Is Being Single a Workplace Diversity Issue?

January 24th, 2016By Bella DePaulo, Ph.D.

Employees and their bosses are told to respect those who don’t fit the status quo – so why is consideration for singles left out of diversity training?

Foundation ThinkAgain!

January 24th, 2016By Kim Calvert

This nonprofit organization created by SingularCity member Patty Kerrigan is helping kids that survive cancer get back into school and back on track for a successful life.

National Singles Day Returns to West Hollywood

January 1st, 2016By Singular magazine staff

The 3rd annual National Singles Day Celebration, the brainchild of single woman Karen Reed, takes place on Sunday, January 10, 2016 with comedy, cocktails, gift bags and fun.

Taste Wine like a Connoisseur

December 15th, 2015By Michael Pariser

In five simple steps, you can learn how to use your sight, smell and taste to become a more adept taster ready to experience the wines of the world.

Best Halloween Happenings in Los Angeles

October 19th, 2015By Natasha Chilingerian

Whether you choose to go sexy, funny or scary, Halloween in Los Angeles is a chance to show the world another side of you and leave your inhibitions at the door.

Staying Single to Pursue Your Passion

October 17th, 2015By Kim Calvert

Are some single people so devoted to their careers that there’s simply no space for a spouse?

Cherishing Chocolate

June 1st, 2015By Michelle Gigon

If you swoon over pure, cacao-rich, delectable dark chocolate, ChocoVivo in Culver City could be your little piece of paradise.

Saving Historic Los Angeles

May 17th, 2015By Cindy Olnick

The Los Angeles Conservancy is dedicated to fostering appreciation for historic Los Angeles and to saving its past for the future.