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  • 9 days ago

    Tucked inside this small storefront on South La Brea with a ruby red carpet lies the absolute mecca for vintage rock & roll T-shirts. Clothing designer Kelly Cole, an ex–club kid/DJ/restaurant owner, has become one of the foremost expert...

  • 9 days ago

    One of the great things about Los Angeles is that you don't have to go all that far to get away from it all. Buried deep within the Angeles National Forest lies Buckhorn Campground, just 47 miles from downtown Los Angeles. At 6,500 feet, it's a go...

  • 9 days ago

    Welcome to the anti–Guitar Center — or, as one employee calls it, "L.A.'s most metrosexual guitar shop." It's nothing but chill vibes over at Old Style Guitar Shop, the brainchild of Reuben Cox. Cox is no musician; he's a photographer ...

  • 9 days ago

    When the Churro Borough opened five months ago, its signature offering, the churro ice cream sandwich, was crowned, by some, as the dessert trend de jour. But 33-year-old, Santa Monica–born Sylvia Yoo, an interior designer who got laid off i...

  • 9 days ago

    American Buddhism, for all its go-with-the-flow ethos, can still be a pretty stodgy practice. Not so at Against the Stream, founded by ex–punk rocker and ex-crackhead Noah Levine, a tattooed iconoclast who has become one of the most respecte...

  • 9 days ago

    Finding the right soccer game can be tricky. Some games are too hard, some are too easy. Most are disorganized messes, with ornery players and fields that resemble the dust bowls of Rio de Janeiro. Even many of the organized leagues can be cold an...


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