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  1. Bell's Brewery Launches in L.A. With Tap Takeovers For Every Day This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | LA Weekly

    Some of the best beer in the country is made and poured in Southern California, so it's not often that the spoiled beer drinkers of L.A. have a reason to freak out about the arrival of an outsider. But Michigan's Bell's Brewery isn't just any outsider - it's one of craft beer's most important Midwest progenitors, and for the first time since its founding 30 years ago, kegs, cans and bottles of beloved brews like Two Hearted pale ale, Oberon wheat and Kalamazoo Stout are now available in L.A., O.C., Riverside, Ventura and Santa Barbara counties.

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  2. Los Angeles City and County Voter Guide for March 3, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | LA Weekly

    Want to meet people with whom you'd enjoy playing trivia games, or somebody who'd actually lend you their ladder? Try heading to your voting precinct on March 3, 2015 to rub elbows with the rarest of rare - municipal election voters . Big local races and controversial measures are on tap in Los Angeles, West Hollywood, Hermosa Beach, Bell and other cities.

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  3. Los Angeles City and County Voter Guide for March 3, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | LA Weekly

    Want to meet people with whom you'd enjoy playing trivia games, or somebody who'd actually lend you their ladder? Try heading to your voting precinct on March 3, 2015 to rub elbows with the rarest of rare - municipal election voters . Big local races and controversial measures are on tap in Los Angeles, West Hollywood, Hermosa Beach, Bell and other cities.

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  4. Eat Your Heart Out: 6 Ways to Eat Animal Hearts in L.a.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 10 | LA Weekly

    In honor of Valentine's Day, it's only fitting that we have heart. No, we're not talking about artichoke hearts or hearts of palm, but this isn't exactly that heart-in-hands scene from "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" either.

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  5. How the Beatles Saved the Gay Inmates of L.A. Men's Central JailRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 22, 2015 | LA Weekly

    The Beatles are revered for many things music, but they also inspired a series of events that established the unique gay wing at L.A. County Men's Central Jail. In an L.A. Weekly exclusive last November, we reported that the gay and transgender inmates in the so-called "K6G" dorms had fostered a nurturing culture unique in a major American city jail - and almost impossible to imagine in the notorious and violent L.A. jail.

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  6. Backstage with Leighton Meester at Hotel CafeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 14, 2015 | LA Weekly

    Leighton Meester performed the second night of her three night residency at Hotel Cafe to a sold out house on Tuesday night in support of her recently released full length Heartstrings . We spent the afternoon with Meester and her band while they rehearsed the songs for their special acoustic set they debuted later in the evening.

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  7. Best Discount Kitchen SupplyRead the original story

    Oct 9, 2014 | LA Weekly

    Various Small Fires is the latest independent gallery to go full warehouse, moving from the Venice Beach digs it has occupied since 2012 to a renovated, 5,000-square-foot indoor/outdoor compound in the art district springing up on Highland Avenue in Hollywood. The new gallery offers discrete spaces for exhibiting a range of media, from painting and sculpture to video and performance.

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  8. Best Venice BarRead the original story

    Oct 8, 2014 | LA Weekly

    For a neighborhood that's both a bit rough around the edges and positively loaded with the young and the rich, Venice really ought to have a better drinking scene. We blame the glorious scenery: Who wants to spend the night getting hammered when they know the surf will be calling in the morning? Still, there are a few good bars here, and the best of the lot may well be Larry's .

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  9. Best Venice BarRead the original story

    Oct 8, 2014 | LA Weekly

    For a neighborhood that's both a bit rough around the edges and positively loaded with the young and the rich, Venice really ought to have a better drinking scene. We blame the glorious scenery: Who wants to spend the night getting hammered when they know the surf will be calling in the morning? Still, there are a few good bars here, and the best of the lot may well be Larry's .

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  10. Best San Fernando Valley Burger StandRead the original story

    Oct 8, 2014 | LA Weekly

    Burger stands abound in the San Fernando Valley, thanks to the simultaneous expansion of L.A.'s suburbs and its fast-casual hamburger culture in the 1950s. None, though, is as prolific as Bill and Hiroko's in Van Nuys, which has been griddling up cheeseburgers since the 1960s.

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  11. Best Fabric BoutiqueRead the original story

    Oct 6, 2014 | LA Weekly

    "This is a magical place, where magical things happen," says Fabric Planet owner Jack Jacob Sapar, who has transformed his functional, one-stop fabric shop into a fairyland where couture dreams come true. This warm, kaleidoscopic emporium in the heart of Venice has become a sanctuary for local designers and hobbyists seeking affordable retail and wholesale options without having to shlep through the labyrinth that is downtown's Fashion District.

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  12. Best Pet StoreRead the original story

    Oct 4, 2014 | LA Weekly

    Big things come in small packages, and no store is more representative of that adage than Pet Project , a fun, colorful and compact seller of everything the urbane dog or cat could ever want or need. Situated in the heart of downtown's core, this place is jam-packed with premium quality brands of pet food, along with an array of pet treats, leashes, harnesses, collars, toys, bowls and more.

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  13. Best Tequila ProgramRead the original story

    Oct 1, 2014 | LA Weekly

    Chef John Sedlar's love affair with tequila is on steroid-amped display at Rivera , his downtown pan-Latin restaurant. To allow his guests to savor their agave spirits in grand style, Sedlar had special Captain Kirkesque leather chairs installed, replete with custom-built attached serving trays.

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  14. Wasteland Weekend 2014: A Cosplay Rumble in the DesertRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2014 | LA Weekly

    The fifth annual Wasteland Weekend, a combination cosplay event/fan convention/car show for fans of The Road Warrior films once again rumbled through the desert of California City this weekend, bringing with it more faux danger than you could shake a at, along with gladiators, grenades, and gorgeous gals. All photos by L.J. Williamson.

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  15. Stop and Smell Your DinnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 26, 2014 | LA Weekly

    In 2002, Los Angeles' Historic Filipinotown became the United States' first official "historic Filipinotown," a well-deserved designation: L.A. is home to the largest population of Filipino-Americans in the country. The southwest enclave of Echo Park, bounded by Hoover, Glendale, Beverly and Temple, has historic origins dating back to the 1940s, when Filipinos began buying houses and developing a solid community structure in that area.

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  16. Creepy "Pretty Eyes" Robber Who Followed Women Home May Get 250 Years TodayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 26, 2014 | LA Weekly

    If comedians and the like gabbing online has replaced music during your commute or workout, you're a podcast junkie, and where better to get your fix than at the third annual Los Angeles Podcast Festival? Organized by Graham Elwood, Chris Mancini, Dave Anthony and Andy Wood, the schedule brings together Marc Maron, Aisha Tyler, Dana Gould, Larry Miller, Todd Glass, Jonah Ray and others to host live tapings of their podcasts, which cover everything from comedy to science to April Richardson's love of Saved by the Bell. Expect a few surprise appearances; past guests have included Zach Galifianakis, Andy Richter, Maria Bamford, Brian Posehn and SNL alum Laraine Newman.

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  17. Jane BordenRead the original story

    Sep 26, 2014 | LA Weekly

    If comedians and the like gabbing online has replaced music during your commute or workout, you're a podcast junkie, and where better to get your fix than at the third annual Los Angeles Podcast Festival? Organized by Graham Elwood, Chris Mancini, Dave Anthony and Andy Wood, the schedule brings together Marc Maron, Aisha Tyler, Dana Gould, Larry Miller, Todd Glass, Jonah Ray and others to host live tapings of their podcasts, which cover everything from comedy to science to April Richardson's love of Saved by the Bell. Expect a few surprise appearances; past guests have included Zach Galifianakis, Andy Richter, Maria Bamford, Brian Posehn and SNL alum Laraine Newman.

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  18. They Shop and Prep, You Just Cook: Blue Apron and Dream DinnersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 26, 2014 | LA Weekly

    If comedians and the like gabbing online has replaced music during your commute or workout, you're a podcast junkie, and where better to get your fix than at the third annual Los Angeles Podcast Festival? Organized by Graham Elwood, Chris Mancini, Dave Anthony and Andy Wood, the schedule brings together Marc Maron, Aisha Tyler, Dana Gould, Larry Miller, Todd Glass, Jonah Ray and others to host live tapings of their podcasts, which cover everything from comedy to science to April Richardson's love of Saved by the Bell. Expect a few surprise appearances; past guests have included Zach Galifianakis, Andy Richter, Maria Bamford, Brian Posehn and SNL alum Laraine Newman.

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  19. Native Voices at the Autry's First Look Series: Then and NowRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 25, 2014 | LA Weekly

    If comedians and the like gabbing online has replaced music during your commute or workout, you're a podcast junkie, and where better to get your fix than at the third annual Los Angeles Podcast Festival? Organized by Graham Elwood, Chris Mancini, Dave Anthony and Andy Wood, the schedule brings together Marc Maron, Aisha Tyler, Dana Gould, Larry Miller, Todd Glass, Jonah Ray and others to host live tapings of their podcasts, which cover everything from comedy to science to April Richardson's love of Saved by the Bell. Expect a few surprise appearances; past guests have included Zach Galifianakis, Andy Richter, Maria Bamford, Brian Posehn and SNL alum Laraine Newman.

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  20. Thu 2Read the original story

    Sep 26, 2014 | LA Weekly

    In 2002, Los Angeles' Historic Filipinotown became the United States' first official "historic Filipinotown," a well-deserved designation: L.A. is home to the largest population of Filipino-Americans in the country. The southwest enclave of Echo Park, bounded by Hoover, Glendale, Beverly and Temple, has historic origins dating back to the 1940s, when Filipinos began buying houses and developing a solid community structure in that area.

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