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  • Leilah Bernstein

    Associate Editor

    Bernstein joined Los Angeles magazine in 2008. Previously she was an associate editor at the Los Angeles Times Magazine, having completed internships there and with the L.A. Times’ Food section. She also wrote stories for the Food section in addition to the magazine. A fourth-generation Angeleno who often helps at her family’s antiquarian bookstore downtown, Bernstein graduated with a bachelor's degree in English from UCLA and a master’s in print journalism from USC’s Annenberg School for Communication.

 

Celebrating the Legacy of Fred Astaire with American Contemporary Ballet

This weekend the troupe veers from classical pointe work and turns to ballroom dance Read more...

TONIGHT: Misty Copeland Talks About Her Rise from Child Prodigy to Ballerina

The American Ballet Theatre soloist discusses about her new memoir, "Life in Motion: An Unlikely Ballerina" Read more...

Hip Meets Hot: L.A. Dance Project Arrives at the Ace Hotel Downtown

"Black Swan" choreographer Benjamin Millepied introduces his dynamic collection of contemporary dance performances to downtown L.A. Read more...

American Contemporary Ballet Pays Homage to George Balanchine

Take a master class—without the sore muscles Read more...

Choreographer Barak Marshall Returns to His Roots

The native Angeleno presents his work "Harry" at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. Read more...

Still Making Waves: Martha Graham Dance Company Comes to the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts

Artistic director Janet Eilber talks about the contemporary choreographer's L.A. connection Read more...

Something New Afoot: American Contemporary Ballet Leaps onto Miracle Mile

ACB is a small troupe, but it has made a huge impression since it was founded in 2004 by artistic director Lincoln Jones Read more...

Three Balanchine Ballets, One Free Picnic

The Music Center is hosting Los Angeles Ballet and American Ballet Theatre for a trio of performances. We spoke the with Los Angeles Ballet artistic directors Thordal Christensen and Colleen Neary. Read more...

Caravan Book Store: 60 Years Young

The shop my grandparents started on Grand Avenue in 1954 is still chugging along. Read more...

10 Dance Classes for Adult Beginners

As Jillian Lauren describes in our April issue, learning the Argentine tango is a step in the right direction toward finding connection. These places go beyond the milonga to keep you on your toes Read more...

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