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Let’s Do Brunch

From gooey pastries to towering Benedicts to stiff daytime cocktails, we present a mid morning's worth of indulgence

Inside the Malibu Beach Masterpiece of Architect Ed Niles

Peek inside a modern, East-meets-West stunner

To Build or Not to Build the Delta Tunnels

The future of the state is taking shape Where the sacramento and San Joaquin rivers meet

The Life of A. Scott Berg

In which the writer and his celebrated works—among them, in no particular order, volumes on Charles Lindbergh, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and most recently Woodrow Wilson—are submitted for thoughtful examination.

Tango In L.A.

Los Angeles is a great place to learn the Argentine Tango. Getting started is as easy as ready, set, tango!

Face the Music

L.A. is a great place to learn the Argentine tango. There’s no more intimate partner dance, but the closest connection new students make is with themselves

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

10 Hometown Getaways

Instead of battling LAX, stay put and get your R&R without leaving Los Angeles. Click through for these weekend sojourns that will remind you why you live here.

The Zen Master of Beef

Totoraku has no Web site. The name on the sign belongs to a place that closed years ago. Reservations? More power to you because, unless you know Kaz, the chef-owner, or someone who does, you’re not getting in