The Emmy Award-winning maestro, who composed the music for Seth MacFarlane's new flick A Million Ways to Die in the West, talks L.A.'s music scene, making time for family, and the restaurant he considers a "meat-lover's paradise"
The MMA fighter and star of thriller In The Blood can't get enough of the South Bay's good eats. She tells us where to find a top-notch champagne brunch, tacos to cure hangovers, and a local eatery with a Cheers vibe
Any way you slice it, this Top Chef alum and chef/owner of Tripel and Hudson House can't get her fill of the L.A. food scene. See where she partakes in ice cream-stuffed shaved ice, Korean steamed crab, and Sunday morning Nutella crepes
Watts is back in comedic action on season three of Comedy Bang! Bang! (premiering tomorrow on IFC). Here the coffee connoisseur and self-proclaimed non-vegetarian talks well-made espresso, tempeh Ruebens, and French food that rivals his mother's home cooking
The co-host of Velocity's Overhaulin' and weekend presenter for the NFL may be a Chicago native, but after 25 years in Cali he's become a full-blown Angeleno. See where he finds perfect ocean views, stellar sushi, and the seedier side of L.A.
The author of the zombie novel World War Z (and son of Mel) delves into the lives of black WWI heroes for his latest, The Harlem Hellfighters, out this month. Here's how he enjoys L.A. with his nine-year-old boy
The Oscar-winning cinematographer and newly minted director (his futurist sci-fi thriller Transcendence hits theaters tomorrow) savors simple pleasures like playing guitar and throwing pottery. Here, he shares his alternate L.A. universe
The star of USA's new series Sirens (who you may also recognize as Longinus from Modern Family) may play a Chicagoan on TV, but he's got L.A. on the brain. Here he tells us where he detoxes on Monday mornings, finds duds for that 6'5" frame, and gets in a bit of salsa dancing
The Oscar-nominated Iranian actress reigns supreme as Gypsy queen Stefania Vaduva Popescu on NBC's Grimm. Here she tells us where to indulge in healthy fare, breathtaking hikes, and how to find a bit of Tehran in L.A.
The breakout star of Fox’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine (and those awesome Old Spice commercials) tells us where he geeks out on art books, spends an afternoon with his (five) kids, and how he maintains that linebacker’s physique
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