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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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How California-Born Restaurants Conquered America

From Taco Bell to McDonald’s, Wienerschnitzel to IHOP, most of the food giants that took over the world were cooked up in California. A look back at the origins of the real California cuisine.
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The Devil’s Bargain: The Inside Story of Tupac Shakur and Suge Knight

In an excerpt from ’Changes: An Oral History of Tupac Shakur,’ those close to the late rapper recount a fateful relationship that would set into motion Tupac's untimely demise—and change the trajectory of hip-hop history
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In 1970s Hollywood, These Black Actresses Ruled the Screen

A first look inside movie historian Donald Bogle's new book about black cinema history
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Kamala’s Way: Insights from a Balanced New Biography About the Vice President

Author and journalist Dan Morain delves into Harris's influences, her enemies, and her meteoric rise from Oakland to DC chronicling her rapid rise from Oakland to Sacramento to Washington DC

Meet the L.A. Woman Demystifying Modern-Day Witchcraft

The author of Craft: How to Be a Modern Witch talks female empowerment, her love for L.A., and her witchy fashion muses

These Photos Will Transport You to a Neon-Soaked 1930s Hollywood

If Google Street View existed in the Art Deco era, Hollywood Boulevard would have looked like this
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Stoned Again: A Look Back at the Making of ’90s Classic ‘Dazed and Confused’

A remarkable new oral history about the making of Richard Linklater’s 1993 breakout chronicles the lost paradise of early ’90s indie filmmaking as it transitioned unsteadily to the Hollywood mainstream
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What It Was Like When Airline Food Was Good

And no one complained about it

A Look Inside the Final Days of Hollywood Park Race Track

Before it shuttered in 2013, photographer Michele Asselin turned her lens on the Inglewood landmark