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Recycled Lives

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Pets: Sit. Stay. Pose.

A pedigree is posh. But a portrait is forever. Culver City-based artist Christopher Galligan paints cats, dogs, rabbits, and fish (upcoming commissions include a potbellied pig and a scorpion). Working from...

Shape Shifters

It was a perfectly mild Los Angeles evening up in the hills at the sprawling Getty Center, where British band Micachu and the Shapes put on an awesome show...

Off the Record: Top Draw

This week our Ask Chris columnist Chris Nichols answers the question, Is there really a bra-fitting school near Pasadena? You can see his reply here, but here's something we're not supposed...

A Second Walk Down Hubbard Street

Every now and again, an event deserves two thumbs up—from two different writers. Leilah Bernstein recently reviewed Hubbard Street Dance Chicago (HSDC)’s performance at the Ahmanson. I too saw...

Free Art And Culture, Every Day Of the Week

Discover cultural Los Angeles at an affordable price-FREE! With an assortment of museums as diverse as L.A. itself, there is something for everyone. Download the schedule

Booking It

From some of the talk at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books this weekend at UCLA, one might think we bibliophiles are all walking around, cradling our books...

The FAQ: 4/26/2010

The phone rings. Email dings. A question about the magazine is posed. I do my best to answer. Maybe this week’s question is something you were wondering about as well...

My LA to Z: Molly Ringwald

Photograph courtesy of Wendy Waddell The woman who defined 1980’s teenage angst is now a 42-year-old mother of three (and playing a mom on The Secret Life of the American Teenager on...

City Center

In the May issue of Los Angeles magazine, writer David Davis sits down with Pau Gasol to find out how the skinny kid from Spain who got big and...