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‘It’s a Bloodbath’: Big Layoffs at The Hollywood Reporter

Veteran film critic Todd McCarthy was among the staffers axed by the glossy trade pub's parent company
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A First Look at the Grub at the Good Burger Pop-Up Diner in WeHo

Chef Alvin Cailan is slinging "Good" food with a side of '90s Nickelodeon nostalgia
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Forget New York vs. Chicago—These L.A. Pizza Joints Have Flavors from Around the World

From Brazilian to Mexican to Thai, these globally-inspired pizzas will expand your pie horizons
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Kobe Bryant Embodied the Soul of Los Angeles Like No One Else

The late Lakers legend represented the maddening contradictions, startling light, and strange darkness of L.A.
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L.A.’s Servers Say Tipping Is Way Down During the Pandemic

Restaurant workers who rely on tips to make a living are dealing with reduced customer flow—and reduced generosity
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This Writer Asked for Couples’ Petty Quarantine Drama and the Public Spilled

Meg Zukin's Social Distance Project started as a Twitter joke–and turned into thousands of dollars raised for those most impacted by COVID-19
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Shepard Fairey Looks Back at 30 Years of Dissent—and Forward to the Coming Election

The L.A.-based muralist behind everything from Andre the Giant stickers to the Obama “hope” poster displays work new and old in a retrospective in DTLA
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What’s Apple’s Streaming Strategy? Think of It as Content as Catnip

With the launch of Apple TV+, the tech giant is using pricey shows with big stars to get consumers hooked on the Apple TV app
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Housing Activists Staged a ‘Car Caravan’ Protest Outside Mayor Garcetti’s Home

What a rally for tenant protections looks like in the age of social distancing
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The People on These Political Signs All Have Something in Common

An art installation on a suburban lawn in Orange celebrates a less ballyhooed side of our political history