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Exclusive: An Explosive New Biography Reveals the Secret that Almost Destroyed Natalie Wood

This excerpt from 'Natalie Wood: The Complete Biography' details how the actress covered for husband Robert Wagner's alleged bisexuality
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Staying in With: Musician Katzù Oso

The L.A. synth-pop artist is finding new ways to create and play while staying home
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How Well Do You Know Griffith Park? A New Guidebook Explores Its Every Nook and Cranny

Just in time for the reopening of L.A.'s trails, hiking expert Casey Schreiner releases the first in-depth guide to Griffith Park
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In 1977, Ted Templeman Went to Check Out an Unknown Band from Pasadena and Changed Rock History

In this exclusive excerpt from his new memoir, the Warner Bros producer recalls the thrills and terrors of recording Van Halen’s debut
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A Look Back at California’s Long-Lost African American Beaches and Vacation Spots

In the new book 'Living the California Dream,' historian Alison Rose Jefferson looks back at leisure's place in Black people's fight for civil rights
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Staying in With: Musicians RÜFÜS DU SOL

The electronic trio shares what’s getting them through

Staying in With: Tech Investor Jesse Draper

Tech investor Jesse Draper was named one of the most connected women in America. Here's how she's staying that way while staying at home.

The Brentwood of My Youth—Joan Didion’s Brentwood—Is Long Gone

Growing up in the Westside neighborhood in the late ’70s, I reveled in its affluent simplicity. Now, I hardly recognize it
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‘I’d Made the Decision I Was Going to Try Heroin’: Dan Peres Delves Into the Dirty Details of His Addiction

In an exclusive excerpt from the former ’Details’ editor’s buzzy new memoir, he recalls a wildly misspent night in Los Angeles

A Former Party Crasher Explains How He Infiltrated Some of Hollywood’s Most Elite Events

"The toughest are the Globes and the Oscars, of course. But nothing is impossible," according to Adrian Maher