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  1. The Secret Gourmet Food Warehouse of North HollywoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 19 | LA Weekly

    Eric Gitter wants you to try the pistachio butter. "It's life-changing," promises the co-owner of specialty food store Epicurus Gourmet, while guiding some regulars over to the store's tasting bar.


  2. You Could Own a Piece of Sharon Tate's Iconic '60s ChicRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 16 | LA Weekly

    Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio are seen out and about almost daily in Hollywood right now, donning polyester slacks and shaggy do's as they film scenes for Quentin Tarantino's new film about the Manson family, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood . But pics of Margot Robbie - in long frosted hair, mini dresses and go-go boots - seem to be getting the most attention online of late, and not just because of her own beauty and celebrity.


  3. Chef Jose Andres Brings Spanish Olives to BazaarRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 14 | LA Weekly

    This may come as a shock to you Angelenos, but 95 percent of the pimento-stuffed olives consumed in the United States come from Spain, and Los Angeles tops the list of consumers. It's not the first time the Spaniards have infiltrated Alta California, but if renowned Spanish chef Jos Andrs is leading the charge I'm OK with it.


  4. Legendary L.A. Zine Ben Is Dead Comes Back to Life This Weekend for 30th AnniversaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 7, 2018 | LA Weekly

    Back in October 1988, when the world was less likely to implode, L.A. zine Ben Is Dead launched its inaugural issue. Initially printed on newspaper stock and handed out for free at local coffee houses, galleries and punk stores on Melrose, the zine slowly became a bible for alternative culture in Los Angeles.


  5. Drink With a Star or a Star Bartender: More of Western L.A.'s Best Food & DrinkRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2018 | LA Weekly

    After decades of serving Americanized Thai food, Katy Noochlaor and Amanda Kuntee have taken over the baton at Chao Krung to create a chef-driven, elevated menu that reflects their parents' original offerings in what is now L.A.'s oldest Thai restaurant. The curry selections are plentiful and would make any grandmother proud.


  6. The Palomino Rides Again for the Valley Relics MuseumRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2018 | LA Weekly

    The San Fernando Valley was long an almost mythic destination, a paradise populated by movie stars, ranchers, cow punchers and singing cowboys - "where the sidewalk ends and the West begins." Memorably fabulated in a 1944 Bing Crosby hit, the region's rich history has been steadily eroded by California's classic recipe of self-destruction, greed and expedience, reducing it to toxic clich as a suburban ghetto infamous for its porn stars, swingers, strip malls and gangbangers.


  7. Vanderpump's Sexy Unique Restaurant Now Serving BrunchRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 18, 2018 | LA Weekly

    It's better known as SUR, the epicenter of Bravo's Vanderpump Rules reality show, which has been chronicling the lives of its stunning staff for six seasons. But when the lights, camera and drama are gone, it's a quiet and romantic escape in the heart of West Hollywood.


  8. Los Angeles Film Festival Has an Exciting New Vision and Plenty of Star PowerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2018 | LA Weekly

    If it seems the Los Angeles Film Festival is arriving late this year, that's because it's been moved from its early-summer spot to the current festival season - Sept. 20-28.


  9. Saban TheatreRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 15, 2018 | LA Weekly

    When this beautiful Art Deco structure opened in Beverly Hills in 1930, it was originally called the Fox Wilshire Theatre and then was known for many years as the Wilshire Theatre before the name was changed again, in 2009, to the Saban Theatre. Designed by renowned architect S. Charles Lee, the theater features a two-story lobby, an ornately detailed proscenium and a large balcony.


  10. John Legend's Beverly Hills Pop-Up Celebrates Wine and SongRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 5, 2018 | LA Weekly

    Singer John Legend surprised an unsuspecting room full of lucky wine lovers at Heritage Fine Wines on Thursday night with an impromptu performance in the intimate back room in Beverly Hills. At the piano, the Grammy-, Golden Globe, Tony- and Oscar-winning singer, humanitarian and father of two treated guests to five Legend-ary hits, including "All of Me" and "Ordinary People," and previewed his new Christmas song, which comes out in December.


  11. Jonathan Gold: The Year I Ate Pico Blvd.Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 22, 2018 | LA Weekly

    For a while in my early 20s, I had only one clearly articulated ambition: to eat at least once at every restaurant on Pico Boulevard, starting with the fried yucca dish served at a pupuseria near the downtown end and working methodically westward toward the chili fries at Tom's No. 5 near the beach.


  12. Live in L.A.: Weezer Make Sure Nerd Rock Never Grows UpRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 10, 2018 | LA Weekly

    First things first: Yes, The Pixies opening for a younger band they obviously influenced might be somewhat unjust, but at least it's not the travesty that was Cheap Trick billed under Poison last month! And Weezer have just as many hits at this point, anyway. On Wednesday night at the Los Angeles Forum - and probably every date on their current tour - Weezer more than earned their headlining, stadium-filling status and slot with a performance that had it all.


  13. A Look Back at the Gold StandardRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 23, 2018 | LA Weekly

    For more than three decades, Jonathan Gold celebrated and educated professional chefs, restaurant owners and civilians alike about the food culture in Los Angeles. I'm a native Angeleno, like Gold, but he introduced me to neighborhoods I would have never found or landed in on my own.


  14. A Guide to Father's Day Fun You Didn't Think ofRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 14, 2018 | LA Weekly

    Toss those traditional Father's Day dinners and regifted ties aside, for Los Angeles presents myriad fantastic options for the fathers and baby daddies in your life who deserve celebrating. From baseball and rock & roll to road trips and race cars to beer and cowboys, here are the best out-of-the-box things to do with your pops this weekend.


  15. 14 Best Things to Do in L.A. This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    May 31, 2018 | LA Weekly

    From art festivals celebrating queer artists and South Asian culture to a very special comedy special, innovative dance productions in unexpected settings, a sustainable farmers market and a celebration dedicated to the golden days of cruising, here are the 14 best things to do in Los Angeles this week! In L.A., the sexier side of the Force has been a favorite burlesque theme for years via the popular Star Girls burlesque show. Now that Star Girls seems to have left the galaxy, The Empire Strips Back: A Burlesque Parody , a show from Australia, should make for a fun revisiting of erotic Jedi homage.


  16. Taste of the Nation Returns to Culver City on June 3Read the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2018 | LA Weekly

    Top Chef Dakota Weiss, James Beard Award winner Bruce Kalman of Union and Upper West chef Nick Shipp will get together again this year to host Taste of the Nation at the historic Culver City Media Park on Sunday, June 3. The annual event brings together L.A.'s top chefs, sommeliers and mixologists to benefit Share Our Strength's No Kid Hungry campaign. One hundred percent of the proceeds go to help fight hunger in America.


  17. Your Weekly Movie To-Do List: Animated Films for Kids and AdultsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 24, 2018 | LA Weekly

    The luminescent Norma Talmadge was a hugely popular silent movie star whose prominence waned with the advent of talkies. After two straight box office duds, she cut her losses, retired and lived well into the 1950s.


  18. Jean-Georges Beverly Hills Is a Special OccasionRead the original story w/Photo

    May 16, 2018 | LA Weekly

    Prix fixe and tasting menus are becoming standard across town, and one of the most grandiose can be found in the lobby of the Waldorf Astoria hotel in Jean-Georges Beverly Hills. Jean-Georges Vongerichten, an award-winning French chef and restaurateur, has restaurants around the world, in London, Paris, New York, Chicago, Miami and Las Vegas - and now the latest in Beverly Hills.


  19. Pasquale Rotella's Electric Daisy Carnival Is All About the Fans - Because He Is OneRead the original story w/Photo

    May 10, 2018 | LA Weekly

    The Insomniac headquarters, located at a busy intersection in Beverly Hills, is eerily quiet. The dimly lit offices embody that combination of professional trappings and laid-back decor common to cutting-edge companies, where the employees are unassuming but what they create is immense.


  20. This Weekend's Big Fire Comedy Festival Promises Laughs in the Great Wide OpenRead the original story w/Photo

    May 4, 2018 | LA Weekly

    Any aficionado of live comedy can tell you that there are tons of festivals out there. But in a world of comedic get-togethers, conventions and hoe-downs, the Big Fire Comedy Festival, happening this weekend a couple hours north of L.A., stands out like a rainbow-colored cactus in a bowl full of apples and oranges.


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