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Tony Curtis Freeway Mural Jumping To Hollywood Boulevard

For the past sixteen years, drivers on the southbound Hollywood freeway were treated to a mosaic-style mural of the actor Tony Curtis. This image of Curtis, who passed away...

Mary Blair’s World of Color

You’ve probably been staring at that cute little girl and her fanciful world on Google all day. That doodle is inspired by the art of Mary Blair, who would...

President Obama Headed This Way

President Barack Obama will be back in Los Angeles next week for two quick campaign events (one at Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas’ place in Hancock Park and another...

One More Reason to Hit the Food Event on Sunday

In case you’re still waffling about coming to Los Angeles magazine’s Food Event in Malibu this Sunday—with restaurants like Cleo, Mezze, MB Post, Picca, Playa, Sotto; chef demos by...

My LA to Z: Mark Z. Danielewski

You can also catch Danielewski at REDCAT on Halloween, where he’ll conduct a theatrical production of The Fifty Year Sword and sign books to raise funds for the Juvenile...

Review: Scottish Ballet at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

Performing in the United States for the first time in more than 20 years, Scottish Ballet presented two works last week at the Music Center that highlighted the company’s...

Eating On The Run With Photographer Gerald Panter

Some of the most beloved restaurants in Los Angeles are tiny shacks, or at least started in them. Pink’s Hot Dogs, Yuca’s and Irv’s Burgers aren’t much more than...

L.A. to Have First Ever Non-Profit Day Next Week

On L.A.’s first ever Non-Profit Day, Governor Jerry Brown, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, philanthropist and star of Los Angeles magazine’s October issue Wallis Annenberg, actress Jamie Lee Curtis, comedian George...

Peach-Burrata Salad

SBE's lastest restaurant, Mercato di Vetro, focuses on classic Italian small plates from Cleo's Danny Elmaleh. This week, the chef offers a way to bid final farewell to the...

Why The Olympics Are Good For Los Angeles

Young Chris was so excited when his family bought tickets to the 1984 summer Olympics. We saw soccer at the Rose Bowl and I don’t even remember who played,...