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10 Art Galleries That Don’t Care About Your Low-Key Holiday Weekend

8 months ago by Shana Nys Dambrot
In addition to a slew of notices making sure we knew they’d be open for business as usual Thursday through Saturday, an alarming number of galleries across the city have planned new exhibition openings for this holiday-adjacent weekend, as though they don’t care you’re trying to take it easy.
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Pete Peterson, Alex Padilla Win Secretary of State Primary; Indicted Leland Yee Does Well

5 years ago by Ani Ucar
Democratic California state Sen. Alex Padilla and Republican public policy honcho Pete Peterson are neck-and-neck in the crowded race for Secretary of State. Peterson narrowly leads in early returns, with 29.8 percent points over Padilla, who is in second place with 28.8 percent. Despite being the center of an alleged...
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Restaurant Review: Killer Noodle Is Fiery — but Does It Slay?

1 year ago by Lucas Peterson
Japanese chef Takehiro Tsujita once sat in a giant stockpot to try to feel what it was like to be soup.
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The 20 Greatest Saxophonists of All Time

2 years ago by Gary Fukushima
It's considered by many to be music's sexiest instrument. Its versatile sound, so like a great singer's voice — sweetly seductive one moment, growling and blustery the next — has become virtually synonymous with the entire genre of jazz. Yet less than a century ago, the saxophone was considered a...
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Bar Covell Is Officially a Bar, for the First Time

2 years ago by Julie Walmsley
It borders on cultural phenomenon. The New York Times put it on a short list of destinations for swank libations. Thrillist exalted it as L.A.'s favorite on its roundup of the country's best wine bars: a massive wine selection printed nowhere and instead individually concierged into your glass by an...
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30 Best Los Angeles Movies Since 1984, From Iconic to Obscure

2 years ago by Jonny Coleman
Before you scroll to the bottom and berate me for compiling “a pretty good list, but you obviously omitted [fill in the blank]”, here’s a bit about the methodology: 1. Only one movie per director. This makes it more interesting and diverse. 2. Plenty of films are shot or take...
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Burgerlords Goes Blog to Table, Noma Goes Restaurant to Farm: This Week in Food

3 years ago by Sarah Bennett
Today is National Cheeseburger Day so it's only fitting that it's a day many are spending recuperating from the meaty, cheesy coming out party for Burgerlords, a project that very well may be the country's first blog-to-table restaurant. After several years of posting submitted images of local burgers and every...
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The Best Concerts to See in L.A. This Weekend

4 years ago by LA Weekly
Be sure to check out our constantly updated concert calendar! Friday, February 27 Bob Seger, Heartless Bastards THE FORUM When Bob Seger’s Night Moves broke through on classic-rock radio in 1976, some observers described it as an overnight success. But the Michigan native was a force in the vibrant Detroit...
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The 10 Best Crossover Thrash Bands

4 years ago by Alex Distefano
Fans of punk and metal nowadays take it for granted that the two genres often manage to intermingle. It isn't uncommon to spot a Black Flag T-shirt at a metal show, or a Metallica T-shirt at a punk show. But during the early-to-mid-1980s, such camaraderie between hardcore punk and heavy...
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Voter Guide for June 3, 2014: L.A. Weekly

5 years ago by Jill Stewart
You know the incumbents. So our June 3 voter guide is about the other stuff - like a comedic race for judge featuring candidates so bad the bar association finds both "Not Qualified." One is Charles Calderon, who L.A. Weekly previously reported as one of the worst legislators in California. There's...

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