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  • Amy Wallace

    Editor-at-Large

    Wallace is an award-winning journalist whose work has appeared in GQ, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Esquire, Elle, Men’s Journal, the New York Times Magazine, The Nation and Conde Nast Portfolio, the business magazine where she spent nearly three years on staff as a Senior Writer. Previously, she spent 14 years at the Los Angeles Times and four years as a Senior Writer at Los Angeles magazine where she returns as Editor-at-Large. Her 2001 profile of the Editor-in-Chief of Daily Variety was a finalist for both the National Magazine Award and the Gerald F. Loeb Award.

 

L.A. to Napa and Sonoma

On the hunt for a moment of relaxation—and zen some—in Napa and Sonoma Read more...

Road Trip Flicks: The Straight Story

Editor at large Amy Wallace reflects on David Lynch's 1999 film (screening Sunday as part of our Road Trip Films series) and its lasting cultural relevance Read more...

Faith & Popcorn

Hollywood is hot for religious-themed fare. Credit Mark Burnett and Roma Downey. Oh, and God, too Read more...

Remembering Tom Sherak

L.A.'s Film Czar died on Tuesday. Editor-at-large Amy Wallace says he handled his illness "with class and humility and grace and a sense of humor" Read more...

Press Room: An Inside Look at Truthdig.com

Ed Leibowitz, who authored a profile of the website Truthdig for our February issue, gives us a sneak peek into his reporting process Read more...

The One Sheet Wonder

No one makes movie posters like Drew Struzan, whose paintbrushes and pencils have conjured wizards, raiders, and Vaders for nearly four decades Read more...


After Glow

Film shoots that happen when the sun goes down turn Los Angeles into a hypersaturated wonderland Read more...

They Got Served: Veteran Process Server J Scott Bergman on Delivering Bad News

“Don’t want to ruin your evening, but I have some papers for you.” Read more...

Forty-Four Minutes of Mayhem: Recounting The North Hollywood Bank Robbery of 1997

It is perhaps the city’s most haunting armed confrontation—a botched robbery at a bank on Laurel Canyon Boulevard on February 28, 1997. Read more...

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