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  1. Recognize This House? Here Are Some Iconic L.A. Houses From Your Favorite Movies and TV ShowsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 1 | LA Weekly

    Whether it's a central location in a feature film or just an establishing shot on a sitcom, L.A. houses have seen some major Hollywood action. Whether Nancy's place from A Nightmare on Elm Street in Hollywood or the Cunninghams' Milwaukee home in Happy Days , many are instantly recognizable.

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  2. Inside the Oscars 2015 Gifting SuitesRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 25 | LA Weekly

    On Friday February 20, Secret Room Events held its Oscars Beauty Bar & Luxury Lounge at the W Hotel in Beverly Hills. Celebs left with a range of goodies ranging from sex toys by U.K. company Fun Toys to the Alphabet Kids book series for children.

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  3. 7 Great Free Things to Do in L.A. This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | LA Weekly

    Watch experimental opera Is the Industry turning opera - that most old-school of performing arts disciplines - into an L.A. indie hipster's paradise? For the second year, the company is offering a free program peeking into half a dozen of its projects, and this time, First Take is definitely not safe for work. Featuring performances of scenes from operas on topics ranging from the discovery of LSD to coed murder, the story of Bonnie and Clyde, and Revolutionary War-era censorship, First Take rewards the curious and the skeptical alike with some scintillating reasons to take a fresh look at the classical medium.

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  4. The Most Outrageous Oscar Beauty Treatments, Including a $450 Snake Venom FacialRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | LA Weekly

    Although she is envied by millions, we should actually pity the poor red carpet-hoofing celebrity whose flashbulb-assaulted face will be torn apart by the petty darts of gossip bloggers who will dissect every wrinkle, freckle and jowl. To stave off this oftentimes vicious media onslaught, film stars pay hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars to have their faces shined, buffed and waxed in the weeks before the Oscars so that they are ready for their public closeup.

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  5. The Best Free L.A. Art Parties This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 19 | LA Weekly

    This new edition of L.A.'s excellent free art parties has an unexpected pattern: new modes of portraiture. That's okay, though - L.A. loves to look at itself.

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  6. Parks and Recreation's Perd Hapley Is a Real-Life TV Reporter and Jazz SingerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | LA Weekly

    From the deaths of David Carr and Bob Simon to the suspension of Brian Williams and the announced retirement of Jon Stewart, last week was a rough one for the media business. But for fans of Parks and Recreation , the biggest loss in journalism is yet to come.

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  7. Scientology Inspires a New Play in Beverly HillsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | LA Weekly

    Allen Barton's absorbing new drama, Disconnection , spun from his experiences with Scientology, looks at the fallout from a regime change at a self-improvement church, when that church, under a new administration, devolves into an abusive cult. When amateur pianist Landon resumes his musical hobby with the help of a music teacher affiliated with the "faith," they both find themselves in a no man's land that looks like a blend of Star Trek and 1984 .

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  8. Alleged "Tip Jar Bandit" Busted in Beverly HillsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 13 | LA Weekly

    A rash of homicides has stricken South Los Angeles. And on Tuesday a 15-year-old was shot by cops because his friend was holding a toy gun.

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  9. A MacArthur Genius Choreographer Creates a Dance Show About ApartheidRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | LA Weekly

    This week's dance shows include the latest from JazzAntiqua, choreographer Kyle Abraham making the political personal, and a new collaboration between L.A. theater and L.A. dance troupes. In The Stories We Tell , JazzAntiqua's artistic director Pat Taylor unveils the results of her latest collaborations that included actor/director Obba Babatunde, dancer Jahanna Blunt, visual artist Mark Steven Greenfield, poet V. Kali, actor/playwrightLynn Manning , poet Gia Scott-Heron, and master teacher/performer Lady Walquer Vereen.The evening also includes excerpts from the company's newest full length work Song in a Strange Land .

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  10. Self-Defense Disguised as Dance, and Other Dance Shows to See This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 5 | LA Weekly

    This week's dance shows include Brazilian dance in Beverly Hills, contemporary ballet in Santa Monica, and modern dance in Long Beach with ballerina Wendy Whelan partnered by hot choreographer Kyle Abraham who brings his own dancers to Westwood. Barak Ballet, the contemporary ballet troupe led by choreographer Melissa Barak returns with three works including the newest from Barak, Middle of Somewhere premiered last spring at Sacramento Ballet's respected Modern Masters series, plus the reprise of her Yueh Fei .

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  11. The Best Way to Watch Vanderpump Rules Is to Visit Sur in West HollywoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 2 | LA Weekly

    On Saturday night at Sur Lounge, the room is filled with two distinct types of people: Half of them are clubby scenesters, either short-skirted and high-heeled, or perhaps making a pit stop on their way to the Abbey. The other half are tourists looking decidedly not from this neck of the woods, eyes akimbo, hell-bent on locking in at least one celebrity sighting on their trip to Los Angeles.

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  12. Here Are L.A.'s 10 Most Expensive Rental NeighborhoodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 30, 2015 | LA Weekly

    If you think rents are out of control in Los Angeles, you're probably right. A UCLA study last summer declared that L.A. was the "most unaffordable rental market" in the United States .

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  13. Food PersonalitiesRead the original story

    Jan 29, 2015 | LA Weekly

    In the last eight months, Nigerian national Tunde Wey left his position as co-owner of an experimental permanent pop-up space in Detroit, learned to professionally cook all of his family's traditional Yoruba dishes, traveled to Chicago, Philly, Washington DC and Philly hosting informal Nigerian meals and holed up in the Montage Beverly Hills, where she did a few more interviews, including one with us. Thus on a weekday morning, we chatted with the white-haired queen of... The last time you bought postage stamps may very well have been back when the Forever stamps were first introduced, but surely you need to restock for the holidays, or maybe you need to send a birthday card or mail a letter .

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  14. The Comedy StoreRead the original story

    Jan 27, 2015 | LA Weekly

    Some say West Hollywood's famous Comedy Store is haunted - reports abound of footsteps when there's no one around, lights flickering or turning off and on and freezing cold spots in the middle of an otherwise warm room. But whether you believe in ghosts or not, this WeHo staple will have you guffawing seven nights a week, with some of the biggest names in comedy performing regularly.

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  15. "Mr. Hollywood" Hangs Out With Models at Red Carpet Events. How Did He Get This Job?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 27, 2015 | LA Weekly

    His Instagram postings conjure up a glamorous lifestyle beyond the grasp of us mere mortals. There are parties on lavish estates with young, attractive women in stylish dresses, adorning his arm.

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  16. 10 Best Cupcake Shops in Los AngelesRead the original story

    Jan 23, 2015 | LA Weekly

    The gourmet cupcake bubble should have burst -- long ago. For some reason, it hasn't.

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  17. The Best L.A. Art Parties This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 22, 2015 | LA Weekly

    This week's edition of our favorite art-friendly party-time recommendations features experimental videos in Hollywood, a little bit of a scavenger hunt in the Arts District, an afternoon garage-in-the-alley gathering in Santa Monica, a pop surrealist freak show in Culver City, a celebration of endangered languages at the Hammer, avant-garde sex toys at Hustler, a Little Tokyo museum annex filled with art books, and, of course, onea lasta fair. Thursday, January 22 you have your choice of adventures in time and space.

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  18. 10 Best L.A. Boutiques That Won't Break the BankRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 22, 2015 | LA Weekly

    Finding the right women's clothing boutique means a lot of trial and error. Somewhere between the dingy storefronts packed with poorly-made clothing in sizes that only fit Keira Knightley and the intimidating, overly priced booths that cater to those in that actress's tax bracket are reasonably priced boutiques where a size four doesn't mean an extra large.

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  19. Bill Langworthy Produced The Hills But His Vanderpump Rules Is Even Better. Here's WhyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2015 | LA Weekly

    The cast of Vanderpump Rules at SUR in 2013. From left: Jax Taylor, Katie Maloney, Stassi Schroeder, Scheana Marie, Kristen Doute and Tom Sandoval At a small table outside SUR in West Hollywood, in the season two finale episode of Vanderpump Rules , Kristen Doute admits to Stassi Schroeder that she had sex with Jax Taylor.

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  20. California Has the Second Fairest Taxes in the U.S.Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2015 | LA Weekly

    But the nonpartisan Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy this month released its fifth "Who Pays?" report. And the Golden State ends up nearly on top when it comes to the fairness of taxes for a state's residents.

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