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Best of L.A. Culture: Dinner in a Movie

8 days ago by Michele Stueven
The one-stop, all-inclusive night out experience of dinner and a movie is in every corner of L.A., with everything from food service at your seat to rooftop cocktails under the stars while you watch classics like Thelma and Louise or current Oscar winners like Black Panther. Thankfully, the days of settling for greasy popcorn or packaged nachos and warmed-over hot dogs glued to pasty buns are over. Call an Uber, grab your date and sit back and relax at these venues.
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12 Best Music Shows in L.A. This Week

23 hours ago by LA Weekly
Los Angeles is a hotbed of live music, and L.A. Weekly is here to help navigate this embarrassment of riches. From Dream Theater's prog metal to local punk experts Egrets on Ergot, from Japan's Chai and Acid Mothers Temple to Miss Diana Ross herself, here are the 12 best music shows in L.A. this week!
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14 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week

7 days ago by LA Weekly
From a slew of art openings to Amber Tamblyn reading from her book to a pair of free St. Patrick's Day parties, here are the 14 best things to do in Los Angeles this week!
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L.A. Weekly Weekly Podcast: Sara Tariq From MTV's Lindsay Lohan's Beach Club

4 days ago by LA Weekly
L.A. Weekly publisher Brian Calle chats with Sara Tariq, one of the stars of MTV's new hit series, Lindsay Lohan's Beach Club, on this week's edition of the L.A. Weekly Weekly Podcast.
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12 Best Music Shows in L.A. This Week

8 days ago by LA Weekly
Los Angeles is a hotbed of live music, and L.A. Weekly is here to help navigate this embarrassment of riches. From Odetta Hartman's retro rootsiness to Dutch metal band Within Temptation to the ultimate cartoon band, Green Jelly, here are the 12 best music shows in L.A. this week!
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L.A. Weekly Movie Pick: A New Nancy Drew

9 days ago by Nathaniel Bell
Bonita Granville will always be my Nancy Drew, but Sophia Lillis, with her red hair and pert manner, looks like an entirely adequate substitute for the millennial generation.
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L.A. Weekly Movie Picks: Docs on Orson Welles and Skid Row Marathon Plus Laszlo Nemes' Sunset

16 hours ago by Nathaniel Bell
Laemmle Theaters present documentaries The Eyes of Orson Welles and Skid Row Marathon this week, as well as the premiere of Laszlo Nemes' Sunset, the follow-up to his Oscar-winning drama Son of Saul.
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Album of the Week: Alex Lilly's 2% Milk

10 days ago by Brett Callwood
Everything about this debut album by L.A. indie-pop singer-songwriter Alex Lilly is spellbinding. The cover art, a black-and-white image of Lilly being kinda pawed by legs and feet in fishnets, grabs the attention from the off. It's both moody and mesmeric, sad and sweet.
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L.A. Weekly Movie Picks: An Epic Russian War and Peace

14 days ago by Nathaniel Bell
Sergei Bondarchuk's production of War and Peace was a legendary undertaking. It took five years to shoot and cost somewhere in the neighborhood of $70 million.
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L.A. Weekly Movie Pick: Cruel Intentions Gets 20th-Anniversary Release

2 days ago by Nathaniel Bell
Is Cruel Intentions iconic enough to warrant a 20th-anniversary rerelease? The folks at Sony Pictures think so.

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