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  1. Championship Burgers Revealed! L.A. Weekly's Ultimate Burger Bracket's Final ThrowdownRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | LA Weekly

    With quite a few front runners knocked out in the last round, the Final Four had one battle that was exceedingly close and one that was a bit of a slaughter. See below for how each battle went down, who won according to both the judges and readers, and how to vote in the final round .

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  2. Rapper/Producer DeLon Is Proud to Rep His Sri Lankan HeritageRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 28 | LA Weekly

    Producer, rapper and DJ DeLon might have cut his teeth at rap competitions in Compton and South Central. But he's a son of Sri Lanka at his core.

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  3. The Gamble House Goes Back to the FutureRead the original story

    Monday Jul 27 | LA Weekly

    DeLoreans line the brick driveway of the Gamble House, located at 4 Westmoreland Place in Pasadena. The house was the location of Doc Brown's 1955 mansion in Back to the Future .

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  4. 7 Great Free Things to Do in L.A. This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | LA Weekly

    Mariachi isn't just for the hombres . At A Viva la Mujer! Celebrating Women in Mariachi , Leonor X. Perez, founder of the Mariachi Women's Foundation, discusses the women performing the Mexican folk-music style.

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  5. Pasadena Central LibraryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | LA Weekly

    If you're looking for a piece of nostalgia just outside the most bustling part of the city, check out this library located on East Walnut Street in Pasadena. Designed by the same architects as the Huntington Library, its huge selection of books and beautiful, elegant rooms keep quiet-loving patrons coming back to study, read or just relax.

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  6. Golf's U.S. Open Is Headed to L.A., but Donald Trump Could Be an IssueRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | LA Weekly

    The Los Angeles Country Club in Holmby Hills was selected as the location of the 2023 U.S. Open of golf. It'll mark the 75th anniversary of the nation's most prestigious golf tournament.

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  7. 5 Free Art Shows You Should See in L.A. This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | LA Weekly

    This week, a knee is the protagonist in a downtown exhibition and artists organize a meeting in Pasadena about making Skid Row self-sustaining. Overdue For almost a year, artist Dale Davis has been working on digitizing and organizing the archive for the Brockman Gallery, which he and his brother Alonzo Davis ran in Leimert Park from 1967 into the 1980s.

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  8. L.A. Street Food Fest Goes Beyond the Food TruckRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 6 | LA Weekly

    The L.A. Street Food Fest brings a diverse swath of L.A. street food - not just from food trucks, carts, stands and pop-ups, but also from celebrity chefs and brick-and-mortar restaurants - to the Rose Bowl July 11. "We never considered ourselves a food-truck event even though we became built that way," says founder Shawna Dawson.The festival's first year, 2010, was at the height of the food truck craze - and, as a result, most of its vendors were trucks. "As we got bigger we knew we wanted it to be what it was always intended to be - a street food event.

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  9. Boycott Threatened as Pro Golf Tour Sticks With Donald TrumpRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | LA Weekly

    In October the 33rd PGA Grand Slam of Golf is slated to come to Los Angeles County, where about one in every two of us is Latino - mostly of Mexican descent. Following Donald Trump's widely criticized comments about Mexican immigrants , the PGA remains as just about the last major national brand to stay in business with the GOP presidential candidate.

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  10. Back to the Future at 30: A Guide to the Movie's L.A. LocationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 30, 2015 | LA Weekly

    "We decided to call it Hill Valley, which was kind of an oxymoron that nobody ever really gets," jokes Back to the Future 's co-writer and producer, Bob Gale. Gale and co-writer/director Robert Zemeckis, both from the Midwest, wanted the film's setting to feel like an archetypal, middle-America town.

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  11. Back to the Future at 30: A Guide to the Movie's L.A.'s LocationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 30, 2015 | LA Weekly

    "We decided to call it Hill Valley, which was kind of an oxymoron that nobody ever really gets," jokes Back to the Future 's co-writer and producer, Bob Gale. Gale and co-writer/director Robert Zemeckis, both from the Midwest, wanted the film's setting to feel like an archetypal, middle-America town.

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  12. 9 Things to Do in L.A. to Celebrate Marriage EqualityRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 26, 2015 | LA Weekly

    After months of deliberation, the Supreme Court of the United States has ruled that the Constitution guarantees a right to same-sex marriage. For gay Angelenos looking to connect with their community and revel in the momentous occasion, the queer mecca of West Hollywood is hosting several events and parties this weekend to commemorate this triumph, and possibly bump into the man who just may be your future husband.

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  13. 1,100 Bikes for Sharing Are Coming to DTLARead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 26, 2015 | LA Weekly

    Are we the only city in America with a bike-share program? Liberal, tree-hugging, bike-lane-crazed Los Angeles? Our friendly transportation overloads at the Metro board voted yesterday to award an $11 million bike-share contract to Bicycle Transit Systems, Inc. The program will bring 1,100 bicycles to 65 bike-share stations to downtown Los Angeles starting next spring, says the office of Mayor Eric Garcetti, who chairs Metro's board. The deal will also expand Metro-sponsored bike sharing to Pasadena in 2017 and, eventually, to eight other communities in Los Angeles County, Garcetti's people say.

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  14. DelisRead the original story

    Jun 24, 2015 | LA Weekly

    My dad was a rye-bread kind of guy, which I noticed during a half-dozen childhood summers spent tagging along to his business meetings at Jewish delis throughout L.A. Most of the time I would sit silently eating my half of a pastrami on rye (or reuben on rye or corned... For more than three decades, the Lovi family has operated successful mom-and-pop-style delis in the San Fernando and Conejo Valleys. With their latest venture, though, they're launching something new: upscale deli dining.

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  15. LunchRead the original story

    Jun 15, 2015 | LA Weekly

    Believe it or not, one of the best introductions to an unfamiliar cuisine is a buffet. The lunch buffet at Tibet Nepal House in Old Town Pasadena offers the chance to explore Himalayan food - and ranks as one of the most interesting lunch buffet options in greater L.A..

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  16. Yeastie Boys Slings Legit, Hand-Rolled New York-Inspired Bagels Out of a Food TruckRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 9, 2015 | LA Weekly

    Right before it's time to feed the crowd at The Hundreds' warehouse sale in Vernon, Evan Fox and James Reamy let out huge yawns. As the creators of the Yeastie Boys food truck, they've been up since well before dawn making New York City-inspired bagels.

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  17. This Week's Best Concerts: Lupe Fiasco, The Kooks, Make Music PasadenaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 5, 2015 | LA Weekly

    Hanni El Khatib, Chicano Batman, Avid Dancer NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM "All my life, I've been fighting for the moonlight," Hanni El Khatib declares on the title track of his latest album, Moonlight . "People are disgusted by the things that seem to scare them; it's a shame," he continues, as he drives through murky shadows, which are lit up by clean dance chords and trails of fuzzy guitar.

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  18. TraxxRead the original story w/Photo

    May 30, 2015 | LA Weekly

    Celebrating 75 years downtown, and offering 60,00 passengers service each day, according to the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Union Station is a hive of activity. Located inside this landmarked gem is Traxx Restaurant, open since 1977.

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  19. 9.8 Earthquake Prediction is a JokeRead the original story w/Photo

    May 27, 2015 | LA Weekly

    A planetary alignment of Venus and Mercury will not cause a 9.8 earthquake on the West Coast of North America at 4 p.m. Thursday. The prediction comes from a conspiracy theorist in the Netherlands , who posted a video that lays out his argument that a historic temblor will strike our part of the world.

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  20. The Definitive Guide to Los Angeles Art WalksRead the original story w/Photo

    May 26, 2015 | LA Weekly

    People really do walk in L.A., which is the reason why there are a surprising number of L.A. art walks. Some, such as the Los Feliz Art Walk and Miracle Mile Art Walk, appear to have come and gone, while others have endured.

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