On-location TV production dips in second quarter, but film shoots rise (Entertainment) 7/18 10:35A David Ng
The Los Angeles region saw a decline in overall on-location production during the recent second quarter as TV shoots fell while feature film activity saw an uptick. A report published Wednesday by Film L.A. showed that on-location TV shoots...

How a Long Beach Brewery Is Making an Extra-Special Sour Beer

Los Angeles Magazine 7/18 8:52A Los Angeles magazine
Ryan Fields, head, brewer at Long Beach’s Beachwood Blendery , is obsessed with lambics . Fermented with acid-producing airborne microflora and aged in oak barrels for years at a time, the obscure, slightly sour style of Belgian beer is known for...

What Happened to the Famous School for TV Animals?

Los Angeles Magazine 7/18 6:04A Chris Nichols
For answers to more of your burning questions, visit the  Ask Chris  archive. What happened to the famous school in the Valley for movie and TV animals?  From the 1930s until last fall, movie mutts, crime-fighting K-9s, and pampered poodles honed...

Beverly Hills Activists’ Final Hope to Stop the Subway? Trump.

Los Angeles Magazine 7/18 5:24A Neal Broverman
Will a group of Beverly Hills residents be fighting the subway even after trains are running under their city? Considering their dogged resistance to a Purple Line station in Century City—which will require a tunnel be constructed under Beverly...

Kathy Griffin: From the D-List to the Blacklist to the A-List (Arts) 7/18 3:54A
Kicked out of Hollywood and put under investigation by the government and on no-fly lists meant for terrorists after posting a photo on Twitter last year with a "bloody" Trump mask in her hand, comedian Kathy Griffin has recovered amazingly...

A Love Letter to the 110 Freeway

Los Angeles Magazine 7/17 12:08P Thomas Harlander
On a good day, driving the 110 can be lovely. Starting at its terminus in Pasadena and heading south at a mere 50ish miles per hour, you’re grateful that you don’t have to get off at one of those terrifying brake-and-swerve exits as you wind...

Why BeautyCon L.A. Wasn't Such a Beautiful Experience (Arts) 7/17 11:08A
At BeautyCon L.A., the premier cosmetics industry convention held at the Los Angeles Convention Center this past weekend, the thirst for swag bags, star power and selfies was everything, it wasn't always pretty.
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