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  1. Dance Music Producer Eric Prydz's Debut Album Has Been in the Making for 10 YearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 25, 2014 | LA Weekly

    It's mid-afternoon on a Friday in West Hollywood and a few dozen thirtysomethings congregate atop a rooftop off Sunset to mingle and welcome Pete Tong to the inaugural stateside broadcast of his BBC Radio 1 show. From Tong's vantage point, it's a sea of monochromatic clothing and gelled undercuts fluttering about the dance floor, catching a house beat's rhythm and relishing in the fact that they got to play hookie.

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  2. Owners of the Canyon Club Are Opening the Rose, a New Venue in PasadenaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | LA Weekly

    Old Town Pasadena is getting a gift this Valentine's Day: a brand-new concert venue, located in Paseo Colorado, in the sprawling space once occupied by a Gelson's. Named the Rose, it's the latest nightspot from Sterling Venue Ventures, the company behind the Canyon Club in Agoura Hills and the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills.

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  3. "Boycott Is Not Off the Table" Despite Oscars' Dramatic Diversity EffortRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | LA Weekly

    A local African-American leader says an Oscars boycott that has been gaining steam after the nominations for Hollywood's highest honors snubbed actors of color is still on despite a move by the Academy Awards to dramatically diversify its membership. "At this point the boycott is not off the table," said Najee Ali of the National Action Network's Los Angeles chapter.

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  4. EstersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 18 | LA Weekly

    What makes a wine bar a wine bar? It's a question we posed last year when Marvin opened in Beverly Hills and it's one that came to mind again when we walked into the high-ceilinged interior then waited for a table one evening at Esters, the bustling new Santa Monica wine bar, shop and gourmet retail market brought to you by team Rustic Canyon and its wine director Kathryn Coker. The shop is clearly one of Coker's vision: around 20 quirky-yet-accessible wines are available to buy by the glass, and you can get bottles from a two-story-high retail wall of old-world-skewing selections that will cost you a $15 corkage fee to pop inside .

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  5. 5 Splurge-Worthy Tasting Menu Deals for DineLA WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 18 | LA Weekly

    For two weeks every summer and winter, we all have an excuse to visit restaurants we might not otherwise venture into. The discounted pre-fixe menus featured during DineLA encourage everyone to go out and live-it-up.

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  6. The Problem With the TMZ Game Show South of WilshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 8 | LA Weekly

    As an L.A. transplant who grew up in a part of Florida where the most famous person you can hope to run into is Vanilla Ice I've appreciated this city's cool-dude attitude about being in frequent close proximity to famous people. At best, an FP sighting is something to post about on social media like you would an especially good sandwich.

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  7. Japanese Delicacies You Didn't Know Could Be Deep-Fried, at Tempura EndoRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 7, 2016 | LA Weekly

    With the rise of high-end sushi spots - including Q, Sushi Tsujita and Shunji , which offer intricate, Edo-style tasting menus - the idea of walking up to the bar and dropping a few hundred bucks on an omakase doesn't seem as outrageous as it did a few years ago. But what about tempura? If you still envision it as something stuffed into a corner of a bento box, then Japanese chef and restauranteur Koichi Endo wants to change your perception.

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  8. The Best Hotel Brunches in L.A.Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 31, 2015 | LA Weekly

    It seems like the intent of brunch hasn't changed much since the word first appeared in print in 1895, when British author Guy Beringer wrote: "Brunch is cheerful, sociable and inciting. It is talk-compelling.

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  9. 5 Fool-Proof Gift Ideas from LA Weekly Critic Besha RodellRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 11, 2015 | LA Weekly

    This is now my fourth holiday season in Los Angeles, and I've gotten my local gift game down to an art of sorts. There are now a few things I turn to for almost all my L.A. gift-giving needs, for Christmas or weddings or anything else.

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  10. 5 Art Shows You Should See in L.A. This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 9, 2015 | LA Weekly

    This week, masked protesters appear in DIY textiles, a Beverly Hills gallery turns 20 and an L.A. video artist debuts a surprisingly playful retrospective. Birthday party Gagosian, the ultimate blue-chip gallery, has occupied its sleek Beverly Hills building for 20 years now.

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  11. Chef Phillip Frankland Lee's 10 Favorite San Fernando Valley RestaurantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 24, 2015 | LA Weekly

    Bar & Kitchen from Beverly Hills to Encino, where it will open on December 1. His plant-based restaurant The Gadarene Swine is in Studio City, and he recently moved to Sherman Oaks. With all this going on, it's also just been announced he'll appear on the next season of Bravo's Top Chef .

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  12. Los Angeles Neighborhoods Offer Some Upward MobilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 24, 2015 | LA Weekly

    A new analysis from the folks real estate listings site Redfin finds that Los Angeles is among the top half of American big cities that offer neighborhoods with at least some upward mobility. Redfin says L.A. ranks seventh among 20 top metros in the United States when it comes to the portion of the city with "a balanced home price mix," according to a statement.

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  13. Amid Housing Crisis, the Rich Are Gobbling Up High-End L.A. Real EstateRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 13, 2015 | LA Weekly

    Los Angeles has one of the worst housing crisis in America. Our rents are the nation's least affordable .

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  14. Hanjip Is Taking Korean Barbecue to New, Swanky HeightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2015 | LA Weekly

    Ever since Hanjip first announced it was opening in Culver City, there's been a lot of talk about it being a game-changer. Besides being the latest offering brought by the growing juggernaut of Bombet Hospitality Group , Hanjip was created in partnership with Chef Chris Oh - and it focuses on high-quality Korean barbecue.

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  15. Becky G Is a New Kind of Mexican-American Pop StarRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 5, 2015 | LA Weekly

    Rebecca Marie Gomez, 18, better known as Becky G, is a rising pop artist creating a lane of her own. She raps and sings in both English and Spanish.

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  16. Steakhouses Are Making a Comeback. Here's How to Choose the Right CutRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2015 | LA Weekly

    Food trends come and go, but steakhouses ought to be forever . A special-occasion dining experience long before the term "foodie" ever entered the lexicon, the steakhouse remains the finest testament to American exceptionalism - and its recent resurgence in L.A. suggests that fine dining might not be dead after all.

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  17. A Beverly Hills Ex-Principal Sued the School Board and Won. Now He Wants to Join ThemRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2015 | LA Weekly

    In his 2014 memoir, Carter Paysinger describes his 1972 trip at age 14 to Beverly Hills High School as "the most important day of my life." "Where I lived, in South Central Los Angeles, we had low-slung houses and chain-link fences and lots of giant billboards," he writes in Where a Man Stands.

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  18. Bernie Sanders, 74, Draws a Youthful Crowd in Hollywood With a Message of RevolutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2015 | LA Weekly

    Sen. Bernie Sanders fired up his supporters at a raucous fundraiser at the Avalon Hollywood on Wednesday night. The crowd skewed young and white, and eagerly cheered the 74-year-old presidential candidate's message of political revolution.

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  19. The 10 Restaurants Where Wally's Chef David Feau Loves to EatRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 14, 2015 | LA Weekly

    When people say "Wally's," it's likely you think of wine, and perhaps cheese, and that's probably it. The famed store, which is the largest independent wine retailer on the West Coast, has long been known as a place for serious collectors and casual drinkers alike.

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  20. Partying With the 1-Percenters at Beverly Hills' $1 Billion Mountaintop "Vineyard"Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 14, 2015 | LA Weekly

    To get to the most expensive piece of property in Beverly Hills, you turn off Benedict Canyon Drive and ascend a winding series of roughly paved roads, past the homes of Hollywood producers, professional athletes and aging movie stars. At the end of the last road, you come to a steel gate big enough to be a plot point in the next Mission: Impossible movie.

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