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  • Shayna Rose Arnold

    Senior Editor

    Shayna Rose Arnold has worked as a writer, reporter, and editor since she began her career at Us Weekly, where she managed the magazine’s event coverage and served as Assistant Editor and Staff Reporter. She joined Los Angeles magazine in 2007, where she developed Los Angeles Magazine Custom Publishing projects before taking on the role of Online Content Manager for LAmag.com. Now a senior editor, she has also written for People and People.com.

 

Postscript: How Disney Hall Redeemed Frank Gehry

“Will its gleaming walls invite or merely impress?” That’s the question we posed alongside “How Disney Hall Redeemed Frank Gehry,” a cover story by Dave Gardetta that ran in our October 2003 issue. Ten years later, the answer is clear. Read more...

Tropical Punch: The Story of Mary Melton’s Hawaiiana Collection

Los Angeles magazine’s editor-in-chief has a connection to the Hawaiian Islands that’s been a lifetime in the making Read more...

Steal This Weekend: From the Beach to the Bowl

Senior editor Shayna Rose Arnold shares her holiday weekend plans Read more...

Amy Wallace’s Latest Run in With “Hollywood’s Information Man”

Nearly twelve years after writing about Peter Bart, Variety’s then editor-in-chief, for Los Angeles magazine, editor-at-large Amy Wallace returns to the profile for Harvard’s Nieman Storyboard’s “Annotation Tuesday!”—and fills us in on the experience Read more...

Q&A: Meet "Time Frame" Photographer Dustin Snipes

The photographer whose hand can be seen holding up vintage snap shots in our monthly photo-within-a-photo tribute to how Los Angeles is changing tells us how he approaches the series and what it has taught him about L.A. Read more...

Lost and Found: The Letter "E"

A Media desk mystery raised—and solved Read more...

A Stroke of Love: Artist Fabian Debora on Painting Father Gregory Boyle For Los Angeles Magazine

Fabian Debora, a former gang member and drug addict who now heads Homeboy Industries' drug and alcohol abuse program, tells us how Father Gregory Boyle—and art—helped save his life Read more...

On His Way: Archival Coverage of Jackie Robinson, College Sports Star

Robinson may be remembered best for the cultural impact his baseball career and personal character had on the civil rights movement, but his lesser-known record as a local college athlete is no less impressive. Read more...

Has Peter Bart Passed The “Most Hated Man In Hollywood” Baton to Charlie Ergen?

How the men behind one shared superlative stack up Read more...

Take Los Angeles Magazine’s “Better Off Ped” Challenge

We’re starting a walk-local movement to help Angelenos become healthier, wealthier, and happier. Here’s how you can join. Read more...
 
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