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Author Nancy Miller

  • Nancy Miller

    Deputy Editor

    Miller joined Los Angeles magazine in March 2012. She edits magazine features, cover packages, and the Buzz section as well as oversees editorial development in print and online. Prior to joining Los Angeles, she was West Coast editorial director at Fast Company and a senior editor at Wired, where she covered the intersection of culture and technology. Before that, Miller was a music and film writer for Entertainment Weekly and a producer/correspondent for KCRW. Over the course of her career, she’s lived with Ozzy Osbourne, served as a juror at the Sundance Film Festival, and been a contestant on The Price Is Right! Her favorite neighborhood in Los Angeles is Fairfax Village.


The Ultimate '80s Challenge

Two '80s L.A. obsessives—Vintage Los Angeles founder Alison Martino and Los Angeles magazine editor-in-chief Mary Melton—square off Read more...

'80s Film Series Kick Off: Come for "Hollywood Shuffle," Stay for a Q&A with Robert Townsend

Why the 1987 send-up of racist stereotypes in Hollywood is a must-see Read more...

Steal This Weekend: Deputy Editor Nancy Miller Shares Her Only-in-L.A. Plans

Our deputy editor keeps it local with this curated two-day break Read more...

Christopher Walken Loves “Spiffed Up” Downtown L.A.

The actor opens up about filming Stand Up Guys in the heart of the city Read more...

The Best of 2012 According to Nancy Miller

The Los Angeles magazine deputy editor shares her personal year-end list Read more...

Kicking Up Gust

When not in the shape of a funnel, or part of a hurricane, wind just doesn't sound all that intimidating. But writing about the Santa Anas is not as easy as it might seem. Read more...