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How to Afford L.A.
LACMA's rise in the past decade is but one reason the city has emerged as a world capital of contemporary art
The Burns family has a long history in the L.A. restaurant scene, dating back to 1918 with the Robert Burns Pharmacy and soda fountain in Beverly Hills. The clan’s latest is this simple American bistro.
A goat in the yard means cheese in the fridge
Angelenos bond over things like working on a film or training for a marathon. The trick is staying in touch
It takes cojones to open a Scottish pub within a tattie’s throw of the legendary Tam O’ Shanter. Fortunately the operators of the Morrison know better than to try to compete.
Working a little mindfulness into your day could go a long way toward remedying a whole host of ills
In Marisa Silver’s new novel, a picture is worth 80,000 words
The roughly 3,000 turbines that line the San Gorgonio Pass like giant pinwheels on the road to Palm Springs generate electricity throughout the state. The answer to our energy problem may be blowing in the wind.
It’s Lori Balton’s job to take in the scenery and bring it to the big screen