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The Wing Is Finally Open in L.A.—Here’s What You Need to Know

The woman-centric coworking space debuts in WeHo—and it sure is pretty
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The New Soho House in DTLA Is Seeking “Creative Souls”

An early look at the private club for “creatives" (with cash to spare)

UPDATE: DTLA Bar Cancels Far-Right Black Metal Band’s Gig

The show's promoter says the band will still play in L.A. on Saturday

Another Magic Castle Is Opening Soon, and We’re Trembling with Anticipation

The private club will be completed later this year

A Long-Forgotten Nightclub from the ’40s Is Coming Back to Life

The World War II-era Rhythm Room will return to Los Angeles

Behind the Scenes at the Comedy Union

For a comic, the worst thing in the world may be dying the death of a thousand dogs at the Comedy Union, where the audience has exacting standards—and so does its owner

Comedians React to the Closing of L.A. Improv Institution iO West

Ike Barinholtz and other funny people share their recollections
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As UCB Struggles, Some Performers Want More Say in the Theater’s Future

According to longtime performer Adam Conover, now is the time for actor equity