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One of L.A.’s First Monkeypox Patients Describes His Experience

”It boils down to this: This shit sucks and you don’t want it,” according to monkeypox patient Matt Ford, who is recovering from the disease

The LAMag Guide to Weekend Sales: The Lud, Makers & Shakers and More

A sample sale from the fashion world’s latest overture toward punk and some L.A. markets that could give your vintage style a glow up.

SCOTUS Hamstrings EPA and Federal Climate Efforts in 6-3 Ruling

The conservative majority of the court ”is textualist only when being so suits it,” Justice Elena Kagan wrote in the dissenting opinion

How the Roe Reversal Is Impacting A Menstrual Wellness Startup

Actor and CEO Ashley Greene exclusively told LAMag that she can’t help but think about how the Roe reversal may impact her pregnancy—and potentially her company.

Irv’s is Back: Beloved WeHo Burger Stand Returns After 4-Year Hiatus

Everything old is new again—beginning July 1, Sonia Hong is back serving old-timers and new customers at Irv’s Burgers.

Daily Brief: Newsom Approves Gas Refunds for 17.5M Taxpayers

Also, Hells Angel founder Sonny Barger dies at 83 and Cinerama Dome is returning with a new name, two bars, and a restaurant

Mystery of Anaheim Olympian’s Stolen Gold Solved in Trash

Team USA women’s volleyball star Jordyn Poulter offered hard cash for her stolen gold medal—fortunately that bounty now need never be claimed

4th of July Parties, ‘Pretty Woman’ Musical, and Other Best Things To Do in...

Plus, comedians Steve Martin and Martin Short will be performing at the Hollywood Bowl's July 4th Fireworks Spectacular

Emmett Till’s Family Seeks Justice After Finding Unserved Warrant

The family of Emmett Till is calling for the arrest of a woman linked to his 1955 kidnapping and murder after an unserved warrant was found