Good vs. Feeling Good: A Cheat Sheet for Deciding Where You Stand

Are you more interested in getting a six-pack or partying and madness? No wrong answers, the choice is yours.

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How to Style Your Loose-Fit Garments This Spring

A sprawling estate in the South of France provides the backdrop for the season's coolest clothes.

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Jefferson’s Is Bringing Back Its Rum Cask-Finished Bourbon

No ocean aging here, just a traditional cask finish.

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If you walk around the reservoir, you know this house. See inside the modern remodel

Architect John K. Chan designs a modern addition for a family of four that connects them to the Ivanhoe Reservoir in Silver Lake and saves a massive olive tree.

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Looking to buy or sell a home this spring? Here's what to expect

As spring approaches, so does the typically busy spring home buying season. If you want to buy a home in Southern California, here are some thoughts.

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Robocalls, ringless voicemails and AI: Real estate enters the age of automation

As agents hunt for business in Southern California's slow real estate market, some are trying out new ways of tracking down leads. Others are quitting the industry.

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Granderson: If the economy is so great, why are evictions soaring?

The fruit of this booming economy is almost all going to the wealthiest few, thanks to Reaganomics. Americans don't have to accept that.

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Opinion: Renting in L.A. could go from bad to worse

Tenants who are behind on payments now face evictions, and landlords are likely to keep units empty for longer as they hold out for the most qualified applicants.

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California extends relief for homeowners who missed mortgage or tax payments

The state is again expanding its federally funded mortgage relief program to help more Californians. People who missed mortgage payments as late as Feb. 1 are now eligible for help.

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Rents are finally falling — but not in Orange County. People are feeling the pain

Cities in the Los Angeles area are seeing lower rents as Orange County prices hold firm or even increase. Experts are calling for more tenant protections.

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Work begins on transformative condo and hotel development in Beverly Hills

In Beverly Hills, construction is underway on a long-awaited condo and hotel complex valued at nearly $5 billion called One Beverly Hills

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Opinion: Why is L.A. still letting single-family homeowners block solutions to the housing crisis?

Mayor Karen Bass announced Executive Directive 1 as a signature policy to speed up affordable housing. But limiting it to multi-family neighborhoods is shortsighted.

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Thousands of California homeowners can cut their property tax bill. Here's how

Under state law, homeowners qualify for a modest property tax cut on their primary residence. Yet some 435,000 families in L.A. County don't sign up.

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