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Top 10 Chinese Restaurants

The 9 Best Chinese Restaurants in L.A.

Christmas day might signal spiral-sliced ham to some, but to many others, it means Chinese food. From finger-licking Dungeness crabs in Rosemead to the crunchiest shrimp toast in Beverly Hills, here are our picks for the city's finest Far East eats

Many people who live in West Hollywood think they live in West Los Angeles. Please tell them they are wrong.

West L.A. isn’t a city. The designation is used generically to describe a region. Where it begins is open to debate. West Hollywood, however, is its own...

Mas Malo’s Hookup for Downtown L.A. Residents

If you’re reading this and you’re a downtown Los Angeles resident, you’re in luck. Starting in June (yes, that’s tomorrow, already—no, we’re not sure how that happened), Mas Malo—known...

L.A.’s Buttermilk Truck Goes Incognito

If you can’t spot your favorite breakfast-bearing food-mobile this week, fret not. From today through Friday, June 3, L.A.’s Buttermilk Truck will temporarily be dubbed the “Superior Donuts Truck”...

Coachella to Double in 2012

For some, attending next year’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival will be like déjà vu. Organizers announced this morning that the festival, which has been held over three...

Recap: The Bachelorette, Season 7, Episode 2

Now that we’ve all met and had some drinks we’re off and dating. Being that this is episode 2 and all, Chris Harrison drops by explain how the show...

My LA to Z: Garcelle Beauvais

Actress Garcelle Beauvais might be an expert on legal dramas—the NYPD Blue alum is returning to the field of justice alongside Mark-Paul Gosselaar on TNT’s Franklin & Bash, which...

Fraiche’s “Rustic Mondays” Returns: Bailey vs. Fullilove

Given the intense rivalries that often exist in the restaurant world, it’s refreshing to see teamwork has come into vogue among our city’s top chefs. Recently, we’ve seen enough...

Visit the Museum of Kitsch

The New York Times just paid a visit to Willis Wonderland in Studio City, home of my favorite songwriter/playwright/artist/cyber-pioneer/kitschmeister, Allee Willis. Her 1937 pink Kesling modern shines in a...

Conan O’Brien to Mayor Villaraigosa: “Isn’t it Time I Got a Street Named After Me?”

This just in (or this in recently while we were sleeping, but no matter): Conan O’Brien is calling for a Los Angeles street to be named after him. And...