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November 2013 in L.A. Weekly Photos 

December 1, 2013
This month we took you all the way from the Day of the Dead to Turkey Day and showed you everything in between. From Deadmau5 and the Pole Dancing Championships to A$AP Ferg, the L.A. Auto Show and Stan Lee's Comikaze. If it was cooking in L.A. this November, we were there.
David Young-Wolff
Saul Hernandez headlined the 14th annual Dia de los Muertos celebration at Hollywood Forever Cemetery. See all of the pictures from "Dia de los Muertos @ Hollywood Forever."
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This month we took you all the way from the Day of the Dead to Turkey Day and showed you everything in between. From Deadmau5 and the Pole Dancing Championships to A$AP Ferg, the L.A. Auto Show and Stan Lee's Comikaze. If it was cooking in L.A. this November, we were there.
Published on December 1, 2013
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