[The Jonathan Beach Club, from a map guide to LA's most fascinating private clubs.]
This Week's Top Stories: In West Hollywood the small boxes are none too pleased with the big boxes moving in next door, so a moratorium extending through the rest of the rear has been enacted to stop construction of two-story single family homes. The modernist house where Elvis and Priscilla Presley spent their honeymoon in Palm Springs has hit the market for $9.5 million. If the Presley honeymoon home isn't in your budget, the please hop on over to Walt Disney's desert pad now on the market for a slightly more modest $595k. The grocery-conscious denizens of a West LA neighborhood are rejoicing about the planned Pavillions store set to replace a gross Vons at Santa Monica and Barrington. Local mistress of earthquaker-y, Dr. Lucy Jones, went on Reddit to answer questions about earth shakes and whatnots. A totally affordable rental in Boyle Heights boasting wifi and amazing skyline views may not quite be legal since it's also a motor home parked on the street. The new Ava Little Tokyo development is making many commenters question whether it's time they ask for a raise, get a second job, or get a roommate to afford the steep rents -- studios begin at $1,933.