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Some Advice for New York Chefs Opening Restaurants in L.A.

The Intolerable Foodie says: Wise up. We’re not Vegas

The Oscar Statue Gets a Makeover

The new Academy Award has sharper eyes, a more defined mouth, and it looks like he's been working out.

Adam Scott’s Guide to New York, New York

The actor finds that the Big Apple never loses kid-appeal

Scene It Before: Location Forensics

Did Debra Morgan really hunt down her own serial killer brother from a police precinct in Miami? A brief investigation into the TV crime dramas that pretend to take place outside of L.A.

The Weekender: Edible Manhattan

From bagels to bucatini, the restaurant scene in the Big Apple is worth a trip all its own

Three Cheers to Us! America’s Best Bartenders Create L.A.-Inspired Drinks

Plus, a recipe from San Diego-based Erick Castro.

Blank Generation: The CBGB Movie Is Loads of Fun, Just Don’t Expect Accuracy

The mother of all punk clubs, CBGB, is the subject of a movie. The film gets a lot wrong, but it displays a genuine appreciation and affection for its subject.

7 Things You Wanted to Know About Thomas Pynchon’s New Novel but Were Afraid to Ask

Welcome to the spring of 2001 and the waning days of unbridled dotcom imperialism, the landscape for Thomas Pynchon's new novel, "Bleeding Edge."

Umami Takes Manhattan: Yelpers, Chowhounders, and Critics Bow Down

New Yorkers really like waiting in line for food.

Don’t Let The Door… Jeffrey Deitch Out at MOCA

Jeffrey Deitch is taking his funky, owlish spectacles--and the spectacle that surrounded his tenure as director of MOCA--and returning to New York.