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At Dr. Maya Angelou Community High School, students are kicking off the Maya Angelou Mural Festival––the second even...
05/16/2019
Maya Angelou Mural Festival Brings Out Shepard Fairey and More

At Dr. Maya Angelou Community High School, students are kicking off the Maya Angelou Mural Festival––the second event in a series spearheaded by mural-making organization Branded Arts.

The week-long festival, inaugurated in 2016 at Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools, brings 30 renowned and burgeoning artists—local and international—to LAUSD schools to beautify spaces throughout the campus with relatable murals that evoke positivity and pride.

Shepard Fairey and other artists are making big changes at Dr. Maya Angelou Community High School in South Park

Low-slung, single-family neighborhoods have long dominated the landscape of L.A., but that could change under SB 50, a c...
05/16/2019
Here's What You Need To Know About Controversial Housing Bill SB 50

Low-slung, single-family neighborhoods have long dominated the landscape of L.A., but that could change under SB 50, a controversial zoning bill proposed by state senator Scott Wiener late last year.

Here’s a breakdown of who supports it, who’s against it, and how it could change the way L.A. looks forever.

The "MORE homes act," explained

It’s time to pack your bags and gather your BFFs for a quick trip to the desert. Spend some time lounging poolside at ...
05/16/2019
A Night out in Palm Springs

It’s time to pack your bags and gather your BFFs for a quick trip to the desert. Spend some time lounging poolside at a chic resort, play a round of golf or tennis, or treat yourself to a spa treatment. Just let yourself really relax (you deserve it).

Once you’re full of energy, throw on your cutest #ootd and make the most of Palm Spring’s nightlife. #sponsored #visitpalmsprings

Palm Springs is as inviting as its name suggests, and since it’s only a two-hour drive from Los Angeles, it’s the perfect place for a getaway without the stress of long-distance travel. The city is almost always warm and sunny, but it radiates a laid-back energy best described as “California c...

Street Food Cinema is back with awesome outdoor movies, live music, and savory food trucks every Saturday through Octobe...
05/15/2019

Street Food Cinema is back with awesome outdoor movies, live music, and savory food trucks every Saturday through October 26th.

This season, be sure to catch movies like The Princess Bride, Goodfellas, and Crazy Rich Asians. Don't miss out on live music from So Many Wizards, The Eiffels, and KingQueen. And you'll have plenty of tasty food trucks to choose from including Cousins Main Lobster Truck, Baby's Badass Burgers, and Afters Ice Cream.

For the full schedule and tickets, visit: www.streetfoodcinema.com

"When you watch COPS, you see things on it all the time that will make you wonder if police can really do that. You see ...
05/15/2019
COPS Might Be Even More Problematic Than You Thought

"When you watch COPS, you see things on it all the time that will make you wonder if police can really do that. You see things like aggressive use of Tasers, incredibly aggressive use of police dogs.

But you really wonder just how legal, ethical, constitutional all the behavior you see in the show really is. We found that a lot of it is not constitutional, not legal, not ethical, not good policing."

A new podcast from the journalist behind "Missing Richard Simmons" delves deep into what's happened behind the scenes for 30 years

At our annual Burgers Bourbon + Beer event, guests get to sample ten different burgers, vote on their favorites, and was...
05/15/2019
10 Magical Burgers You Can Taste in One Place on Wednesday

At our annual Burgers Bourbon + Beer event, guests get to sample ten different burgers, vote on their favorites, and wash it all down with some bourbon and beer. The lineup? Impressive. Don't read through this if you're hangry.

Los Angeles Magazine's Burgers Bourbon + Beer 2019

A sneak peek at this year's Burgers Bourbon + Beer menu

It's our pleasure to announce the winner of our Burger Bracket 2019, HiHo Cheeseburger  🤤🍔 Angelenos have spoken, ...
05/15/2019

It's our pleasure to announce the winner of our Burger Bracket 2019, HiHo Cheeseburger 🤤🍔 Angelenos have spoken, and HiHo has been voted the best place to get a burger in L.A. Congratulations and thank you to everyone that participated and voted!

#ICYMI: On Friday, the pop singer appeared in a Los Angeles court, alongside her mother, to speak on her decade-long con...
05/15/2019
Britney Spears' Court Appearance Fuels the #FreeBritney Flames

#ICYMI: On Friday, the pop singer appeared in a Los Angeles court, alongside her mother, to speak on her decade-long conservatorship. According to TMZ, Spears told the judge that her father entered her into a mental health facility in January without her consent.

"Something’s definitely going on that shouldn’t be going on. Where there’s smoke, there’s fire," one fan says

Rom coms might not rake in box office cash like superhero flicks do, but don’t underestimate the genre’s fan base.
05/14/2019
This Rom Com Film Festival Had Us at Hello

Rom coms might not rake in box office cash like superhero flicks do, but don’t underestimate the genre’s fan base.

Finally, a safe space to get all the way in your Drew Barrymore feels

After Turner Media pulled the plug on the L.A.-based online comedy network, Super Deluxe, back in October of 2018, the s...
05/14/2019
The Death of Super Deluxe Is Terrible News for the Internet

After Turner Media pulled the plug on the L.A.-based online comedy network, Super Deluxe, back in October of 2018, the site has since then reportedly relaunched.

Folks who created videos for the Super Deluxe took to social media last night to report that their videos had been completely removed from the website.

Why does everything good go away?

Catch us the live podcast taping of Keep It, the politics and pop culture podcast from Crooked Media. Check out all the ...
05/14/2019
The Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week

Catch us the live podcast taping of Keep It, the politics and pop culture podcast from Crooked Media.

Check out all the fun stuff happening in L.A. this week:

Carly Rae Jepsen, a new Santa Monica night market, and more

A new podcast from the journalist behind ”Missing Richard Simmons” delves deep into what’s happened behind the sce...
05/14/2019
COPS Might Be Even More Problematic Than You Thought

A new podcast from the journalist behind ”Missing Richard Simmons” delves deep into what’s happened behind the scenes for 30 years.

A new podcast from the journalist behind "Missing Richard Simmons" delves deep into what's happened behind the scenes for 30 years

“Who doesn’t like distressed brick and beautiful exterior window treatments? At least I’m trying,” he says. “A...
05/13/2019
The Jeweler Who Demolished Yolk in Silver Lake Speaks

“Who doesn’t like distressed brick and beautiful exterior window treatments? At least I’m trying,” he says. “At least I’m trying to do something beautiful.”

Anup Jogani thought he was doing something the neighborhood would appreciate—he was very wrong

"We don’t have to be complacent. We need to care. Caring doesn’t mean you can’t still have a sense of humor, be sa...
05/12/2019
Talking About Food and Social Justice with Roy Choi

"We don’t have to be complacent. We need to care. Caring doesn’t mean you can’t still have a sense of humor, be sarcastic, have fun. You can be all those things, but also be mindful and try to help people."

The local chef's new series isn't just another fancy food show

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