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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.

 

Announcing the 2014 National Magazine Award Finalists…

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Los Angeles magazine and ArcLight Cinemas Present: Road Trip Movies!

To celebrate our March Road Trips issue (on newsstands February 27th), we’re partnering with Arclight Hollywood to bring you a series of films about the open road Read more...

Wine and Spine: Show Us a Full Set of 2013 Issues And You Could Win a Sparkling Brut

Some say a picture is worth 1,000 words. We say it's worth a bottle of booze Read more...

Los Angeles Magazine's Halloween Style

All Hallow's Eve has come and gone, and as per usual, no one could accuse our office of having a half-hearted attitude towards the holiday Read more...

All Clear: Los Angeles Magazine’s Water Supply Is EPA Approved

In honor of our September feature on Water in L.A., we decided to go on a fact-finding mission: could the water flowing from our office sink be harboring dangerous contaminates? Read more...

Stamp Of Approval: Celebrating This Year's Best Of L.A. Winners

Everyone loves a winner. What’s more, everyone loves a party. Last night we combined the two for our annual “Best Of L.A.” soiree at Smog Shoppe in Culver City Read more...

The Slow Reveal: Stack This Year’s Issues of Los Angeles And See What You Find

We’ve hidden something on the spine of our zine that makes itself clearer each month Read more...

Q&A: Meltdown Poster Artist Dave Kloc

L.A.-based artist Dave Kloc screenprints original posters for Meltdown Comics' on site comedy show, Nerdmelt, that can only be described as sui generis. Here we discover where his inspiration comes from, what makes his art unique, and just how tiresome it can be to hand-draw 100 ducks. Read more...

Los Angeles Magazine Picks Up A Prestigious Ellie At The National Magazine Awards

We couldn’t be more excited to announce that our October 2012 package on Plastic Surgery in L.A., edited by Nancy Miller, took home the Personal Service Ellie at last night’s ASME awards ceremony in New York. Read more...
 
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