L.A. Weekly is attempting to determine the best L.A. novel ever by holding a tournament featuring 32 of our favorites in head-to-head matchups until there's only one novel standing. Check out the complete set of brackets here: Best L.A. Novel Ever: The Tournament.
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*Actual Sizes May VaryTurkey. Beer. Football. Also known as the three pillars of Thanksgiving. If your plans for Thursday include watching the game, enjoying a fine ale (seasonal perhaps) and feasting like a Nordic barbarian, allow us to help you optimize your day. We've compiled a rundown of ... More >>
A. Trachta"The Yinzer" from Steel City SandwichMaybe you heard that Steel City Sandwich has joined up with the bajillion other food trucks that roll around Los Angeles everyday. And maybe you didn't care. Why should you? As Angelenos, is Pittsburgh food supposed to be exciting to us? Really, ... More >>
Stanley Stalford wants to take the Dodgers publicStanley Stalford has always dreamed of being president of the Dodgers. He's a lifelong Angeleno and a real estate developer. But he's also a mere millionaire -- not a billionaire -- so he couldn't afford the team even if it were on the market.But m ... More >>
Another week, another episode of No Reservations. Bourdain, inspired partially by HBO's critically acclaimed series "The Wire", (a fact that seemed to concern some locals), set out on a Rust Belt episode, highlighting the local fare of Buffalo, Baltimore and Detroit.
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