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Taste of Westfield Century City

Join us for a dining experience benefitting Tools For School at many of the Westfield Century City restaurants (100% of the proceeds will be donated).  Try signature bites, desserts, and...

Celebrate Fashion’s Night Out at Santa Monica Place!

  Grab your girlfriends and celebrate Fashion's Night Out! Enjoy an evening of fashion, exclusive retailer events and promotions and a special performance by the one and only Stefano.  With...

Prince of the City

Photograph by Christina Gandolfo Eric Garcetti has the sort of résumé that other politicians pine for. He’s an Ivy Leaguer (Columbia), a Rhodes scholar, and a Navy Reserve officer. When...

September 2012

Chefs of the Year

Slippery Slope

Illustration by Gracia Lam To: The Edge    Re: Your planned Malibu compound After reading about your troubles trying to build in the mountains of Malibu, I decided I needed to go...

Game Changer

Staples Center is a feat of engineering: No other arena has two NBA teams and an NHL team sharing the same floor space. Since opening in 1999, the $400...

Gusto

Gusto, an unassuming but hopelessly charming West 3rd Street nook, serves handmade pastas, unfussy pizzas, and pork meatballs to satisfy a neighborhood need.

I hear that cult leader Jim Jones had a church in L.A. Did he preach here?

Photograph courtesy skyscrapercity.com Six years before he led a mass suicide in Guyana, Jones and his People’s Temple purchased an ornate old church at Hoover and Alvarado streets. The Romanesque...

Industriel

Every food trend is represented on Joseph Antonishek’s menu and beneath the noise is some skillful cooking. With editing, there’s loads of potential

Movie Stars and McCarthy Salads: The Beverly Hills Hotel Turns 100

Opened by Hollywood hotelier Margaret Anderson in 1912, the Beverly Hills Hotel brought wealth, glamour, and real estate cachet to what was then an area with six homes and...