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  1. Where the Chefs EatRead the original story

    Thursday May 21 | LA Weekly

    Chef Ray Garcia has had a lifetime of Los Angeles eating to inform him. Garcia recently left a six-year stint as chef at Santa Monica's Fig to open two new downtown endeavors with Sprout : BS Taqueria, which opened in late March, and Broken Spanish which will... After earning a place in the hearts of American food obsessives through her run on Top Chef, Antonia Lofaso is back at the television game.

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  2. Veiled in Silence in Saudi Arabia, Rotana Tarabzouni Now Sings in L.a. ClubsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 6 | LA Weekly

    Singer-songwriter Rotana Tarabzouni shrugs off the inevitable rejections and shit-paying gigs common to her trade. The 26-year-old is not driven by the same goals as a doe-eyed Beverly Hills millennial with a great voice.

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  3. This Couple Takes L.A.'s Run-Down, Historic Houses and Makes Them BeautifulRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 6 | LA Weekly

    Jeffrey Gordon Weiss, 64, and his boyfriend, David Bailey, 28, present a sunny picture, slicing up a pineapple in the kitchen, two dogs snoozing at their feet, against the imposing backdrop of their new digs: a turn-of-the-century Colonial Revival mansion in Adams-Normandie. Known as the Beckett Residence, the house was deemed uninhabitable two years ago when it went on the market.

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  4. L.A.'s 10 Most Expensive Zip Codes For Real Estate RevealedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 4 | LA Weekly

    One of the reasons the cost of living is so high in Los Angeles is because there's a moneyed class of people that has helped to push housing out-of-reach for normal folks. While homes in communities from Venice to Silver Lake routinely fetch $1 million-plus, the average individual income in L.A. is a paltry $27,900 .

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  5. Ed Wood's "Plan 9" Studio Is for SaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 1 | LA Weekly

    If you want to buy a bit of Hollywood real estate history, this three story Hollywood building constructed in 1925 is up for grabs. It's at 5628 Santa Monica Boulevard.

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  6. 5 Free Art Shows You Should See in L.A. This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | LA Weekly

    This week, a show in Hollywood includes only one sheet of paper with just two sentences on it, while a show nearby has more than 111,000 words in it, none of which can be read. 5. Rainbows in rows There are lots of watermelon-colored, rainbow-shaped half-circles in Hour, one of two fantastic paintings by Allison Miller in "Made by Hand," the group show in Charlie James Gallery's basement.

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  7. 3 Great Happy Hours in Beverly Hills: Feel Rich and Famous, Even If You're NotRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | LA Weekly

    Leading up to this year's Best of L.A. issue , we'll be bringing you periodic lists of some of the best things we've found to eat and drink around town. Ice cream sandwiches and bowls of tsukemen , fish tacos and dan dan mian , cups of boba and glasses of booze.

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  8. 7 Great Things to Do in L.A. This Week for $11 or LessRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 24, 2015 | LA Weekly

    Known simply as Dr. Seuss, Theodor Seuss Geisel was neither a doctor nor a conventional writer-illustrator. He had an inimitable style that extended beyond his oeuvre of more than 45 children's books and into his wardrobe, namely his impressive hat collection.

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  9. 18 Best Things to Do in L.A. This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 23, 2015 | LA Weekly

    Named after the French translation of chiaroscuro , L.A.-based Clairobscur Dance Company has garnered attention and awards for artistic director Laurie Sefton's intricate choreography exploring multiple perspectives on tough topics such as bullying. This time out, her world-premiere Memory Lapse , with a score by Bryan Curt Kostors, considers shared memory as well as memory loss; the award-winning Obviam Somes looks at privacy versus security; and the local premiere of Werk Work riffs on the business world's hustle and bustle.

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  10. Huntington Park Has the Fattest Kids in California; Manhattan Beach Has the SkinniestRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 22, 2015 | LA Weekly

    As we're sure you've heard, childhood obesity levels are not doing so good in America. Though they've leveled off overall, our lowest-income cities are still stuffing over 50 percent of their young with enough French fries to earn them "obese" Post-Its on their foreheads.

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  11. An Aspiring Actress Gets Her Big Break - With a Drug BustRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2015 | LA Weekly

    Meili Cady's family and friends had flown in from her hometown of Bremerton, Washington, last month to attend the 29-year-old first-time author's signing at Book Soup. The reading included a photo booth in which attendees took mock mug shots, a fitting if bizarre addition considering Cady is a convicted felon.

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  12. For Saint Motel, a Spot on the Coachella Lineup Is Extra SweetRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2015 | LA Weekly

    Spending afternoons lunching at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills was something that Saint Motel never expected. They'd been staples in the Los Angeles indie scene for nearly a decade, yet never quite found the magic formula to move beyond their status as a local favorite.

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  13. 10 Best Eats In Arcadia: Neighborhood Grub CrawlRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 4, 2015 | LA Weekly

    Some call it the " new Chinese Beverly Hills ." For others, it's just the city where Din Tai Fung and the Los Angeles County Arboretum are located.

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  14. Spago Beverly HillsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 3, 2015 | LA Weekly

    The dining room at Spago in Beverly Hills feels very much like the descriptions of the restaurant in its early glory days - a place where beautiful people go to pop corks and have fun; a rediscovery of the idea that fine dining doesn't have to feel so strict. There's a sense of decadence, yes, but it's almost a throwback to the grand-hotel dining of 100 years ago.

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  15. California Is a Doctor's DreamRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2015 | LA Weekly

    The cold and flu season is almost behind us, but here's a nice bit of news, just in case: California is one of "2015's Best States for Doctors," says personal finance site WalletHub. That's kind of a no-brainer, given Hollywood's hypochondriacs and its plastic-surgery obsessed celebs.

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  16. 4 Smelt Dishes That Serve the Whole FishRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2015 | LA Weekly

    A plate of the tiny, mild smelt fish is the perfect finger-food appetizer. Usually served like calamari - fried up in a pile with some sort of dipping sauce - a small plate is enough to share.

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  17. Macbeth Gets a Sequel, 400 Years After Its PremiereRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2015 | LA Weekly

    Had William Shakespeare been an early-21st century playwright from Edinburgh rather than a late-16th century dramatist in London, he might well have approached the story of the 11th century King of the Scots, Mac Bethad mac FindlaA ch, the way that David Greig takes in his irony-infused 2010 history play, Dunsinane . And that is to never mention the protagonist of the Scottish Play at all.

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  18. Meili Cady's Book on Smuggling Drugs with Her BFFRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 26, 2015 | LA Weekly

    Meili Cady moved to L.A. to become an actress, not a criminal. In a strangely fortuitous way, she'd wind up doing both thanks to a headline-grabbing run-in with the law.

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  19. A Hot Transportation App That Could Save You From a DUI Comes to TownRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 17, 2015 | LA Weekly

    On St. Patrick's Day, you find out who your real friends are. Of course, you could always use an app we've told you about before: Be My Designated Driver, or BeMyDD .

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  20. Robert Durst Says He "Killed Them All, of Course"Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 16, 2015 | LA Weekly

    New York real estate scion Robert A. Durst might have sidestepped arrest had it not been for his desire to "tell it my way" when it came to long-simmering accusations that he had murdered three people. Tell it his way he apparently did, mumbling off-camera and into a hot mic for the taping of the HBO's The Jinx , a sensational, 6-part documentary series on "The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst," this doozy: The Los Angeles Police Department on Sunday said in a statement that Durst, 71, had been arrested Saturday afternoon in New Orleans "for the December 2000 murder of Susan Berman," a writer, friend and confidant who was found slain "execution style" in her Benedict Canyon home near Beverly Hills.

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