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    Los Angeles has a bad reputation when it comes high culture. Sure, we attract Hollywood hopefuls who put in more time at the gym than at the library. But we think our rep is mostly undeserved. We have world class dining, theater, art and music (Gustavo Dudamel!). Our own take on...
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    In this era of pig fetishization, the rustic Italian dish of porchetta — long-roasted pork, heavily laced with fennel and garlic, a carapace of burnished, crispy skin — is uber-trendy, on the menus of half the gastropubs in town.

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