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My LA To Z: Zak Waters

The L.A. native and pop singer/songwriter gives voice to his favorite hangouts, including a "vibey" jazz bar and "the best sushi place ever"

My LA to Z: Wendie Malick

The down-to-earth actress talks about her soft spot for horses (and cats and dogs), her love of live theater, and where to find a touch of New York in Los Angeles

My LA to Z: Nyjah Huston

The 18-year-old skateboarding prodigy, who is nominated for Best Male Action Sports Athlete at this year’s ESPYs, grinds out a list of his top spots in town.

My LA to Z: Julie Newmar

The actress, best known for her iconic role as Catwoman (and who recently released a self-help book titled The Conscious Catwoman Explains Life On Earth) fills us in on where to find the best of her hometown, from hamburgers to haute couture.

My LA To Z: Omar Akram

The L.A.-based piano composer (and the first Afghan American to win a Grammy) fills us in on where to find mind-blowing sushi, organic Persian food, and the perfect spot for romancing your significant other.

My LA To Z: John C. McGinley

He may be known as the curmudgeonly Dr. Perry Cox on NBC's Scrubs but the down-to-earth John C. McGinley--who plays Dodgers announcer Red Barber in the Jackie Robinson biopic, 42--is just another guy who appreciates “bomb” sushi and a good old fashioned DIY project.

My LA To Z: Ann Friedman

The quick-witted journalist, purveyor of pie charts, and new Los Angeles magazine contributor spins a tale of a city where huevos rancheros, used book stores, and hidden-gem thrift shops are the heroes

My LA To Z: Rob Lowe

The Parks and Rec show-stealer and new curator for men's lifestyle venture InsideHook.com loves Los Angeles--literally. Here he tells us where to find great custard pie, how to travel in style, and who the real celebs are in this town.

My LA To Z: Julie Chang

The New York transplant and Good Day LA entertainment anchor loves her new west coast lifestyle. Here she shares her adventurous side, where to book a late-night spa treatment, and her appreciation for all things Trader Joe’s.

My LA to Z: Benjamin Bratt

The San Francisco raised actor (he stars in the movie Snitch out this week), on the L.A. theme park he’s grown to love, the local beach that changed his life, and the Italian spot he takes his wife for kid-free dates