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Inside the Bel-Air Megamansion a Local Cosmetic Surgeon Is Desperately Trying to Unload

Palazzo di Vista has a DJ booth, an NFT art gallery, and a controversial owner. Check out a few more of the home’s highlights
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As COVID Cases Rise, L.A. Bars and Restaurants Are Once Again Scrambling to Adapt

What should have been a summertime boom has given way to tough decisions and widespread uncertainty in the food and beverage world
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Forever 21 Pulls ‘Koreatown’ T-Shirt After Outcry

Some observers thought the fast fashion brand's homage to the L.A. enclave looked a little too familiar
bin laden

Osama Bin Laden’s Brother Lists Abandoned Bel Air Estate For $28 Million

The seven-bedroom home, which has sat vacant for nearly 20 years, looks worse for the wear
dean baquet

Exclusive: New York Times Editor Dean Baquet Has Been Running the Gray Lady from L.A.

The most important man in New York media has decamped to the West Coast. Not everyone's happy about that.
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California Slaps a SoCal Video Game Giant with a Sex Discrimination Suit

Santa Monica-based Activision Blizzard is accused of fostering an environment where women were harassed and undervalued
the grove

AMC Will Reopen the Movie Theaters at the Americana and the Grove

Cinephiles can soon head back to the movies at a pair of popular outdoor malls
real estate los angeles

From Open House Horrors to Clients from Hell, L.A.’s High-End Real Estate Agents Tell All

Six of Los Angeles’s highest-end agents dish among themselves and give us the straight dope about the cons—but mostly pros—of selling eight-figure properties in the middle of a pandemic
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Will Semiautonomous Robots Soon Replace the Delivery Dude?

Wheeled bots with cute names like Coco and Lola are being dispatched to tote to-go orders—but what does it mean for their human counterparts?