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  1. Christmas Eve Traditions Come to L.A.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | LA Weekly

    Increasingly, going out to dinner on Christmas Eve is becoming a family tradition. And well aware of the growing demand, many of the city's most beloved establishments are keeping doors open on this once shut-down evening, leaving those fireplaces burning and eggnog flowing on December 24. But beyond just serving the normal dinner menus, some restaurants are using the holiday as an opportunity to embrace their culinary heritage.


  2. Guide to Life: Preparing for overseas travelRead the original story

    Friday Dec 19 | The Columbus Dispatch

    The journey across the bridge from Detroit to Windsor, Canada, is, in some ways, longer than the distance between Boston and Los Angeles. And a trip to another continent can be exotic, indeed.


  3. Jonathan Pittman settling into role as new Lakes Mall manager in Muskegon CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | MLive.com

    Less than two months after longtime general manager Michael Hagen left The Lakes Mall in Fruitport Township, Jonathan Pittman has been hired to replace him. Pittman, 36, began work on Dec. 1, near the start of the busy Christmas shopping season at the regional mall along the Harvey Street corridor.


  4. Charles McNulty's best stage shows of 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | Los Angeles Times

    Sharon Leal, left, and Angela Lin in "Stop Kiss" at Pasadena Playhouse on Nov. 2, 2014. "Choir Boy" : Playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney found poignant harmony in his play about the cruel disharmony of difference at an all-boys African American prep school renowned for its choir.


  5. Jennifer Garner displays her natural complexion as she ditches the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | Daily Mail

    Who needs it? Jennifer Garner displays her natural complexion as she ditches the make-up for shopping trip with female pal She is set to start filming The Tribes Of Palos Verdes early next year, where she will no doubt be required to wear heavy stage make-up to cope with the glare. So no one can blame Jennifer Garner for opting for a natural complexion while she can when she stepped out in Santa Monica on Thursday.


  6. Art critic Eva Diaz focuses on the flaws of Prospect.3Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | NOLA.com

    In her Oct. 27 story on the Art Agenda website , critic Eva Diaz catalogs what she considers to be curatorial missteps, communication errors and logistical challenges of Prospect.3. Admirably, Diaz chose to explore the 18 scattered venues by bicycle, during the action-packed opening weekend of New Orleans' international art festival. True, the slower mode of locomotion may have exacerbated Diaz's navigation troubles within the tight time constraint, but many of the challenges she recounts will be familiar to anyone who has attempted to canvass the often confusing event -- even if they roared from P.3 site to P.3 site at the wheel of a Lamborghini .


  7. Iggy Azalea Concert Tickets Go On Sale and Remain Available at...Read the original story

    Friday Dec 19 | PRWeb

    Iggy Azalea tickets for her upcoming 2015 The Great Escape Tour go on sale for the public to buy today. These and all other popular concert tickets remain available at TicketsCheapest.com in association with Financial Firebird Corporation where fans will pay less than at other resale sites for a range of seats from cheap areas to premium seats or a floor ticket.


  8. 10 Best L.A. Street Art Murals of 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | LA Weekly

    This year should have been a pinnacle for street art in Los Angeles. A 10-year ban on public murals was lifted at the end of last year, and our city, with unlimited walls and unmeasurable creative energy, was expected to become saturated with public color.


  9. Beyonce and Jay Z 'lose bidding war for Beverly Hills...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | Mirror.co.uk

    The lavish Los Angeles pad boasts eight bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, a 24-seat cinema room, wine cellar, and a 16 car garage Singer Beyonce and Jay Z might have topped Forbes magazine's World's Highest Paid Celebrity Couples list in 2013 after earning a whopping $95million between them in just one year, but it didn't stop them losing out on this lavish property. The power pair made an offer on a sweeping Beverly Hills property after visiting it multiple times, according to TMZ, but a 35-year-old Swedish video game programmer has snapped it up instead.


  10. When the Legendary Theodore Bikel Turned 90Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 19 | Forward

    Broadway star, Academy Award-nominated and Emmy-winning film and TV actor, folk singer, recording artist, radio host, raconteur, advocate for the arts, international human rights activist - Theodore Bikel has been all of these things and more over the course of his long and intensely rich career, and he's still going relatively strong at the age of 90. "My days are somewhat different than they were at 80 or 70," says Bikel from his home in Los Angeles, which he shares with Aimee Ginsburg, his fourth wife, whom he married last year. "I do what I used to do, but I do it more slowly and selectively in terms of public appearances.


  11. Tweens learn to giveRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | Examiner.com

    There is no better time to help tweens learn to give than during the holidays. Whether you celebrate Hannukah, Christmas or Kwansaa, the gift-giving spirit in the air is contagious.


  12. No white Christmas for York CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | York Dispatch

    Though a storm will push through York County the middle of next week, a weather forecaster says it will bring rain rather than the much-sought-after fluffy white stuff. "We don't see any shifts in the models for there to be snow in the forecast," said Alex Sosnowski, a senior meteorologist with AccuWeather.


  13. Original Farmers MarketRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 9, 2014 | LA Weekly

    Are you dreaming of a white trash Christmas? Ever wanted to make a reservation for a boozy jello mold? Then this year, Villains Tavern, which we named one of the best bars in Downtown L.A., is making all your winter-y dreams come true with its first-ever White Trash Christmas. There's no cover to get in, and once inside, $2 tall boys and a concoction called "Trash Can Punch" await.


  14. A Threat to Hollywood Launched Dad's Political CareerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | News Max

    Kim Jong-un isn't the only strongman to threaten Hollywood and win. He isn't even the most recent.


  15. York's Salvation Army coming up short in kettle campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | York Dispatch

    Salvation Army bell ringer Kenneth Truitt Sr. works a kettle collection last season outside Boscov's at the Galleria Mall. The local Salvation Army is about $90,000 shy of reaching its goal during its yearly bell-ringing Red Kettle Campaign.


  16. Houston ridiculously snubbed in Best Food Cities rankings: Where's the national foodie respect?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | CultureMap

    National listicle website Thrillist has ranked the country's 40 biggest cities "by their food." Using a highly scientific method of polling Thrillist staffers across the country, the ranks are "based on their finest establishments, their signature contributions & traditions vis-a-vis national cuisine, and the strength of their dining cultures."


  17. This Is What Your Christmas Lights Look Like From SpaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | MTV

    What's a better signifier of the holiday spirit than Christmas lights? And this year, thanks to NASA you can see just what Christmas cheer looks like from outer space. The space administration released a handful of photos taken by the NOAA/NASA Suomi National Polar-orbiting Partnership satellite that actually show a 20 to 50 percent increase in bright lights around Christmas and New Year's Day compared to the rest of the year.


  18. Donmar's City of Angels Eyeing West End TransferRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | BroadwayWorld.com

    The Daily Mail writes that Donmar's artistic director Josie Rourke is in talks to transfer CITY OF ANGELS to the West End. Negotiations are in the early stages, so no word yet on a timeline or whether the original cast will travel with the show.


  19. South Hills Plaza Fetches $21MRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | GlobeSt.com

    Hong Kong-based investor LT Global has purchased the South Hills Plaza shopping center from an unnamed Los Angeles partnership for $20.7 million at a 6.8% cap rate. Sitting on 9.4 acres, the 120,598-square-foot property is anchored by a Marukai Market and 24 Hour Fitness .


  20. MLB Trade Rumors: Analyzing Buzz on Josh Hamilton, Justin Upton and MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | BleacherReport

    Major League Baseball teams celebrate the holiday season similarly to how the rest of us do. Their shopping starts, for the most part, in early December, and they continue to explore their options the rest of the month.