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L.A.’s Larchmont Village Is “Really a Shopping Street Again”

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, The Hollywood Reporter may receive an affiliate commission. “I call...

Inside the $25,000 Members-Only Club That Gives Access to VIP Suites at L.A.’s Biggest Arenas

The most expensive private suite at Crypto.com Arena may never have been built had it not been for the pandemic. The Hideaway Luxury...

L.A.’s only Indian school helps return land to California Native people

When Jamie Rocha and his family first visited the strip of undeveloped land in the Monterey Hills late last year, the grass was dead...

Nature-curious? This ‘cool kids’ outdoors club will introduce you to L.A.’s best asset

Get out into nature, they said. Los Angeles is a two hour drive from snow, beach, mountains and desert (traffic congestion). It's...

How renovation of an iconic Chinese mall represents a shift in L.A.’s Chinese community

Affectionately known as Chinese Disneyland, San Gabriel's Focus Plaza has always lived up to its nickname.The giant Chinese strip mall, anchored by a Chinese...

Toxic sex, social anxiety, ’90s guitars: How L.A.’s Blondshell pulled off the rock debut of 2023

Sabrina Teitelbaum has seen every episode of "Grey's Anatomy," every episode of "House," and every video she can find on TikTok where you try...

Editorial: Is L.A.’s anti-camping law getting homeless people off sidewalks and into housing? Let’s find out

Nearly two years ago, the Los Angeles City Council passed a controversial ordinance that banned camping by the homeless near schools, daycare centers and...


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