Daily Brief: Paris Hilton Gets Married; Britney Spears Is Free!

Also, new L.A. City Council tweaks COVID vaccination proof mandates and new development in case of missing mom Heidi Plank

» Paris Hilton is officially off the market. She married fiance Carter Reum in a star-studded ceremony.  Hilton tied the knot Thursday in a lavish ceremony held at the former Bel Air estate of her late grandfather Barron Hilton. [People]

» Britney Spears is free! The 13-year conservatorship that controlled every aspect of the superstar’s life was officially terminated by a judge during a hearing on Friday. Spears and her legions of fans — including those of the #FreeBritney movement — rejoiced across the internet as the singer regained full control of her life. [Hollywood Reporter]

» Mid-City missing mom Heidi Plank discovered on video just before her disappearance. The investigation into the disappearance of Plank took a new turn when video was uncovered of her in downtown Los Angeles about a half hour before her dog was found unattended. [KTLA]

» Actress and advocate Rose McGown vows to never live in the U.S. again. ”The former “Charmed” star said she is now living in a “gentler” Mexico. [Newsweek]

» LA City Council tweaks COVID vaccine proof mandate requirements. The SafePassLA mandate took effect Nov. 8, requiring people to show proof of full vaccination to enter restaurants, coffee shops, gyms and other establishments. However, the council voted Friday to drop shopping centers from that mandate. [CBS Los Angeles]


» Hollywood Brief: Vin Diesel Wants The Rock Back; Leo DiCaprio Goes Mad! Jake Gyllenhaal Reboot? Also, guest columnist Jeff Sneider asks: Did ”Eternals” director Chloe Zhao have target on her back

» Exclusive: Lady Gaga Sells Historic Estate Formerly Owned by Frank ZappaThe star quietly sold the quirky estate, which includes seven bedrooms, six bathrooms and recording studio

» Travis Scott’s Astroworld Tragedy: The Newest Developments Eight people were killed and hundreds were injured at the music festival in Houston


Something yummy from our last Food Event

Fast Food Workers in So. Cal Strike for Fair Deal

After a year hiatus due to the COVID pandemic, Los Angeles magazine is psyched to bring back our annual Food Event on November 14. This marks the event’s 15th year, and will be held at the breathtaking Hummingbird Nest Ranch in the Santa Susana Mountains. It will feature fab food and cocktails from some of our favorite Los Angeles-based restaurants.

Chefs including Raphael Lunetta of Lunetta All Day in Santa Monica, Moises Placencia of Theía, will also be on hand doing live cooking demos, as will a slew of beverage brands to keep you sipping in style. Jessica Vilchis, co-host of California Live on NBC4, will host the special cooking demonstrations.

Here’s a sneak peek at a small handful of the (subject-to-change) menus chefs shared with us in advance. Please do not read this if you’re hungry and don’t forget to get your tickets here.

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