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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
We got to know the male model—for our readers’ sake
The fluffy Southern staple reaches new heights in L.A.
Every month LAmag.com compiles titles of local interest that are hitting the bookshelves. Here, arranged by genre, are some highlights.
Fifty rapes. Ten murders. Two identities. One man. From 1976 to 1986, one of the most violent serial criminals in American history terrorized communities throughout California. He was little known, never caught, and might still be out there. Now a determined investigator, a retired detective, and a group of online obsessives are on the hunt to track him down
If what a director puts onscreen can inspire, can’t it incite, too? Tussling over artistic responsibility
One of the earliest L.A. food movements of 2013 is the upscale, East Coast-style seafood shack. The first to showcase this trend is Jason Travi, who has been off our radar since his acclaimed stint at the now-shuttered Fraîche in Culver City.
Go behind the scenes of our March fashion feature shot at the former estate of wizardly designer Tony Duquette and staring New Girl actress Hannah Simone in glittering gowns from the latest crop of next-big-thing designers
10 Surprising Hometown Getaways
Even for someone who loves film and TV, violence can be too much to bear: Who wants those images in their head?