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8 Things L.A. Women in Power Know

Los Angeles magazine’s breakfast conversation with Amy Elaine Wakeland, Geena Davis, and Dr. Ann McElaney-Johnson was a master class in movin’ on up

Something to Talk About: How Angella Nazarian’s First “Women A.R.E.” Conference Came to Be

A Q&A with the Iranian-born L.A. activist creating a network for L.A. ladies

The September Issue: LA Woman Luncheon

Where doctors, union organizers, politicos and heads of institutions get together—in truly great shoes.

Los Angeles Magazine’s Third Annual L.A. Woman Luncheon

The kudos circulated along with Nescafe coffee when we held a luncheon at the Sofitel Los Angeles to celebrate the 10 women named L.A. Game Changers in our September issue.

L.A.’s Most Inspiring Women

When it comes to making L.A. better, those who made this year’s list of our ten most inspiring women aren’t just leaning in—they’re leading the way

Los Angeles Magazine’s September Cover Preview: Dr. Kristi Funk, Angelina Jolie’s Surgeon

In Los Angeles magazine’s September issue, Dr. Kristi Funk, the surgeon who performed Angelina Jolie’s double mastectomy, talks for the first time with editor-in-chief Mary Melton about Jolie’s resolve to help others and about the impact her decision to go public had on women around the world. Here's a sneak peek

Doctor’s Orders: Editor-in-Chief Mary Melton on Los Angeles Magazine’s September Issue

By the time of Angelina Jolie's decision to get a double mastectomy, her doctor, Kristi Funk, was already a familiar face to one anxious patient

Single Ladies Study: L.A. Women Are Hard To Get

L.A. women have been called many things—hot, happy, and friendly, casually chic, even action heroes. Now Badoo.com, a social dating network, is adding “unapproachable” to that list.