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  1. Aron KallayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | LA Weekly

    The late Larry Sultan, whose LACMA retrospective just opened, photographed his father and mother with the same curious distance he employed when photographing porn stars in the valley, which says a lot about his work. It's all about style, posture and personality, but it's best when those personalities have some moral ambiguity to them, so that the humanity of a subject doesn't distract you from Sultan's fantastic eye for detail.

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  2. 2 Men Sought as Potential Witnesses to Massive DTLA FireRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | LA Weekly

    The late Larry Sultan, whose LACMA retrospective just opened, photographed his father and mother with the same curious distance he employed when photographing porn stars in the valley, which says a lot about his work. It's all about style, posture and personality, but it's best when those personalities have some moral ambiguity to them, so that the humanity of a subject doesn't distract you from Sultan's fantastic eye for detail.

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  3. Inside the Mind of LeonardoRead the original story

    Monday Dec 15 | LA Weekly

    The late Larry Sultan, whose LACMA retrospective just opened, photographed his father and mother with the same curious distance he employed when photographing porn stars in the valley, which says a lot about his work. It's all about style, posture and personality, but it's best when those personalities have some moral ambiguity to them, so that the humanity of a subject doesn't distract you from Sultan's fantastic eye for detail.

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  4. It Takes Nearly $100,000 a Year in Income to Rent an Average L.A. HouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | LA Weekly

    The late Larry Sultan, whose LACMA retrospective just opened, photographed his father and mother with the same curious distance he employed when photographing porn stars in the valley, which says a lot about his work. It's all about style, posture and personality, but it's best when those personalities have some moral ambiguity to them, so that the humanity of a subject doesn't distract you from Sultan's fantastic eye for detail.

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  5. Drone Shows L.A.'s Expo Line Route from a Bird's-Eye ViewRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | LA Weekly

    The late Larry Sultan, whose LACMA retrospective just opened, photographed his father and mother with the same curious distance he employed when photographing porn stars in the valley, which says a lot about his work. It's all about style, posture and personality, but it's best when those personalities have some moral ambiguity to them, so that the humanity of a subject doesn't distract you from Sultan's fantastic eye for detail.

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  6. The Best Concerts to See in L.A. This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | LA Weekly

    The late Larry Sultan, whose LACMA retrospective just opened, photographed his father and mother with the same curious distance he employed when photographing porn stars in the valley, which says a lot about his work. It's all about style, posture and personality, but it's best when those personalities have some moral ambiguity to them, so that the humanity of a subject doesn't distract you from Sultan's fantastic eye for detail.

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  7. Devin Townsend Project, Animals As LeadersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | LA Weekly

    The late Larry Sultan, whose LACMA retrospective just opened, photographed his father and mother with the same curious distance he employed when photographing porn stars in the valley, which says a lot about his work. It's all about style, posture and personality, but it's best when those personalities have some moral ambiguity to them, so that the humanity of a subject doesn't distract you from Sultan's fantastic eye for detail.

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  8. A Tribute to Linda Ronstadt: A Benefit for Parkinson's ResearchRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | LA Weekly

    The late Larry Sultan, whose LACMA retrospective just opened, photographed his father and mother with the same curious distance he employed when photographing porn stars in the valley, which says a lot about his work. It's all about style, posture and personality, but it's best when those personalities have some moral ambiguity to them, so that the humanity of a subject doesn't distract you from Sultan's fantastic eye for detail.

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  9. January Sees Return of DineLA, Plus Restaurant Weeks in Santa Monica, Manhattan Beach, PasadenaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 8, 2014 | LA Weekly

    Mark your calendars. Los Angeles' two-week-long restaurant week, DineLA, is returning next month for another year of prix fixe lunch and dinner menus at more than 300 local restaurants.

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  10. BierBeisl Austrian vs. Thai Street Food DinnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 17, 2014 | LA Weekly

    The late Larry Sultan, whose LACMA retrospective just opened, photographed his father and mother with the same curious distance he employed when photographing porn stars in the valley, which says a lot about his work. It's all about style, posture and personality, but it's best when those personalities have some moral ambiguity to them, so that the humanity of a subject doesn't distract you from Sultan's fantastic eye for detail.

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  11. Winter WonderlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 7 | LA Weekly

    Learn to craft the perfect Latin-inspired holiday meal with this two-hour demonstration-style cooking class with Border Grill chefs and owners Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger. In addition to showing you how to cook everything from Caribbean-style carpaccio and mussel and clam pozole to spicy ceasar tostada and chicken tinga tamales, each participant will also receive a multi-course meal, a signature cocktail and a recipe booklet to take home.

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  12. Gabriela Hernandez on the History of MakeupRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 7 | LA Weekly

    In conjunction with the exhibit "Light & Noir: Exiles and Emigres in Hollywood, 1933-1950," Gabriela Hernandez discusses her 2011 coffee table book, Classic Beauty: The History of Makeup . Founder of L.A.-based Besame Cosmetics , Hernandez has worked as a consultant on such films as The Artist and The Great Gatsby .

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  13. Border Grill Holiday Cooking ClassRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 7 | LA Weekly

    Learn to craft the perfect Latin-inspired holiday meal with this two-hour demonstration-style cooking class with Border Grill chefs and owners Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger. In addition to showing you how to cook everything from Caribbean-style carpaccio and mussel and clam pozole to spicy ceasar tostada and chicken tinga tamales, each participant will also receive a multi-course meal, a signature cocktail and a recipe booklet to take home.

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  14. Rashaun Mitchell and Stephin Merritt: PerformanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 4 | LA Weekly

    The title, Performance , was taken from photographer Richard Avedon's remark that everyone performs for each other all the time, sometimes deliberately and sometimes unintentionally. Former Merce Cunningham dancer Rashaun Mitchell is joined by dancers Hiroki Ichinose, Cori Kresge and Silas Riener with Magnetic Fields singer-songwriter Stephin Merrit with a visual design from installation artist Ali Naschke.

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  15. Tonga HutRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2014 | LA Weekly

    Tiki enthusiasts and vivacious valley girls and guys flock to this festive luau-like bar experience. The old bar was bought about 5 years ago and subtle changes were made, including the new "drooling bastard" fountain, a refurbished kidney-shaped drop ceiling, and a nice smattering of Polynesian masks and velvet paintings.

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  16. The ChainsmokersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 6 | LA Weekly

    Since they blew up this past year with their tongue-in-cheek hit "#Selfie", The Chainsmokers have been a staple on the festival circuit, sending dance music fans into frenzies all over the world. However, the DJ/producer duo is known best by older fans for remixing indie tracks into dance bangers.

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  17. Kate McGarry & Keith GanzRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 6 | LA Weekly

    Kate and Keith have put together a married musical act to rival the Dresden's Marty and Elayne. If McGarry would only stop singing jazz, she would be a star on the singer/songwriter circuit -- her marvelous voice effluences unguarded power and affecting detail -- but then she would no longer be one of the best and most interesting jazz singers alive.

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  18. Create NightclubRead the original story

    Jul 18, 2014 | LA Weekly

    With nearly 1,400-clubgoer capacity, Create Nightclub in Hollywood is one of the largest dance clubs in town. Black banquettes surround the DJ stage for that Vegas effect, and talent is booked via a partnership with Insomniac Events, the ruler of American EDM.

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  19. Christine Yano Discusses Hello KittyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 6 | LA Weekly

    Can't get enough of the Hello Kitty craze in L.A. lately? Here's a scholarly look at the ubiquitous cat icon. In conjunction with the retrospective exhibit, "Hello! Exploring the Supercute World of Hello Kitty," co-curator and author Christine Yano discusses her latest book, Pink Globalization: Hello Kitty's Trek Across the Pacific .

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  20. Brad Mehldau Trio & The Bad PlusRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 6 | LA Weekly

    If it were boxing, it would be the main event, a battle between two heavyweight champions. In one corner, Brad Mehldau is the reigning king of jazz piano, whose pianistic prowess has knocked people out for two decades.

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