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Exhibit: Paris Life & Luxury At The Getty

If you like costume dramas you’ll get the vapors wandering through the gilded objects in the J. Paul Getty Museum’s Paris: Life & Luxury exhibit. They’ve assembled all the...

Pebble Beach Food & Wine Fest Already Underway

If you sense something is missing from your dining experience this weekend, you’re right! A number of L.A.’s favorite chefs including Matt Molina and Nancy Silverton (Mozza), Michael Cimarusti...

Mercedes-Benz To Open First Teen Driving School in the U.S. in Los Angeles

Mercedes-Benz announced today that the company will open the first Mercedes-Benz Driving Academy right here in Los Angeles this fall. The school will offer a driver’s education program that...

East Coast Vs. West Coast Hot Dog Battle

Just like a New Yorker, Papaya King walks in the room like they own the place. The venerable Upper East Side wiener palace is opening their first California location...

When in Rome

The group show When in Rome: Thirty Works of Art Between Now and Then (presented by Depart Foundation and Provincia Di Roma) opened in grand Roman style with a...

Your Chance To Buy a Piece of Theme Park History

If you’ve ever been on the Calico mine train or Timber Mountain log ride at Knott’s Berry Farm, you’ve enjoyed the creations of Bud Hurlbut. The master designer, engineer and...

Booking Your Weekend at the LA Times Festival of Books

My four-year-old is in my home office, demanding 20 hugs and 20 kisses. Sure, I say, but let’s be quick about it—I’m about to call Jamie Lee Curtis. We...

Black Cat Bakery Starts Dinner Tonight

Known for fresh-baked pastries, sandwiches on Homeboy Industries bread, and exotic breakfast dishes like a faro bibimbap, Black Cat Bakery is finally doing dinner. Starting tonight, the Fairfax nook...

Another Kind of Royal Wedding

If you can't make it to London for the royal wedding on Friday, you could always head to Palm Springs and join in the festivities of the Elvis Honeymoon...

A Peek Inside Pasadena’s Most Historic Rooms

Go behind the locked doors of some of Pasadena's most legendary rooms when the American Society of Interior Designers takes you on a tour of historic interiors in public...