52 Great Saturdays

Prosecutors: Grindr Used by Robber to Target Gay Men

For nearly three years, Derrick Patterson, 25, used Grindr, the gay hookup app, to lure more than 30 men into meetups that devolved into robberies, some...

Celebrate Summer in Style – Throw the Ultimate Party with Temu

Summer is here, and it's time to soak up the sun, enjoy the balmy evenings, and make lasting memories. Whether it's a casual backyard...

What’s On in L.A. This Weekend: Kylie Minogue Wines, Corgi Nationals, Keith Haring

Also, Cinespia once again makes the guide with a showing of 10 Things I Hate About You

See Spot Run Amok?

Cityside Column: Feelings about the $278,000 machine have less to do with technology, and more with trust in police

An Evening Among the Roses Sweepstakes

One winner will be chosen to win two V.I.P. tickets to An Evening Among the Roses, a celebration of the LGBTQ+ members of the community and their many contributions to The Huntington.

Race to Erase MS Gala Celebrates 30th Anniversary

The Race to Erase MS Gala will return to Fairmont Century Plaza on June 2, 2023 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Gala....

Listen: Tina Turner’s Marathon Recording of “River Deep-Mountain High”

Tina Turner, who died today at the age of 83, was a famously robust performer.But the recording of her classic "River Deep-Mountain High" tested...
The Original Renaissance Pleasure Faire in Irwindale California

Going Medieval: The Fabulous, Fantastical Players of the Renaissance Pleasure Faire

The decades-old cosplay precursor carries on in all its batty glory, abetted by L.A.’s freelance lords, ladies, and knaves.

Singer Group Sponsors Championship Motorsports Team

L.A.-based global luxury brand Singer, known for its iconic reimagining of Porsche 911s and its internationally acclaimed Singer Reimagined chronograph watches from Geneva, has...

Gardens of Earthly Delights

Oxford House Projects  When she turned 11, event planner, curator, and author Jennifer Lehr told all her girlfriends to pack their bags, had her mother...

Cinespia Announces July Lineup

Attendees can look forward to Fight Club, Gremlins, and The Fifth Element upon the organization’s return to Hollywood Forever Cemetery

Pasadena Playhouse Honored With Tony Award for Regional Theater

Pasadena Playhouse, a century-old theatrical institution and one of the oldest in America,  was honored Tuesday with the 2023 Regional Theater Tony Award, making...

Dodgers to Honor ‘Sisters’ After Colossal Error

Uproar prompts team to fete drag group at Pride Night

Enter to Win a Visit to the Academy Museum Including Shopping, Dining, and More

Experience the art of film at the Academy Museum. Enjoy a day at the largest museum in the U.S. dedicated to the arts, sciences, and artists of moviemaking.

Special Interests Spent $70 Million Last Year Lobbying City Hall

Cityside Column: Developers drop big cash to influence city officials. So does a chicken joint

Letter from Cannes: Cate Blanchett, Todd Haynes and More

I celebrated under the stars on Barriere Beach, at the Hotel Le Majestic, in an evening honoring Charles Melton for May December, co-starring Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore,...

Sexual Harassment Suit Against Garcetti Aid Settled for $1.8 million

​​A Los Angeles Police Department officer who accused the former chief political advisor of ex-Mayor Eric Garcetti of sexual harassment has agreed to settle...

RD Home: Revolutionizing Online Shopping with Luxury Home Furniture

Furniture is never a simple commodity. Luxury furniture, in particular, is a mixture of design and purpose that makes the best pieces nothing less...

Nation of Language Channels Eighties Synth Pop Revival

For some initial moments at the Fonda Theatre in Hollywood, the mood was understated and calm as the acclaimed synth-pop trio Nation of Language...

Letter from Cannes: Opening Night

Opening night at the 76th Cannes Film Festival kicked off with the highly anticipated premiere of Jeanne Du Barry starring Johnny Depp and Maiwenn,...

15 Minutes With Charlie Day

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia star Charlie Day talks Fool’s Paradise, The Super Mario Bros. Movie and why he doesn’t read reviews.

What’s On in L.A. This Weekend: A Community Dance, Bug Fair, Cinespia

Also, a new collaborative exhibition from Reisig and Taylor Contemporary opens, titled ”No Plateaus”

Dodgers’ Removal of LGBT Group From Pride Event Sparks National Debate

The Los Angeles LGBT Center has removed its support for the Los Angeles Dodgers Pride Night, scheduled for June 16, and called for a...

Summer Movies: Indy Meets ‘M.I.’ and a Mermaid

 We all know by now what the sound and fury of summer movies signifies. You’re excused for assuming, until persuaded otherwise, that this summer’s...

Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino

Ready For an Elvis-Worthy Escape? Look no further, as Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino was his Las Vegas home. Present-day, the property continues...

The Strange Battle Over Bulgari’s Benedict Canyon Luxury Hotel

Cityside Column: A rare 7-7 council vote raises more questions than answers

Oh My! Pride 2023

Two icons of L.A. Pride—Trixie Mattel and George Takei— settle down for a freewheeling Q&A with Pitch Perfect author Mickey Rapkin and reveal why we all live in the gayest city on Earth. Plus, how to navigate this month’s events as well as a trip down Abbey road

DTLA Dinner Club is the Hautest Reservation in Town

The DTLA Dinner Club hosts free weekly celebrity chef–catered dinners for Downtown residents. It might be worth moving for.

Gloria Molina, Champion of the Eastside and a Political Tactician, Dies at 74

Cityside Column: The longtime county supervisor had a record of breaking boundaries

Cinespia Announces June Dates

One of the best parts of summer in L.A. is seeing a classic movie, with OG stars, under the actual stars

Chrissy Teigen Pops Up in L.A.

“For us it's like Cravings just exploded in a blank space,” says Chrissy Teigen of her food and lifestyle brand’s first-ever pop-up bakery at...

Seth Rogen: ‘I’m Very Supportive of the Writers Strike’

“I think the prospect of AI writing film and television is horrific, and the fact that the studios actually seem to be digging in on that point is even more horrific,” Rogen tells LA Magazine

The LAMag Guide to Weekend Sales: Dr. SkinFeed, Frette, Mother Denim

Also, Rose Bowl flea market sets its date for this Sunday, bringing hundreds of vendors and plenty of trinkets

What’s On in L.A. This Weekend: Joji, Mother’s Day Brunch, Blaster Battle

Also, watch Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 classic Psycho accompanied by an orchestra

Chanel Takes Over Paramount for Cruise Collection Show

Welcome to Chanel the Movie, presented on the storied studio’s historic Hollywood backlot

Mark Ridley-Thomas Challenges Conspiracy, Bribery Convictions

Cityside Column: Veteran politician’s legal team seeks to undo the seven guilty counts

Mother of All Chocolate Stores

Aviva Covitz was one of Beverly Hills’s first chocolatiers. Now, her sons carry on the business as andSons at the original location.

Celebrate Sunday Fun Day with a Bottomless Cocktail Brunch at L.A. Magazine’s Historic Headquarters

You’re invited! Join L.A. magazine for great food, bottomless cocktails, music, prizes and more

Growth Plan Will Transform DTLA

Cityside Column: Stage is set for L.A.’s core to get 100,000 new residential units, with a hefty affordable housing component

Alex Villanueva Hosts New Talk Radio Show

L.A. County’s Ousted Sheriff Is Now A Shock Jock

Los Angeles Magazine Names Shirley Halperin Editor-in-Chief

The veteran journalist has worked as an editor at Variety, Billboard, Entertainment Weekly and other national publications.

Chanel’s Revamped Beverly Hills Flagship Opens

Architect Peter Marino reimagined the Rodeo Drive original to create the largest Chanel location in the U.S.

Rome Ramirez Is Still as Punk as Ever

Rome Ramirez of Sublime tells LAMag about his upcoming performance at BeachLife Festival and enthralling history with the band

Hollywood Teamsters Chief Lindsay Dougherty Rallies WGA Strikers

A blazing speech by the first female and youngest-ever leader of the union is a hit with WGA rank and file

The LAMag Guide to Weekend Sales: Spyder, St. Roche, The Bias Cut

Also, check out a market that gathers over 150 of the best Angeleno vendors

What’s On in L.A. This Weekend: Lakers, L.A. Chamber Orchestra, Keystone Gallery

Plus, the L.A. County Fair returns in Pomona bringing family-fun until the end of May

Menendez Brothers Murder Case Under Review: District Attorney

LA County District Attorney George Gascon is reviewing a petition for a new trial in connection with the 1989 murder in Beverly Hills of...

The Kawaller Report: Breakthrough Prize Edition

The ”Oscars of Science” came to the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures earlier this month. We had questions.

The Writer’s Guild of America Strike: An Explainer

Ravaged by the streamers that have radically changed their jobs, the WGA negotiated without success for months. "Now we will do it through struggle."

Kevin Hart To Open Latest Vegan Restaurant

The ubiquitous comic’s third outpost in the Hart House franchise will occupy a former McDonald’s in Hollywood

‘Wednesday’ Star Jenna Ortega Dissed by Striking Writers

Her admission that she changed lines penned by the show’s WGA writing staff turns the actress into a punchline on the picket line

Can Anything Be Done About L.A.’s Ginormous City Council Districts?

Cityside Column: In the wake of the City Hall recording scandal, baby steps are being taken to add more council members

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