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Tomorrow People

I know summer has truly begun when I find myself in Malibu every Saturday at someone’s luxe beach house and run into big wave surfer Laird Hamilton in the...

5 Made in L.A. Finalists Announced

In conjunction with Made in L.A., the three-month exhibition that serves as the city's first official biennial, the Hammer Museum has announced five finalists for the inaugural Mohn Award....

Review: Seeking a Friend for the End of the World

The end really is nigh in Seeking a Friend for the End of the World. Matilda, a 70-mile-wide asteroid, is racing toward Earth. All attempts to avert disaster and...

X Games 18 Comes to L.A.

With 200 top athletes from 23 countries competing against each other for medals, cash prizes and endorsements, X Games 18 invade Los Angeles this weekend. Here's a list of...

Inside David Arquette’s New Club Bootsy Bellows

David Arquette opened his new club Bootsy Bellows in West Hollywood last night and I dropped by to check it out. Typically, my common sense keeps me away from...

Walking Wilshire With Jaime The Hat Man

This morning I stopped to say hello to Jaime the hat man as he made his rounds through the Miracle Mile carrying a tall stack of straw Milan hats...

God and Coffee: Los Angeles Magazine’s Breakfast Conversation on Faith in Entertainment

From Twilight to The Shawhank Redemption, from Woody Allen to Mel Gibson, Los Angeles magazine’s latest Breakfast Conversation centered on the role of religion in film and popular culture...

The Wednesday Afternoon Cram, 6/27/12

Everything you need to know from today's front pages L.A. Kings Not Happy That the NHL Finals Game 6 Puck Is MissingA hockey whodunnit--sort of. Zoo Officials Investigating Tragic Chimp-on-Chimp...

Nectarine Crostada

Until now, the only way to score a taste of Karen Hatfield’s divine, market-inspired desserts was to have dinner at Hatfield's, the Melrose fine-dining restaurant she shares with her...

Video Village With Ask Chris: Thunderbirds Are Go!

SuperMarionation is back! The American Cinematheque is presenting Gerry Anderson’s ‘60s sci-fi puppet show Thunderbirds at the Egyptian theater in Hollywood. The three-day festival opens Friday with the feature-length...