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11/1/2012

Where The Sidewalk Ends

Homemade monuments to those we’ve lost are all over town, built by friends and loved ones as reminders to be careful—and as a way of saying good-bye

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11/1/2012

The Sculptor of Dreams

Chris Burden’s unlikely trek from the frayed edge to the sparkling center of L.A.’s art establishment

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11/1/2012

The Road Taken

How an around-the-world adventure taught a former newscaster lessons about what it means to be home

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11/1/2012

Where The Sidewalk Ends

Not every shrine starts off as a memorial to a lost loved one. On Mulholland Drive, the one maintained by Sandy and Ed Martin is also known as “the holiday tree.”

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10/1/2012

The Final Frontier

Lifting off with space shuttle Endeavour

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10/1/2012

Let Us Now Praise Famous Women

Last year we asked ten leaders who impact L.A. to name other women who do the same. Here’s a new class of 50 who inspire

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10/1/2012

The Cop Whisperer

No filmmaker has captured the LAPD like writer-director David Ayer, whose latest, End of Watch, delves into the inner lives of those who protect and serve

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9/1/2012

Chefs of the Year

Celebrating the people behind L.A.’s finest food

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9/1/2012

The Takeover Artist

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9/1/2012

In Plain Sight

Stephanie Lazarus was an exemplary cop. She is also a murderer. How did she evade suspicion for 23 years when she should have been the prime suspect? The story behind the story

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