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Jon and Vinny’s Excellent Adventure

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

Two best-friend chefs electrified L.A. with their cooking and built a food empire. Now what comes next?

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In One of L.A.’s Most Outrageous Murder Cases, a Rattlesnake Was the Weapon

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

In 1935, Robert S. James became L.A.’s worst husband

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Jeff Sessions’ Attack on Legal Weed “Doesn’t Change Reality”

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

SoCal’s largest weed retailer reacts to the attorney general’s reversal of policy

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UPDATE: Iconic Irish Pub Tom Bergin’s Reduces Hours, Future Uncertain

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

After slashing staff, hours, and its food menu, one of L.A.’s oldest bars appears to be in jeopardy

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On the Food Truck Road to Deliciousness

On the Food Truck Road to Deliciousness


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Step right up and try these delicious new food trucks in Los Angeles. On the Food Truck Road to Deliciousness

Here Are the Best Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

You want cheeseburger week? You can't handle cheeseburger week

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Everything We Know About the “Lego”-Themed Pop-Up Bar Coming to L.A.

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Because nothing says “childhood nostalgia” like cocktails

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The Best Things to Do In L.A. This Week

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Your best bets for January 2 to 5, 2018

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Here’s the Disney Magic that Brings Aladdin to the Stage

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

The live musical at the Hollywood Pantages is so lavish

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Here’s What You Need to Know about the 2018 Women’s March in L.A.

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

You don’t have to travel to D.C. to make your voice heard

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Here’s Where to Celebrate Christmas Eve the Italian-American Way in L.A.

by Natalie Compton @ Los Angeles Magazine

Local chefs reveal their favorite Feast of the Seven Fishes dishes

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Why Cabo Should Be Your First Travel Goal of 2018

by David Hochman @ Los Angeles Magazine

Quaint or rowdy, you’ll find it all on a weekend in Baja

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Trucks for Thursday 1/11/18

by noreply@blogger.com (Cindy Peters ) @ Universal Food Trucks

I haven't heard from any trucks, so I don't expect any on Bluffside Drive today.

The POKE HUT: Bringin’ Hawaiian Style Poke to SoCal

by Derek @ Fulfilling Catering

This is POKE HUT… Hawaiian-style poke, premium sushi grade fish, fried rice & creative Hawaiian-influenced dishes… based in Orange County, CA How do you like to describe your food? – Fresh. Simple. Flavor Bomb What inspired you to start a food truck?  – Both my...

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Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

by @Dommy Dommy Gonzalez @ Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

@Dommy wrote:

I have yet to try Dot’s Pho. But the Pho there before was not terrible (it wasn’t that good either) to begin with. Second Best in the area to Super Pho on Venice. Better than the one at Phorage. Our non SGV or OC Viet place is Saigon Dish in Lawndale. All around GOOD diner type Vietnamese food.

–Dommy!

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These Powerful Political Posters Called Out Police Violence in L.A. and Beyond

by Drew Tewksbury @ Los Angeles Magazine

Artists take action in a Venice exhibit

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Theatre Raymond Kabbaz

by The Noel Team @ The Noel Team

We are proud sponsors of the Theatre Raymond Kabbaz and are honored to be featured in their French Language Celebration Week! Théâtre Raymond Kabbaz opened in June 2000. It is a tribute to the passion and ambition of Mr. Raymond Kabbaz, President Founder of Le Lycée Français de Los Angeles, who dedicated the last three... Read More »

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Celebrate Administrative Professionals Day with Food Truck Catering!

by fulfilling @ Fulfilling Catering

Administrative Professionals Day is right around the corner folks. This coming Wednesday, April 26! Don’t stress if you didn’t know — Food Truck Catering has all your needs covered. Give back to the admins in your office. Say thank you to them for making your...

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A New Bistro Is Bringing French Decadence to Chinatown

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

Want to impress a date? Oriel is the place

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DTLA Breweries Are Pouring Limited-Edition Beers This Weekend for a Good Cause

by Lisa Beebe @ Los Angeles Magazine

From barrel-aged barley wines to lactose-infused IPAs

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Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

by @linus @ Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

@linus wrote:

whooooosh

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The 2018 Coachella Lineup is Here

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Queen Bey, The Weeknd, and so many more

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Little Sister

by Alex Janin @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

Just when we were ready to see the gastropub trend take its gourmet sliders and slide right out of town, we get Little Sister.

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Blue Hen

by @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

Flyers for drum circles greet yoga-mat-toting patrons at this Vietnamese spot…

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Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

by @theoffalo The Offalo @ Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

@theoffalo wrote:

Interesting. I saw that Dot Saigon had 4-star rating on Yelp with 71 reviews, which I found somewhat unusual for a food court shop, so I was going to investigate further. Good to get a data point from a trusted source. So they went from food truck to food court? Will have to check them out.

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Gingergrass

by Bryanna Arreola @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

This modest Vietnamese restaurant emphasizes freshness…

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Harvey Weinstein’s New Crisis PR Man Once Handled Rush Limbaugh, R. Kelly, and Accused Catholic Priests

by Los Angeles Magazine @ Los Angeles Magazine

Los Angeles magazine looked inside the world of Mike Sitrick in 2006

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The Five Best Things Going Down in L.A. This Weekend

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

From a free vinyl smorgasbord to a Hello Kitty pop up

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Every Juice at Moon Juice, Ranked

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

We heard you could use a little help with that New Year's resolution

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The Creators of EDC Are Opening a Nightclub in Hollywood

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Academy combines two powerhouses of the dance scene

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Cookbook of the Year: L.A. Mexicano

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

Bill Esparza pays homage to those defining Mexican cuisine in Los Angeles

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The Most Exciting New Restaurants to Try in January

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

New year, new food

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The 10 Best New Restaurants of 2017

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

From mind-blowing tasting menus to hauntingly good gyoza, it was a fantastic year to eat in L.A.

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Artists and Activists Are Taking Over a DTLA Warehouse for Nine Days of Social Justice

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

Into Action! comes to downtown in time for 45’s first anniversary

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The Autry Is Celebrating Chuck Wagons, L.A.’s First Food Trucks

by Lisa Beebe @ Los Angeles Magazine

How we went from bacon and baked beans to tacos and pad thai

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East Borough

by Bryanna Arreola @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

The Vietnamese restaurant aims to show off a world beyond pho. You won’t find the popular soup at dinner, but you will find “phoca-tini”: supple strands of smoked bucatini smothered with five-spice braised oxtail and fresh herbs.

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This Is Why Grammy Nominations Always Seem So Weird

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Breaking down music’s biggest—and strangest—prize

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When Disney Was a Mid-Century Modern Icon

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

Remembering the Happiest Place of the Space Age

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A Play With (Mostly) No Dialogue Still Communicates the Weirdness of Silent Retreats

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

Bess Wohl's critical hit, Small Mouth Sounds, makes its way from New York to the Broad Stage

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It’s the Giving Season – Workplace Giving Ideas

by Greg Gless @ Fulfilling Catering

It’s the time of year we’re often buying gifts for our family and friends, or thinking about what gifts we might receive, but often forgotten are the 46 million Americans who are food insecure, let alone without gifts and family this holiday season. Here are...

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Why Are There Faux Stone Retaining Walls Along One Bit of the 405?

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

The freeway gets fancy

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Beat the Chill of a Gloomy Day With L.A.’s Best Hot Pots

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

Get steamy with classic shabu shabu, Taiwanese fusion bowls, and more

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How One Local Lingerie Company Is Shaking Up the Intimates Industry

by Linda Immediato @ Los Angeles Magazine

After years at Victoria’s Secret, Sharleen Ernster founded the more inclusive, eco-friendly line Hot-As-Hell

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Inside Lawry’s Beef Bowl, College Football’s Most Glorious Dining Tradition

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

Before the Rose Bowl, Georgia and Oklahoma went head to head over prime rib

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A Historic Hotel Is the Centerpiece of a Major Makeover in Century City

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

From new park space to a restored vintage hotel, things are looking up

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Three L.A.-Based Indie Comedians Have Gone Corporate

by Kelly MacLean @ Los Angeles Magazine

Comedy Central's newest show is "Dilbert by way of David Fincher"

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Eat|See|Hear 2015 Summer Movie Schedule

by The Noel Team @ movies – The Noel Team

Summer is almost here and that means tons of annual summer events are about to start including the Eat See Hear yearly outdoor movie event. The 19 week event features a new movie showing every Saturday at various locations around Los Angeles. There are also food trucks at each movie showing so you can get... Read More »

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Geniuses Collide Again In Yeethoven II, an Epic Kanye West/Beethoven Orchestral Mash-Up

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

German composer meets Chicago rapper at the Belasco Theater

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Where to Eat on Christmas Day in Los Angeles

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

What’s the best thing to make for Christmas dinner?
 Reservations

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This Eagerly Awaited Metro Transit Line May Happen Sooner Than Expected

by Neal Broverman @ Los Angeles Magazine

A public-private partnership could bring a bus line to Vermont Avenue ahead of schedule

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L.A. Museums Are Going to Be Free for Just One Day

by Joe Donatelli @ Los Angeles Magazine

You finally get to try that 40-museum marathon you always imagined

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Take a Behind-the-Scenes Peek at the Golden Globes

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Here’s how a team of thousands creates one of Hollywood’s biggest nights

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At 90, Big Eyes Painter Margaret Keane Reflects on Her Outsize Influence on Lowbrow Art

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

The legendary artist received a lifetime achievement award at L.A. Art Show

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dineL.A. Restaurant Week

by Amy Mason @ Santa Monica

January 12-26, 2018 Experience dineL.A. Restaurant Week, where local foodies and visitors to Los Angeles have the opportunity to enjoy a selection of specially priced prix-fixe lunch and dinner menus from some of LA and Santa Monica’s best restaurants. 1 Pico – See Menu  1212 – See Menu Art’s Table – See Menu Bareburger Organic […]

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Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

by @Nemroz @ Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

@Nemroz wrote:

It’s a fairly light flavor broth, i’m not surprised we’re both easily pleased with pho. i usually get my bbh fix at song phat in the valley… if i’m ever going to SGV it’s almost always for chinese

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Bun Me!

by Sarah Liss @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

There was a time when the closest thing you’d find to banh mi in Northridge was a pastrami on rye at Brent’s Delicatessen.

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Pho Café

by Samantha J. Grasso @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

To find Silver Lake's signless Vietnamese phenomenon, just look for the hipster herd waiting 30 minutes or more…

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Dot Saigon, Santa Monica

Dot Saigon, Santa Monica


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Inside the LAPD Program That Helps Cops Conquer Addiction

by Elaine Kagan @ Los Angeles Magazine

“Cops are resilient but susceptible”

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7 Cultural Hot Spots We’re Most Excited to Visit in 2018

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

A new Magic Castle, restored art, cool theater, and more on the horizon

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Dogs in L.A. Shelters Could Be Going Vegan

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Maybe Morrissey will adopt them all

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These Not-So-Far-Out Spots Are Ideal for Meteor Spotting

by Thomas Harlander @ Los Angeles Magazine

Your guide to the best seats in the house for the Gemenid meteor shower

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NoMad—and All the Buzzy Bars and Restaurants Within—Will Open This Month

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Sydell Group’s follow-up to Line Hotel is finally here

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Get Toasty With a Tour of Local Breweries

by Los Angeles Magazine @ Los Angeles Magazine

Let the experts guide you through the best of the craft-beer scene

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Belle Vie

by Victoire Loup @ In The Loup

It is difficult to find a decent French restaurant in Los Angeles, except for the tourist traps. Belle Vie is a UFO on Wilshire Blvd, where you immediately feel transported to a Parisian bistro once you walk in. Vincent, the friendly GM with a thick French accent, has a heavy hand when he pours wine, […]

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Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

by @theoffalo The Offalo @ Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

@theoffalo wrote:

Well, I can’t drive to OC or SGV at the drop of a hat (say for lunch on a workday), so beyond fodder for an article (which may or may not happen), I figure I’d check in to see if any hidden pho gems have popped up on the Westside in the last couple of years.

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The Narrative Process - My Tech Munch Presentation

by @ ultraclay dot com

Last Friday, I took part in a panel for the TechMunch Conference, a food blogger gathering, to discuss the narrative process. In it, Tricia Okin led a discussion with me, Liza de Guia of Food. Curated. And Kasey Hickey of Evernote Food about how each of us comes to the stories we publish.

Time limitations (and nerves) prevented me from hitting all my points, so I thought I'd post my whole planned talk here, after the jump.

Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

by @Nemroz @ Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

@Nemroz wrote:

I’m usually fine with Nong La when I need a noodle soup fix, but I almost always end up ordering the bun bo hue instead of pho

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Can You Guess Which Jeff Koons Balloon Animal Is Being Built at LACMA as We Speak?

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

It's going to be pretty bananas

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Các chợ ở Little Saigon rộn ràng và tràn ngập hàng Tết

Các chợ ở Little Saigon rộn ràng và tràn ngập hàng Tết

by Đằng-Giao @ Nguoi Viet Online

Còn đúng một tháng nữa mới đến Tết Nguyên Đán Mậu Tuất, tuy nhiên các khu chợ trong vùng Little Saigon đã rộn ràng không khí Tết.

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A New Hollywood Exhibit Celebrates the Groovy Batman of 1960s TV

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

Stash away dark and brooding Ben Affleck and embrace the pop art color of the original TV show

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Is Instagram Hurting or Helping Art?

by Phoenix Tso @ Los Angeles Magazine

With more and more museums catering to the social media set, it's a question worth pondering

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The Spice Table

by @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

The tamarind-rubbed pork belly bánh mì Bryant Ng offers at lunch is modeled on the slaw-laden No. 19 pastrami sandwich at Langer's...

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Shibumi

by Victoire Loup @ In The Loup

It’s not hard to find a great sushi spot in Los Angeles, but finding a restaurant that specializes in Kappo cuisine is another matter altogether. Thankfully, that all changed when David Schlosser decided to open up Shibumi on an unassuming street in Downtown. Kappo-style cuisine can most simply be described as a middle ground between […]

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18 Places to Immerse Yourself in Pantone’s 2018 Color of the Year

by Andrea Alonso @ Los Angeles Magazine

Live your life in Ultra Violet

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L.A.’s Most Essential Dish This Year Was a $14 Bowl of Rice

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

How Kismet’s Jeweled Crispy Rice transforms a simple starch into something spectacular

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Meet the Badass Girls of Los Anarchists, L.A.’s Roller Derby League for Kids

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

It’s a hard-knock life for them

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Bestia Chef Ori Menashe Is Opening a New Spot and We Cannot Wait

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

He's looking past Italy for the culinary inspiration

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Chefs Nancy Silverton and Matt Molina Are Opening a Roman Pizza Spot in Highland Park

by Maddie Crichton @ Los Angeles Magazine

At Triple Beam, former Mozza colleagues pair up for casual pizza and panini

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Simply Fresh – San Diego’s Freshest Sandwiches

by Derek @ Fulfilling Catering

What’s the name of your truck & where are you based?  Simply Fresh, based in San Diego, CA How do you like to describe your food? A California Inspired Delicatessen What inspired you to start a food truck?  As a culinary graduate, I moved to...

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The 5 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Pre-Holiday Weekend

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

Comedy! Christmas cocktails! Ice bumper cars!

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5 L.A. Neon Artists You Need to Follow on Instagram

by Andrea Alonso @ Los Angeles Magazine

Fill your feed with electric color

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Trucks for Friday 12/1/17

by noreply@blogger.com (Cindy Peters ) @ Universal Food Trucks

No trucks on the schedule for Bluffside Drive today.  😢

Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

by @aaqjr @ Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

@aaqjr wrote:

Chef Gary Nguyen (formerly of Melisse) took over Dot Saigon at the fox hills mall and does a nice Pho. The Bahn mi are really flavorfull as well but not particularly traditional -more like Bahn mi meets mexican torta (softer roll, more filling…)

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Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

by @bulavinaka @ Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

@bulavinaka wrote:

I think the whole approach to each is on different timelines too. Ramen was - eh - ramen until the “these guys are from Japan and slingin’ ramen pretty much like it is done in Japan” evolution. Japanese food in general was pretty humble stuff, as were most of the Japanese immigrants. As the salary man started setting up shop here, the specialists followed. Couple that with the increase in appreciation for better food, and the scene got better.

Examples of Vietnamese cuisine - most of it - are still pretty humble stuff - as are the the bulk of immigrants. But the subsequent generations have shown an appreciation for their culture by way of the food, and some really interesting AND tasty stuff has already hit the scene and I am sure will continue. The dynamics of cultural pressure on the children to excel in school and seek out a profession is a huge restraint on the trajectory though.

The Latino community has already experienced a food evolution as well. The angle of approach is a little different, but with so many Latinos in the food industry for the past multiple decades, greatness was destined to happen. I recall mentioning this on CH - it didn’t take a fortune teller to call this one.

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Cheese Tea Has Officially Hit Los Angeles and We’re Here For It

by Andrea Alonso @ Los Angeles Magazine

It sounds so wrong, but it feels so right

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Trucks for Thursday 10/19/17

by noreply@blogger.com (Cindy Peters ) @ Universal Food Trucks

No trucks on Bluffside Drive today.

Food truck alert: Dot Saigon banh mi truck serves caramel pork belly

Food truck alert: Dot Saigon banh mi truck serves caramel pork belly


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Food truck alert: Banh mi sandwiches on Dot Saigon

Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

by @theoffalo The Offalo @ Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

@theoffalo wrote:

Let’s say “Westside” is between Culver City and Santa Monica east to west, south to MDR, north to Brentwood/Westwood. This is the list I have currently, in no particular order:

Nong La
Phorage
Viet Noodle Bar
Mama Hong’s

I’ve had pho at Le Saigon, Pho Citi, Pho Show, i5 Pho, but didn’t find them particularly noteworthy, unless things have improved since a few years ago. Any other places worth checking out? How’s the pho at Eastborough?

Disclosure, this is research for a potential article. And that ain’t no joke. For pho sake…

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3 Dessert Trends That Will Take Over L.A. in 2018

by Nastassia Johnson @

Predictions and New Years go together like cupcakes and sprinkles, especially when it comes to the topic of desserts.…

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Would you pay $9 for banh mi? Some would, and happily

Would you pay $9 for banh mi? Some would, and happily


Nguoi Viet Online

Food trucks are all the rage and one in particular, Dot Saigon, is making a name for themselves by serving up authentic, grandma-handed-down-recipes.

Tequila and Tacos and Tapas, Oh My!

by fulfilling @ Fulfilling Catering

Happy Cinco de Mayo America! It’s time to party…preferably with tequila and tacos. Food Truck Catering can’t give you the tequila (unless you want to invite us to your party); however, we can provide the tacos. Tacos and much, much more. Cinco de Mayo is...

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A Car Flew Into the Second Floor of a Building in Santa Ana and the Video Is Insane

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

The car soared approximately 60 feet through the air

The post A Car Flew Into the Second Floor of a Building in Santa Ana and the Video Is Insane appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

The Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Your best bets for January 8 to 12, 2018

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9021Pho

by Sarah Liss @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

The award for best name for a pho restaurant goes to this latest effort from Kimmy Tang, one of L.A.'s queens of Vietnamese cooking…

The post 9021Pho appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??


Food Talk Central

Let’s say “Westside” is between Culver City and Santa Monica east to west, south to MDR, north to Brentwood/Westwood. This is the list I have currently, in no particular order: Nong La Phorage Viet Noodle Bar Mama Hong’s I’ve had pho at Le Saigon, Pho Citi, Pho Show, i5 Pho, but didn’t find them particularly noteworthy, unless things have improved since a few years ago. Any other places worth checking out? How’s the pho at Eastborough? Disclosure, this is research for a potential articl...

Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

by @linus @ Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

@linus wrote:

i’ve oft wondered why ramen is so popular and pho isn’t. young
foodies line up for the latest and greatest ramen, whatever the neighborhood.
pho doesn’t seem to have that sort of penetration.

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Mashti Malone

by Victoire Loup @ In The Loup

Don’t be a killjoy: at Mashti Malone, you don’t want to order a vanilla and chocolate ice cream. It would be a shame to miss out on perfumes such as saffron, ginger, cucumber, lavender (organic and imported from France)… And the holy trinity: rose water, orange blossom and pistachio. Practice your farsi by tasting faloodeh […]

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Jacksonville Elite Event: Yelp’s Comfort Food Coma at Metro Diner

by Matthew Careccia @ Yelp

On back-to-back nights, Metro Diner (Southside & Ortega) graciously opened its doors to 60 lucky Yelp Elites. The six-course tasting menu ran through Metro’s versatile breakfast, lunch and dinner specials. Items served were Huevos Rancheros, Yo Hala On The Square, Fried Chicken and Waffles, Charleston Shrimp & Grits, Meatloaf Plate, and the Holy Davoli Burger. Although... Read more

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You Need to Try Twohey’s Legendary Ice Cream Sundae While You Can

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

The beloved diner is set to close after 75 years

The post You Need to Try Twohey’s Legendary Ice Cream Sundae While You Can appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

The Best New Cheap Eats in L.A.: 17 Great Dishes Under $15

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

Our favorite affordable spots from 2017, serving everything from Filipino rice bowls to seafood tostadas

The post The Best New Cheap Eats in L.A.: 17 Great Dishes Under $15 appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Taking a Look at the Landmarks Los Angeles Lost in 2017

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

Our mini memoriam for some places that disappeared this year

The post Taking a Look at the Landmarks Los Angeles Lost in 2017 appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Blue City Food: Live Fully, Eat Tastefully.

by Derek @ Fulfilling Catering

What’s the name of your truck & where are you based?  Blue City Food, from Fairfax County/ Northern VA How do you like to describe your food? Tasty Indian eats, made fresh and served with love. What do you like most about owning a food...

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Cuối tuần xem gì, nghe gì ở Little Saigon?

Cuối tuần xem gì, nghe gì ở Little Saigon?

by Người Việt @ Nguoi Viet Online

Cuối tuần này, đến ngày 21 Tháng Giêng, khán giả Little Saigon sẽ xem hai bộ phim hành động, tình cảm, tâm lý, lịch sử “12 Strong,” “Den of Thieves.”

The post Cuối tuần xem gì, nghe gì ở Little Saigon? appeared first on Nguoi Viet Online.

These Are the Best dineL.A. Reservations to Book Immediately

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Your cheat sheet to winning dineL.A.

The post These Are the Best dineL.A. Reservations to Book Immediately appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

by @Bigmouth @ Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

@Bigmouth wrote:

Does East Borough have pho? I’ve never had it there, but I have tried their excellent pho baguette. If that’s any indication, it’s probably pretty good.

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The Founder’s Favorite March Food Trucks

by Greg Gless @ Fulfilling Catering

Buckle up and get ready to salivate, because this week Food Truck Catering is breaking down the Founder’s Favorite Food Trucks for March. Salt+Lime, based in San Diego, is a truck serving up absolutely delicious and authentic Mexican food dishes. They serve everything you’d hope...

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Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

by @Porthos Fred @ Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

@Porthos wrote:

Probably terrible but I would be curious to see how 9021pho stacks up in that lineup.

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Here’s the Story Behind Time’s Up, Hollywood’s Anti-Sexual Harassment Movement

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Stars wearing black on the red carpet is just the beginning

The post Here’s the Story Behind Time’s Up, Hollywood’s Anti-Sexual Harassment Movement appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Free Chili Day at Philippe’s, a Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Carnival & other Tasty Tuesday News Bites

by Christina Minh @

Who doesn’t like free? Over the next seven days Los Angeles businesses are offering some tasty and fun deals…

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The District by Hannah An

by Valentina Silva @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

In a flashy two-story space that opens onto West 3rd Street, the District is the solo work of Hannah An […]

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Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

by @theoffalo The Offalo @ Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

@theoffalo wrote:

Thanks ipse! Doing the important work!

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The 5 Best Things to Do in L.A. This New Year’s Eve Weekend

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

Hamilton! A boozy NYE party! Snow!

The post The 5 Best Things to Do in L.A. This New Year’s Eve Weekend appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Trucks for Thursday 12/28/17

by noreply@blogger.com (Cindy Peters ) @ Universal Food Trucks

No trucks on the schedule again today.  There probably won't be any until Tuesday 1/2/18.

Happy New Year!

Graduation Party Checklist: You got the tassel, now skip the hassle!

by fulfilling @ Fulfilling Catering

Parents: your grad is on the go. They don’t have time between finals and the final walk to worry about catering for their big send off! You want to look back on this time with fond memories, and not recall the stressful time you had...

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10 Best Places to Party on New Year’s Eve in Los Angeles

by Lisa Beebe @ Los Angeles Magazine

Maybe 2018 will be less awful if we kick it off right

The post 10 Best Places to Party on New Year’s Eve in Los Angeles appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

100 Things You Can Do for Free in L.A.

by Los Angeles Magazine @ Los Angeles Magazine

Because in a city with $18 cocktails, we must find balance

The post 100 Things You Can Do for Free in L.A. appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

The Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Your best bets for December 18 to 22, 2017

The post The Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

How an East Hollywood Coffee Shop Is Creating Space for the LGBTQ+ Community

by Gillian Ferguson @ Los Angeles Magazine

Cuties serves up a lot more than just coffee

The post How an East Hollywood Coffee Shop Is Creating Space for the LGBTQ+ Community appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Check Out Some of Our Favorite Pieces From the Massive L.A. Art Show

by Andrea Alonso @ Los Angeles Magazine

The annual fair returns to the Convention Center with over 90 galleries

The post Check Out Some of Our Favorite Pieces From the Massive L.A. Art Show appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

What’s the Correct Way to Refer to Local Native American Tribes?

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

California has more Native American inhabitants than any other state

The post What’s the Correct Way to Refer to Local Native American Tribes? appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

by @theoffalo The Offalo @ Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

@theoffalo wrote:

Yes, I saw someone there have it when I went during dineLA to try their pho baguette.

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This Billionaire Is Building a “21st Century Monastery” for His Own Think Tank

by Gabriel Kahn @ Los Angeles Magazine

Nicolas Berggruen is building a Getty-like campus for ideas—but why?

The post This Billionaire Is Building a “21st Century Monastery” for His Own Think Tank appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water Brings Grotesque Beauty to Life

by Steve Erickson @ Los Angeles Magazine

The Mexican director's latest film features several genres wrapped into one

The post Guillermo del Toro’s <em>The Shape of Water</em> Brings Grotesque Beauty to Life appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Where to Find L.A.’s Most Instagram-Worthy Floors in Real Life

by Chloe Lew @ Los Angeles Magazine

Why should walls get all the glory?

The post Where to Find L.A.’s Most Instagram-Worthy Floors in Real Life appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Get Down Like Darcy at the Jane Austen Tea Social

by Lisa Beebe @ Los Angeles Magazine

Why should fictional characters have all the fun?

The post Get Down Like Darcy at the Jane Austen Tea Social appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

27 Awesome Things to do this Weekend in L.A. [1-19-18 to 1-21-18]

by We Like L.A. Staff @

Los Angeles provides no limit of things to do, some awesome and some not so awesome. Since time is…

The post 27 Awesome Things to do this Weekend in L.A. [1-19-18 to 1-21-18] appeared first on .

Take A Break From Christmas Cookies!

by Greg Gless @ Fulfilling Catering

It’s easy to treat yo’ self on National Cupcake Day with the variety of vendors available to you! On December 15th, we’ll help you celebrate by locating the freshest cupcakes in your area.  Get your sugar fix on! We’re celebrating the beloved dessert by sharing...

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Saigon’s Sandwiches & Bakery

by Allison Ildefonso @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

At $2.75 a sandwich, it’s a good price for the skateboarder who rolls in for lunch

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Sarah Paulson Steps Into Another Surprising Role

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

Her new film, The Post, is out now

The post Sarah Paulson Steps Into Another Surprising Role appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

L.A. Chefs Are on a Mission to Master the Perfect Hummus

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

Forget pita, we’ll just eat these with a spoon

The post L.A. Chefs Are on a Mission to Master the Perfect Hummus appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

A New Star Wars VR Experience Lets You Go Undercover as a Stormtrooper

by Lisa Beebe @ Los Angeles Magazine

"Hyper reality" meets hyperspace at Downtown Disney

The post A New <i>Star Wars</i> VR Experience Lets You Go Undercover as a Stormtrooper appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

by @theoffalo The Offalo @ Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

@theoffalo wrote:

Having had bun bo hue in SGV, Nong La’s is not funky enough for me.* If I want a BBH fix, I usually go to Qin West and get the Liuzhou noodle soup. Not that it’s like BBH but it scratches the same itch for me.

*I guess maybe I have lower standards for pho? Or maybe I’m in the mood for pho more often, so I’m a little more willing to compromise to get my pho fix.

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Yelp's Top 100 Places to Eat for 2017 - Yelp

Yelp's Top 100 Places to Eat for 2017 - Yelp


Yelp

We L-O-V-E to eat, and we’re passionate about great food. We know you are too! That’s why, every day, we work hard to make dining easier for our millions of users – they can order food for delivery or pickup through Yelp Eat24, or grab a table in advance using Yelp Reservations. Connecting people with... Read more

This Artist Just Updated a Classic Dior Bag with Retro Venice Beach Vibes

by Linda Immediato @ Los Angeles Magazine

“It’s a handbag, you can’t take it too seriously.”

The post This Artist Just Updated a Classic Dior Bag with Retro Venice Beach Vibes appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Trucks for Monday 11/6/17

by noreply@blogger.com (Cindy Peters ) @ Universal Food Trucks

No trucks on Bluffside Drive today.  😭

5 Patty Melts That Are Totally Worth the Indulgence

by Lesley Balla @ Los Angeles Magazine

If loving L.A.'s original diner delight is wrong, we don't want to be right

The post 5 Patty Melts That Are Totally Worth the Indulgence appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Five Books You Need to Read This January

by Zoie Matthew @ Los Angeles Magazine

If you resolved to read more in 2k18, we’ve got you covered

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The 6 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Hop aboard this express train to Fun Town

The post The 6 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

How The Disaster Artist Painstakingly Re-created Tommy Wiseau’s L.A.

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

A guide to where Franco and co. re-created the creation of The Room

The post How <em>The Disaster Artist</em> Painstakingly Re-created Tommy Wiseau’s L.A. appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Veggie Pho

by Alex Janin @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

Tall malt-shop glasses of young coconut juice dot the small black tables, and a happy waitstaff delivers traditional Vietnamese cuisine…

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Vietnam Restaurant

by Marinapena @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

The generically named Vietnam Restaurant in San Gabriel is equal to anything the O.C. has to offer…

The post Vietnam Restaurant appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

This Snowy Getaway Is the Antidote to an Extra-Warm January

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

The site of the ultimate Olympic qualifier is your perfect winter weekend

The post This Snowy Getaway Is the Antidote to an Extra-Warm January appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Leo’s Tacos Truck

by Victoire Loup @ In The Loup

Leo’s Tacos Truck is a place where fine dining chefs, college students, and perhaps even their parents end up after a long night out. The line that curls into the adjacent gas station is a testament to the quality of food and the $1.25 price per taco certainly doesn’t hurt. The move here is undoubtedly […]

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Trucks for Wednesday 12/27/17

by noreply@blogger.com (Cindy Peters ) @ Universal Food Trucks

No trucks on the schedule for today.   😢

Sorry for the dearth of posts; there haven't been many trucks lately and I was out sick 12/19 - 12/21.  

The Broad Is Debuting a Performance That Picks Up Where Infinity Mirrors Left Off

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

L.A.-based artists Ron Athey and Sean Griffin are teaming up for a powerful work

The post The Broad Is Debuting a Performance That Picks Up Where <i>Infinity Mirrors</i> Left Off appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Rise and Shine with a Morning Hot Air Balloon Ride

by Los Angeles Magazine @ Los Angeles Magazine

Let the weekend take you up, up, and away

The post Rise and Shine with a Morning Hot Air Balloon Ride appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

L.A.’s Female Punk Pioneers Are Writing Themselves Into Rock History

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

A Frogtown party will raise funds for the Women of Rock Oral History Project

The post L.A.’s Female Punk Pioneers Are Writing Themselves Into Rock History appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Here Are the 11 Best Things to Do in L.A. in January

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

Your guide to the month's can’t-miss events

The post Here Are the 11 Best Things to Do in L.A. in January appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

60-Second Bio: The Lonely Island

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

Your favorite viral video trio just debuted a show of their own

The post 60-Second Bio: The Lonely Island appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Keller Williams Red Day!

by The Noel Team @ The Noel Team

Our team had an amazing time participating in the Keller Williams Red Day! This year our office participated in a food drive to help our local food bank.

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Trucks for Wednesday 11/22/17

by noreply@blogger.com (Cindy Peters ) @ Universal Food Trucks

No trucks on the schedule for Bluffside Drive today.  The studio is closed tomorrow and Friday, so no trucks will be coming (though the theme park remains open).

Have a great Thanksgiving!


Malibu Seafood

by Victoire Loup @ In The Loup

The best way to come to Malibu Seafood is with a regular. Otherwise, this review will serve as an alternative companion. Start salivating, right when you hit PCH: if this is Malibu Seafood’s rush hour (Saturday lunch, holiday weekend…), don’t hesitate to call to order and avoid the long lines. Almost everything is excellent at […]

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Why Is One SoCal Community Living Longer Than the Rest of Us?

by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

There’s a Secret Longevity “Blue Zone” in San Bernardino County

The post Why Is One SoCal Community Living Longer Than the Rest of Us? appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Everything You Need to Know About the NBA All-Star Weekend In L.A.

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Tickets for basketball’s big weekend just went on sale

The post Everything You Need to Know About the NBA All-Star Weekend In L.A. appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Enjoy the Most Eccentric Tour of the City

by Los Angeles Magazine @ Los Angeles Magazine

From literary hot spots to scenes of the crimes, this one is not for the average tourist

The post Enjoy the Most Eccentric Tour of the City appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Shaun White Is Hosting a Snowboard Competition This Weekend—And It’s Totally Free

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

50 fantastic snowboarders will be showing off in SoCal

The post Shaun White Is Hosting a Snowboard Competition This Weekend—And It’s Totally Free appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

10 Celebration-Worthy NYE Dinners at L.A. Restaurants

by Lisa Beebe @ Los Angeles Magazine

Perhaps the only way for 2017 to leave a good taste in your mouth

The post 10 Celebration-Worthy NYE Dinners at L.A. Restaurants appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Six Los Angeles Poets You Should Be Reading

by Zoie Matthew @ Los Angeles Magazine

These poets are shaking up literature in Los Angeles and beyond

The post Six Los Angeles Poets You Should Be Reading appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Cold Drinks for San Francisco’s Elite Squad!

by Benjamin Flajnik @ Yelp

Cold Drinks and a Scotch Education for San Francisco’s Elite Squad!   On January 16th a group of Yelp San Francisco’s Elite Squad were treated to an amazing evening at Cold Drinks Bar in San Francisco, CA. Alongside the amazing food and drink from Cold Drinks Bar were three beautiful scotches from Speyburn Distillery. What... Read more

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How a 1993 Step Van Became One of L.A.’s Most Interesting Art Galleries

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

Gas Gallery, Ceci Moss's art space on wheels, is literally on a roll

The post How a 1993 Step Van Became One of L.A.’s Most Interesting Art Galleries appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Photographer Catherine Opie’s First Film Is an Avant-Garde Meditation on L.A.

by Scott Timberg @ Los Angeles Magazine

The movie was made entirely from still photographs

The post Photographer Catherine Opie’s First Film Is an Avant-Garde Meditation on L.A. appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Trucks for 1/4/18 to 1/9/18

by noreply@blogger.com (Cindy Peters ) @ Universal Food Trucks

There are temporary "NO PARKING THURSDAY THROUGH TUESDAY" signs on Bluffside Drive, which means the street will probably be used for a film/TV production.  

Xoia

by Shayna Rose Arnold @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

Every bohemian strip needs a good pho joint. This is Echo Park's version: a modern fusion spot (think pho tacos)...

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Your Guide to California’s New Recreational Marijuana Rules

by Jessica P. Ogilvie @ Los Angeles Magazine

Welcome to the brave new world of weed

The post Your Guide to California’s New Recreational Marijuana Rules appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Step Inside an Otherworldly Psychedelic Cave 1,000 Hours in the Making

by Lisa Beebe @ Los Angeles Magazine

Artist Laurie Shapiro’s immersive Hollywood installation feels alive

The post Step Inside an Otherworldly Psychedelic Cave 1,000 Hours in the Making appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Trucks for Monday 11/13/17

by noreply@blogger.com (Cindy Peters ) @ Universal Food Trucks

No trucks on Bluffside Drive today.  😒

For the First Time Ever, an All-Latinx Variety Show Takes UCB’s Main Stage

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

Spanglish Aqui Presents is a first for the storied improv theater

The post For the First Time Ever, an All-Latinx Variety Show Takes UCB’s Main Stage appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

The Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Your best bets for January 15 to 19, 2018

The post The Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Revealing the Secrets Inside the Magic Castle

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

L.A.'s mysterious clubhouse for magicians celebrates 55 years

The post Revealing the Secrets Inside the Magic Castle appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Your Next Fried Chicken Obsession Has Arrived

by Garrett Snyder @ Los Angeles Magazine

Honey-dipped chicken? It’s totally a thing.

The post Your Next Fried Chicken Obsession Has Arrived appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

National Nutrition Month 2017: “Put Your Best Fork Forward”

by Greg Gless @ Fulfilling Catering

Fact: Nutrition encompasses healthy eating practices and important physical activity needed to maintain a healthy lifestyle. The theme, as picked by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, utilizes this idea via their play on words: “Put Your Best Fork Forward.” They took the time-old saying,...

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Porto’s Bakery Makes L.A. History With the Largest-Ever Rosca de Reyes

by Andrea Alonso @ Los Angeles Magazine

24 feet of sweet bliss

The post Porto’s Bakery Makes L.A. History With the Largest-Ever Rosca de Reyes appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

30 Totally Fun Things To Do in L.A. This Week You Need to Know About [1-15-18 to 1-19-18]

by We Like L.A. Staff @

Every week in Los Angeles there are tons of great things to do (even before the weekend gets started)…

The post 30 Totally Fun Things To Do in L.A. This Week You Need to Know About [1-15-18 to 1-19-18] appeared first on .

A Few of Our Favorite Longreads for Your Holiday-Reading Pleasure

by Phoebe Reilly @ Los Angeles Magazine

A gift from us to you

The post A Few of Our Favorite Longreads for Your Holiday-Reading Pleasure appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

by @theoffalo The Offalo @ Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

@theoffalo wrote:

I tried to put extra question marks in the title of this post, but the website kept automatically changing it to one question mark.

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Trucks for Thursday 11/2/17

by noreply@blogger.com (Cindy Peters ) @ Universal Food Trucks

NO PARKING ON BLUFFSIDE 

DRIVE TODAY DUE TO A TV/FILM 

PRODUCTION.

Our Favorite L.A.-Inspired Gifts of 2017

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

All the locally-made gifts you’ll actually be excited to give

The post Our Favorite L.A.-Inspired Gifts of 2017 appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Viet Noodle Bar

by Marinapena @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

Where other neo-Vietnamese restaurants dumb down the traditional, this swank little joint riffs, adding complexity to some standards while nudging the emphasis in others…

The post Viet Noodle Bar appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Take a Sweet Sneak Peek at Candytopia’s Candy-Coated Installations

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Just when you thought your Instagram couldn’t get any… sweeter

The post Take a Sweet Sneak Peek at Candytopia’s Candy-Coated Installations appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

This Ventura Couple Saved Millions of Bees From the Thomas Fire

by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

But they lost millions more when their apiary went up in flames

The post This Ventura Couple Saved Millions of Bees From the Thomas Fire appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Nem Nu’ong Ninh Hoa

by Alex Janin @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

The specialty here is nem nu'ong (grilled Vietnamese pork meatballs) which take on hot-dog-like dimensions…

The post Nem Nu’ong Ninh Hoa appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

There’s Already an “Oprah for President” Billboard Up in DTLA

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

Oprah 2020? Kanye 2020 guy is at it again

The post There’s Already an “Oprah for President” Billboard Up in DTLA appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Good Girl Dinette

by Bryanna Arreola @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

For years Diep Tran has been fusing Eastside hip with her family's Vietnamese cooking…

The post Good Girl Dinette appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Angelenos Can Get a Glimpse of the (Affordable!) New Tesla on Friday

by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

The long-awaited Model 3 makes a public debut in L.A.

The post Angelenos Can Get a Glimpse of the (Affordable!) New Tesla on Friday appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

NOWFE Kicks Off Their Event Season With The Ella Brennan Award Gala

by Morgan Ford @ Yelp

The New Orleans Wine and Food Experience (NOWFE) is popping their first bottles of the year January 25, 2018 to honor Emeril Lagasse, a man of many talents including celebrity chef, restaurateur, author, television personality and philanthropist, with the 2018 Ella Brennan Lifetime Achievement in Hospitality Award at a gala celebration held at The Ritz-Carlton... Read more

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Nick Jonas Believes in Aliens, Michelle Obama, and the Power of Fried Chicken

by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

He'll have you saying Oh Em Juman-gee

The post Nick Jonas Believes in Aliens, Michelle Obama, and the Power of Fried Chicken appeared first on Los Angeles Magazine.

Thinking out loud about journaling vs. blogging

by Rhonda Raulston @ What's New - Rhonda Raulston

I've always journaled...  it helps me clear the clutter in my thinking, clarify what's bugging me, and ground me in gratitude... so at first I thought that journaling was the old-school version of blogging. But it is critically different ....my journals are private, never shared except in small excerpts, or perhaps reconstituted into a dialogue days or weeks later.  My journal holds pages of gushing enthusiasms, borderline-psychotic rants, dark despairs, overwhelming gratitude for my life, mildly embarassing anecdotes, pointed and not-kind judgments, as well as a chronicle of events and thoughts that are often boring, even to me.  I don't edit my journaling - occasionally crossing out a word that didn't quite convey my thought is the extent of any editing I do.  But in writing this blog, I've already started editing, re-reading, checking for clarity of thought, flow of language.   I'm already well aware that what I write here is no longer mine once I click "Post".  Even if no one reads this, once my words cross the border from my computer to the internet, they are no longer in my sphere of control and they have the potential to take on a life that I can only dimly envision.   And yet, I am a writer and a talker and I love nothing more than a dialogue and a sharing of ideas and enthusiasms, and I can see the possibilities that blogging brings to connecting disparate and geographically distant people.  That appeals to me.  So here it is:  my first blog.  

 

Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

by @aaqjr @ Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

@aaqjr wrote:

He re did the menu over the winter I believe, not sure how much of the website represents old info… Although the food pictures look current.

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by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

The Ben Franklin tune hits just in time for the final Hamilton shows in L.A.

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by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

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by Gwynedd Stuart @ Los Angeles Magazine

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Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

by @bulavinaka @ Yes, yes, I should drive to OC or SGV, but what's the best or at least decent pho on the Westside? ? ? ? ??

@bulavinaka wrote:

In general, I think of ramen like cola and pho like lemon-lime soda.

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by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

The rap legend is not giving up the throne just yet

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by Jennifer Swann @ Los Angeles Magazine

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by Brittany Martin @ Los Angeles Magazine

He used his quirky celebrity to advocate for tolerance and love

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by Chris Nichols @ Los Angeles Magazine

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by Marielle Wakim @ Los Angeles Magazine

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by Samantha J. Grasso @ Vietnamese – Los Angeles Magazine

There was a pho 79 back in Saigon (the number referred to the street address), and those who remember that place find solace in the pho…

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