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  • Lyle Zimskind

    Lyle Zimskind has been writing about Los Angeles culture since 2009. He is a regular contributor to LAist and has also written for the Los Angeles Review of Books and New York Newsday. In the 1990s he served as managing editor of Esquire's Czech Republic edition and co-translated the autobiography of NHL star Jaromir Jagr into English. Before moving to L.A., Zimskind worked onstage and off in the New York theater world. He holds degrees from Columbia and UCLA.

 

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Framed: The Real Abbot Kinney and His "Venice of America"

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Framed: Bottles and Cans, Tortilla Makers and Paintbrushes, Scraps and Bottlecaps are All Part of the "Empire of Love"

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Young Latin American artists in L.A. explore “Distant Parallels” between cultures in Long Beach exhibition Read more...

Framed: Oxnard Ventura, Abstract and Illuminated

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Framed: Elliott Hundley Evokes Rilke and Cocteau—With Strings Attached

The L.A.-based artist makes us look above and below the surface of his new works Read more...

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