BREAKING: You Can Now Feed the Giraffes at the L.A. Zoo

The giraffes get food, and the humans get giraffes. Win-win.
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The L.A. Mag Guide to Every Music Festival That Matters in 2019

Our authoritative guide to festival season has something for every type of fan
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What I Learned About Relationships from Hanging Out with Wolves

A sanctuary in the Angeles National Forest offers wolfdog hikes and a lot of insight

The Essential Spots for Afternoon Tea in L.A.

Crustless sandwiches are necessary for living a joyful life
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7 of Downtown L.A.’s Best Rooftops for a Summertime Hang

Fresh air, maybe some swimming, definitely cocktails
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A Record-Setting Marathon Champ Was Accused of Cheating—Weeks Later, He Was Dead

Dr. Frank Meza had found himself at the center of a media firestorm before his body was discovered in the L.A. River
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Extreme Heat and Dehydration Killed a Hiker in Malibu on Labor Day

Five other hikers were airlifted to be treated for heat exhaustion and dehydration after they ran out of water
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A Rare Super Bloom of Desert Wildflowers Is Expected This Spring

If all goes well, your Instagram feed is going to be full of flowers come March
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The History of Those Beautiful Jacaranda Trees in Bloom Around L.A.

How one pioneering woman brought trees with vibrant purple flowers to California’s landscape
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Kitschy ’70s L.A. Plant Culture Is Coming Back to Life

The Getty celebrates the reissue of “Mother Earth’s Plantasia” with a countercultural garden party