Hollywood Brief: What Denzel Washington Is Up to Next; Awards Race (So Far)

Guest columnist Jeff Sneider breaks down the Oscar race standings: Who's up? Who's down? Who's not happening?

Hanukkah Celebration, Dodgers Holiday Festival, and 23 Best Things To Do in L.A. This Weekend

Also, celebrated L.A.-born artist Kehinde Wiley debuts "Self Addressed" exhibition at the Jeffrey Deitch gallery

Daily Brief: One Million Californians May Have to Repay Pandemic Unemployment

Also, three white men were found guilty of murder in the fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery

Weekend Playlist: Grammy Nominations Edition

Nominees include Jon Batiste, Doja Cat, Billie Eilish, BTS, Jay-Z

How LAX’s Boozy Passengers Are Making Flight Attendants’ Lives Hell

Policy changes made during COVID lockdown have resulted in more drunken, disorderly and belligerent behavior from flyers.

Michael Wolff Roasts Ronan Farrow — and Defends Woody Allen — in New Book ‘Too Famous’

In LA Mag’s exclusive excerpt, the Fire and Fury author dissects Farrow’s rise from failed MSNBC host to fearsome Pulitzer-winning journalist (and shares a few thoughts about the “unspoken weirdness” of Mia Farrow’s mothering).

Daily Brief: The Grove’s Nordstrom Latest Robbery, Grammy Nominations

Also, Brian Laundrie dies from self-inflicted gunshot wound

LA Mag’s Psychedelics Cover Story Is Being Developed As TV Series

TV and movie rights to Peter Kiefer's ”Shrooms! Shamans! Kosher LSD! Why Los Angeles Is Suddenly Tripping Out," was sold to a Malibu-based producer

The Battle Behind L.A.’s First Black-Female Owned Pot Dispensary

Owner Kika Keith tells LA Mag it took nearly five years and a lawsuit against the city for her to be able to open her cannabis shop