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13 Things Los Angeles Gained in 2013

Before ringing in 2014, take a look back at thirteen people, places, events, and awards that have made L.A. even cooler in the last twelve months than it already was.

Ending the Year of Ramen at Jinya

Do the Cha Cha Cha.

Why We Still Love Abbot Kinney

The quaint boulevard remains the pinnacle of bohemian chic—albeit with a price tag

No Fear

With its quakes and fires, some think L.A. is just too wild a ride. The natives know better

Prophet Margin

Ben Goldhirsh, the founder of Good Worldwide, is putting his millions toward making L.A. a better place—and to making a buck

The End is Nigh

Contemplating the mortality of Showtime’s slasher series, Dexter, as it slices into its final season

L.A. Food Events Worth Nibbling On: May 16 Edition

A guide to the upcoming week's most delicious happenings.

Art of the City

Living in a creative capital for painters, sculptors, and sound-scapers has its advantages, but with so many people and galleries worthy of attention, how do you know where to start? For the answer, read on

Murder in Black and White

Bernard Finch was a handsome doctor working in the San Gabriel Valley. Carole Tregoff was the beautiful assistant who became his mistress. When they murdered Finch’s wife in 1959, the pair set in motion one of the most sensational trials the country had ever seen—before being all but forgotten. Writer Steven Mikulan tells the tabloid-drenched tale