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Liz Phair Shines a Light on Dark Matter in ‘Horror Stories’

The arch '90s rocker paddled through the muck and found her home on the Pacific coast
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When a South L.A. Family Lost Their Footing, Steve Mnuchin’s Bank Gobbled Up Their Slice of the American Dream

A new book examines the "modern-day robber barons" who benefitted from the housing market collapse—Trump and his inner circle included
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‘We Should All Be Mirandas’ Celebrates the Actual Heroine of ‘Sex and the City’

The L.A.-based women behind massively popular fan ’gram @everyoutfitonsatc wrote a book that celebrates the HBO fave’s real connecting character

A Pasadena Artist Is Using Women’s Histories to Inspire the Next Generation

According to 'Women in Art author Rachel Ignotofsky, ”It’s like people have been waiting for this content”
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Bobby Hundreds Built a Streetwear Brand Around Community—Now He’s Doing the Same with Food

The Hundreds will host a food and fashion festival in L.A. this month
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When Celebs Want Rare Books, This Is Where They Go

A former actor and his son have spent 20-plus years stocking first editions at Mystery Pier Books
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A New Book Takes a Look Inside Local Creatives’ Private Spaces

"Creative Spaces" from the co-creators of POKETO offers an intimate peek at the homes and studios of artists and makers
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In the Summer of 1933, L.A. Had Its Own Bonnie Parker: The Blonde Rattlesnake

A new book tells the long-forgotten story of Tom and Burmah White, married criminals who terrorized Los Angeles
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Designer Jenni Kayne Celebrates West Coast Living in Her First Book

As Martha Stewart says, “This is a lifestyle we would all be happy to adopt”
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A Landmark Book on Gay History Has Been Updated and Re-Released for a New Generation

Charles Kaiser picks up where he left off in "The Gay Metropolis"