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Go See Dead People

I went to the Mummies of the Word Exhibition on the day it opened. Why am I finally writing about it now? Well, because the kids are back in...

My LA to Z: Mary Lynn Rajskub

“I love it,” says Rajskub of life in the Valley. “When I drive...

Andy Lipkis Unplugged

Photograph courtesy treepeople.org Long before eco-friendly products lined supermarket shelves and global warming was as widely accepted as the Big Bang Theory, Andy Lipkis was educating Angelenos about saving the...

Comin' Up Roses

Hear ye, hear ye, the 2011 Annual Rose Queen and Royal Court tryouts are about to commence. Beginning this Saturday, young Pasadena women ages 17-21 are eligible to compete...

A Lighter Shade of Gray

Much has been made of God Willin’ and the Creek Don’t Rise, Ray LaMontagne’s fourth studio album, the first he’s made with his new band, The Pariah Dogs. After a...

Shopping

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Gossip in the Grain

By the time Jenny Lewis followed Blitzen Trapper out into the bluesy, summer evening light and onto the Hollywood Bowl stage on Sunday night, I had lost count of...

Generation Why?

Upstairs in Q’s Billiard Club on the Westside, a few dozen film junkies delighted at the antics of three scam-artists turning a trick when JR Mallon and Tom Fox’s...

Stress Test

California dreaming? Try California stressing. A new study by Portfolio.com ranked Los Angeles the second most stressed out city in the nation, topped only by recession-stricken Detroit. Though we...

We’re Honored

The 2010 PEN USA Literary Award Winners have been announced and Editor Mary Melton’s piece “Julius Shulman in 36 Exposures” is the winner in the Journalism category. To top...