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Outdoors: Runyon Canyon: The Hip Single’s Hangout

Looking for one of Hollywood’s best singles hot spots? Head to Runyon Canyon around 10:30 on a sunny morning. A hidden jewel just above Hollywood Blvd, Runyon Canyon is a 134-acre park that ascends up to Mulholland Drive, the hilly ridge that divides LA from the Valley. Trails afford breath-taking vistas over LA’s sprawling cityscape…not to mention the beautiful people who frequent the park which is abuzz with hipsters, actors, trainers, and dog walkers. It’s one of the trendiest locations for singles to workout, check out and find that perfect date. Read Full Story

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