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You love L.A.—the weather, the tacos, the culture. But when it comes to football, you root for your hometown team. Here's where to do it.
Rumor has it that it's the end of Paradise. It isn't. But it is the end of the Paradise Theatre.
Any given Monday, here's where you find the funny.
Steve Edelson thinks Los Angeles officials have it in for him -- and he's willing to spend $50 million to prove he's right.
Love's epic fail is mined for comedic gold.
Rising from the ashes of beloved dive bar the Red Garter, this space feels like Little Tokyo’s Blue Whale jazz club brought west.
He’s been shot, knifed, hounded by police, and shut down by the city. The story of L.A.’s nightlife wouldn’t be the same without Steve Edelson
Launched in July 2006, Dance Right, held on Thursdays at La Cita in, will bid adieu.
Spin the roulette wheel at the newish New Orleans-themed watering hole for a chance to sip your drinks for free.
Steve Edelson has launched more nightlife venues in the city than anybody else and has built a reputation for being brilliant and volatile. Dave Gardetta, who profiles Edelson in our December issue, talks with executive editor Matthew Segal about the story—and about being a storyteller.
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