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An Apple (Cupcake) For Teacher

Mama mia! The West Hollywood Italian hotspot has found the cure for culinary monotony. (We’re saved!) From Sunday to Saturday, chef Andrea Cavaliere and company are offering off-menu specials...

Where's Chris 9/7/10?

Our Ask Chris columnist had a busy Labor Day Weekend. Do you know where he was? Be the first to guess correctly and win a one-year subscription to Los...

Controversial.

We knew our June 2009 "Failure." cover featuring Mayor Villaraigosa struck a chord simply by the number of e-mails and letters we received about the story last summer. Now it has been named as a...

Chemical Reaction

August brought classical music by Gershwin, Tchaikovsky, and Mozart to the Hollywood Bowl. It also brought the Chemical Brothers, which performed with YACHT and Chromeo for KCRW’s World Music...

All the Colors of the Spectrum

     This artwork, originally featured in the exhibition Through Our Eyes: A Celebration of Young Artists at the James Gray Gallery in Santa Monica, was created by students of The...

My LA to Z: Alex Cohen

Photograph courtesy Rich Dean  Alex Cohen is one tough cookie. By day, the longtime NPR...

Buy the Numbers

25 YEARS OLD Forever 21 Blaring music, racks throbbing with candy colors, and jewelry that goes for the price of a Pinkberry run. Nascent adults can find unsubtle necklaces such as this...

The FAQ: Labor Day Edition

The phone rings, email dings. I do my best to answer questions about the magazine. After almost 16 years at the magazine my memory is looooong. Queries inevitably...

Chinatown Summer Nights

Longevity was the theme at the final installment of Chinatown Summer Nights, and the 71-year-old district has never had a livelier night. Crowds mobbed the Seven Star Cavern wishing...

This is Not Their Town

Since Walter O’Malley’s kids sold away their birthright to Rupert Murdoch 12 years ago, Dodger baseball has fallen ever deeper into the crapper as far as integrity is concerned....