Adam Levine: Deviant

Memo to Adam Levine and Erick Adame: Don’t Dignify Anyone’s Sexual Hysteria

Opinion: The latest in Good God People Are Crazy When It Comes to Sex comes from the Maroon 5 singer and a NY1 meteorologist

The L.A. Times Soon-Shiong Family Drama Goes National

While LAMag has been reporting on the tension and ethical minefield for months, POLITICO has now jumped in on Los Angeles’ major 2022 media story

Exclusive: The Battle Over ‘Bad City’

Author Paul Pringle responds to attacks by former L.A. Times editors over his book’s account of their alleged attempts to water down his explosive story of scandal at USC

‘Minions: The Rise of Gru’ is Everywhere: What We Understand So far

The weird blob things are part of Zoomers’ own burgeoning sense of nostalgia, and they are a financial and cultural force to reckon with

Being James Ellroy

In an exclusive interview for our podcast, the originals, L.A.’s last (and crankiest) literary legend has some deep thoughts about sex, love, fame, posterity, and podcasts, but best not ask him about his girlfriends

Camille Kostek Sets Record Straight on Rob Gronkowski-Julian Edelman Buccaneers Reports

The Sports Illustrated model speaks to LAMag at her Swimsuits For All pop up store in Santa Monica
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The Ivanka of the L.A. Times? Renegade Publisher’s Daughter Nika Soon-Shiong Is Captivating the City

The social justice-crusading daughter of the publisher of the Los Angeles Times may have an outsized influence at the paper.

CNN+ Streaming Service Shuttered Weeks After Launch

Staff were told that they are in a ”uniquely shitty situation” after outgoing management’s plans conflicted with Warner Bros. Discovery’s streaming vision
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The Elon Musk-Twitter Takeover Tale Just Took a Sharp Turn And Here’s Why

New reports revealed that the Tesla CEO's $43 million bid for a hostile takeover was rejected.

Marc Maron Has Hunch on How Chris Rock Will Finally Spill About Oscars’ Slap

"I’m just wondering what he’s thinking in terms of getting paid. I guess more will be revealed," the "WTF? With Marc Maron" host tells Los Angeles magazine