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L.A. Poet Amanda Gorman Will Perform at Super Bowl LV

The presidential inauguration's big star is classing up February's big game
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Meet the Pizza-Dough Maestro Behind Some of L.A.’s Best Pies

When media moguls and big-name chefs need help perfecting their pizzas, Noel Brohner is their go-to guy
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Compton Mayor Aja Brown Will Not Seek Reelection

After leading the city for seven years, Mayor Brown says she will be looking for new ways to serve the community
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This Photographer Has Spent 30 Years Capturing L.A.’s Subways as They Take Shape

Ken Karagozian decades-long project of heading underground and shooting Metro's construction projects exists where documentary meets fine art
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Joan Didion’s Prose Remains Peerless in ‘Let Me Tell You What I Mean’

The iconic author's latest collection of essays delves into her rejection from Stanford, the writing process, and her affection for Martha Stewart
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L.A. County Plans to Align with Purple Tier Status and Allow Outdoor Dining

Other activities that were restricted under the regional stay-at-home order will be allowed starting today
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Everyone’s Buzzing About Biohacking, but Will It Actually Help You Live Longer?

From Santa Monica to Silicon Valley, a growing band of new age techies is leading a health revolution. Is the path to immortality really paved with ozone enemas and cryotherapy sessions?

Santa Monica Has Made a Mess of Investigating Last Spring’s Public Safety Disaster

Thousands of dollars were spent on a report on what went wrong the day looters ransacked the city, but it never saw the light of day
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The Standard, Hollywood Is Closing—but Giorgio’s Will Live On

After 22 years, the pandemic has spelled the end of the stylish Sunset Strip fixture