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  • Marielle Wakim

    Associate Editor

    Marielle joined Los Angeles magazine in 2012 as an intern and came on full time in March of 2013, where she now works in the web, editorial, and marketing departments. Prior to settling in at Los Angeles, she earned her Masters in Professional Writing from the University of Southern California, where she studied non-fiction, fiction, and screenwriting. Her strengths are humor and memoir; her weaknesses are cookies and Zac Efron.

    Her writing has been featured on NPR, Relevant, The Huffington Post, Thought Catalog, and in Montage Magazine.

 

Is “The Greatest Event in Television History” Coming Back to TV?

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My LA to Z: Theo Rossi

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Child Support: Garcetti Says L.A. Will Help Shelter Detained Immigrant Minors

What will happen to the young victims of the immigration crisis? Some may become Angelenos Read more...

Tory Burch Steps it Up With a Fitbit Collab

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Adam Scott on the Golden Age of TV Credits

Before we got TiVo, we got show introductions worth watching. The Parks and Recreation star recalls his favorites Read more...

Invasion of the Valley Girl

What started as a grating geographic anomaly has crept into the mainstream Read more...

Drought Watch: Save Water, Save Money

$500 bucks (in fines) says Governor Jerry Brown can get you to turn off your sprinklers Read more...

This is What L.A. Might Look Like if the World’s Ice Sheets Melted

Not to depress you or anything, but Los Angeles could become a real life Waterworld within the next few centuries Read more...

Correspondences From a Jewish Grandmother: How to Handle Summer in L.A.

On his Web site, Weather From, comedian David Krumholtz takes on the persona of Gigi, an octogenarian with a penchant for meteorology. He—er, she—has a few opinions about our favorite season Read more...

CityTicker: 6 Signs of Patriotism in L.A.

Because only an Angeleno would host a barbecue with fat-free apple pie Read more...

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