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The Weekend Longread: An In-Depth Look at “Birth Tourism” in L.A.

With China booming, why are so many of its citizens coming to the L.A. area to have their babies?

Of Sons and Guns

A lone shooter turned Los Angeles International Airport’s Terminal 3 into a corridor of terror. Sue McCullough was there

The Secret Life of Johnny Lewis

He was a Hollywood actor who had it all—including a dark side that led to a grisly murder.

The Best New Restaurants of 2013

Mind-bending Tex-Mex! Perfect Izakaya! Pure-blooded Italian! Lusty vegan (for real)! Whether they’re celebrating what fire can do to meat or what plants can do for your palate, this year’s tastiest arrivals are full of surprises

The Top 10 Best New Restaurants of 2013

Whether they’re celebrating what fire can do to meat or what plants can do for your palate, this year’s tastiest arrivals are full of surprises

York Boulevard Might Be L.A.’s Coolest Street

With its reasonable rents and small-town vibe, York Boulevard (especially between Avenues 50 and 52) has been a retail and restaurant mainstay of northeast L.A. for decades

Partyscope: Boldface Tries

Hollywood party throwers want A-listers at their bashes. But who’s really available?

Style Stakeout: Melrose Place

Once a languid enclave of antiques stores, Melrose Place now bustles with high-end designer boutiques—and has the crowds to match

The Bigger Picture

Former studio head Sherry Lansing on leaving movies behind for a career focused on improving education and fighting cancer

Barbarians at The Gate

Where Andy Warhol re-created the "Sunset Boulevard" scene in which Norma Desmond passes through Paramount Studios’ iconic Bronson Gate, then and now