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A First Look at the New Bret Easton Ellis Book Everyone’s Talking About

The author's new memoir, White, is a big middle finger to all the beliefs you (probably) hold dear

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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Staying in with: Fashion Designer Jonny Cota

The Skingraft designer and ”Making the Cut” competitor shares what he’s reading, watching, and listening to right now

Author Ottessa Moshfegh Has Become One of L.A.’s Most Promising New Writers

My Year of Rest and Relaxation is the feel-bad book of the year (so far)
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Staying in With: Musicians RÜFÜS DU SOL

The electronic trio shares what’s getting them through

LeVar Burton Would Like to Read You a Story

The actor, PBS host, and now podcaster, wants grown-ups to get back to books
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Even Amid the Red Scare, 1950s L.A. Was a Wonderland Without Fences for Young People

Author and screenwriter Erik Tarloff recalls childhood on Detroit Street—and crashing the gates of Samuel Goldwyn Studios
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Mark Z. Danielewski Embarks on One of the Most Ambitious Book Projects in the History of L.A.

Danielewski’s 880-page The Familiar is part one in a 27-part series
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LeBron’s Move to L.A. Was All About His Next Phase in Hollywood

An excerpt from the new book LeBron Inc.: The Making of a Billion-Dollar Athlete