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November 2017

Found 13 blog entries for November 2017.

Here at Nook, we have a passion for people, places and properties. Welcome to #TastemakerTuesday, where we’ll feature the visionaries in our favorite nooks who are dedicated to building a better community through their talents.

For today’s Tastemaker Tuesday, we go all in on the “taste” part to bring you an assortment of pizzerias as unique as our Nook Neighborhoods. Although some purists in Italy only acknowledge the marinara and the margherita pizzas, we know that true flavor lies in the experience just as much as the ingredients.

Whether you’re into a huge greasy slice to power up while enjoying some nightlife, or need an elegant spot with character to charm a client, we’ve got the list for you.

 Los Angeles/Long Beach

  • Masa of Echo

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“I am the Lorax, who speaks for the trees.”

The Joshua Tree is often associated with a Dr. Seuss look: long branches and tufts of feathery leaves at the end, or bushes hanging so long and low that they’re almost desert weeping willows. No money grubbing Onceler can push his way in and develop this land, however; it’s been a U.S. National Monument since 1936 and in 1994 was declared a U.S. National Park. 

Besides the fact that you feel like you may find yourself in WhoVille at any moment, Joshua Tree National Park is an incredibly unique area surrounded by an abundance of fun facts and stories. It’s hard to live in Southern California without visiting for someone’s wedding, or organizing a group camping trip there. So enjoy the beauty -- and some

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When Nook Sales Experts match a buyer with their dream home, the only thing as important as architectural style is the neighborhood.

All of our Nook Neighborhoods host tons of cultural events. While you get your Halloween costume ready or visit great haunts, don’t forget about that fabulous Dia de los Muertos tradition. Dia de los Muertos (“Day of the Dead”) is a multi-day Mexican celebration of loved ones who have passed, building ofrendas (“altars”) to help their passing to the spiritual world. Marigolds are often brought to graves, cemeteries and altars to attract the souls to each place. Family and friends will leave meaningful objects on the altar of a loved one, including toys for children and bottles of alcohol or trinkets for adults. 

Dia de

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