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The Autry Museum Is Investigating the Histories of Griffith Park—and It Needs Your Help

As the park's quasquicentennial approaches, the Autry is collecting memories

A Santa Monica Tech Startup Has “Hacked” Meditation

Dave Asprey's Upgrade Labs has opened the floodgates when it comes to the brain's latent creativity—or so it claims
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We Went for a Ride-Along on a Cannabis Tour Through L.A.

Canna-tourism has come to L.A.—and it isn’t just for out-of-towners
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Hatchet Hall’s Chef Is Hosting Dinners That Explore America’s Food History

Brian Dunsmoor's Fuss & Feathers dinners are lively (and delicious) history lessons
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L.A.’s Most Interesting and Unusual Streets

From long streets to short streets with really long names
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Classic Jonathan Gold Reviews Inspired This New Cocktail Menu

Otium's bar is channeling the late critic's favorite L.A. restaurants, from Providence to Baroo
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Could Congestion Tolls on Roads Mean Free Metro Transport for All?

And, if so, will Angelenos take that deal?
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The Disgusting Food Museum Is Yucking People’s Yums

The new L.A. exhibit may not win any awards for cultural sensitivity—but it claims to have a point

The 9 Best Places to Get a Cup of Café de Olla in L.A.

Not quite like your abuelita’s, but these cups of coffee come close