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1886’s Mamie Taylor Cocktail

Spring is in the air—or is that just the hot wind? Either way, Pasadena’s historic drinking destination, 1886, has added some seasonal sippers to its menu courtesy of the...

Hollywood Props: Going, Going, Gone!

Julien’s Auctions in Beverly Hills is hosting a public viewing of the unbelievable movie items up for auction at their annual Hollywood Legends event next month. The whopping 260...

Lady Mixologists Take Over At Michael’s

Things are about to get shakin’ tonight at Michael’s in Santa Monica. For the third (and we hope not the last) time, chef and owner Michael McCarty and bartender...

Author Spotlight: Bill Zimmerman

In Troublemaker: A Memoir from the Front Lines of the Sixties (Doubleday), author Bill Zimmerman delivers an insider portrait of the antiwar movement that’s part adventure story and part...

The Architecture of Eldon Davis (1917-2011)

Rendering of Carolina Pines, Jr. at Sunset and La Brea Norms La Cienega Covina Sands in Covina, CA Googie’s Downtown...

The Lost Art of Window Dressing

With the exception of Beverly Hills at Christmas, the art of dressing department store windows here is almost a lost one. Heck, I guess we should be grateful to...

Where’s Chris 4/26/11

Hello friends! Your Ask Chris columnist here. I've been poking around LA County and spotted this neat place. Where was I? Be the first to guess correctly and win...

Ellie Goulding Visits The Grove

One of Britain's hottest pop exports, singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding, has been making the rounds in Southern California lately, beginning with a impressively soulful set at Coachella this past week followed...

Quad Squad

See Quad Squad, our May fashion feature Video by Adam Grossman

My So-Called Life Returns to TV

This is, like, epic: My So-Called Life premieres tonight on the Sundance Channel. In case you don’t remember or were too young to watch, the mid-nineties drama about teenage...