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How Garden Planters Became a Flashpoint in the Venice Gentrification Debate

Who is building hundreds of sidewalk planters in Venice–and why?
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Each Year, This Local Program Helps Hundreds of Foster Kids Get Glammed Up for Prom

Glamour Gowns and Suit Up offers suits, purses, makeup, and a lot of confidence

Book Excerpt: How A Branch of the Getty Family Became LGBTQ Icons

LAMag is proud to present an exclusive excerpt from James Reginato's book, "Growing Up Getty: The Story of America’s Most Unconventional Dynasty," out this week from Gallery Books/Simon & Schuster.
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After a Pair of Failures at the Ballot Box, Michael Weinstein Still Has Affordable Housing on His Agenda

AIDS Healthcare Foundation’s polarizing president has become an advocate for tenants—and a vocal critic of Governor Gavin Newsom
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How Three L.A. Organizations Are Fighting Human Trafficking

The powerful battle to free women and men from forced servitude and sex slavery
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Lawry’s The Prime Rib Owner Richard N. Frank Dies at 92

The restaurant legend understood how to create an elegant environment for gracious hospitality
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L.A. Charities That Could Use Your Time and Money this This Thanksgiving

If you’re looking for ways to share your blessings this Thanksgiving, check out these local charities

Why Photographer Martin Schoeller Turns His Camera on L.A.’s Homeless

Inside the award-winning portrait artist’s most powerful project yet

Photographer Martin Schoeller’s Newest Subject: L.A.’s Homeless

Survival on the streets as seen through a powerful lens

American Ballet Theatre: Makes a Pointe of Stopping in L.A.

ABT stages a magical backyard ballet at Jeanne and Anthony Pritzker’s place