L.A. Is in the Throes of a High-Dollar Sneaker Craze

Los Angeles Magazine 3/19 10:16A Linda Immediato
When the clunky “dad sneaker” first debuted on runways last year, underwhelmed fashion observers responded with a question: Who would wear them? The answer came amid a relentless onslaught of...

Can a Bunch of New Co-Living Complexes Ease L.A.’s Housing Crisis?

Los Angeles Magazine 3/19 8:38A Gwynedd Stuart
Amidst rising rents and an on-going housing shortage, a New York City-based “co-living” operator has announced plans to invest $100 million in building pre-furnished, shared living spaces in multiple neighborhoods across Los Angeles. Common, a...

This Trendy Chinese Pastry Is Getting the SGV All Dirty

Los Angeles Magazine 3/19 5:29A Gwynedd Stuart
The latest food trend from China is transporting us back to childhood, when a chocolate-smeared face meant pure joy. Meet the dirty bun or zang zang bao ( dirty dirty bread ), which has arrived in the San Gabriel Valley. Essentially a chocolate...

A Warner Bros. Bigwig Steps Down Amid Casting Couch Scandal

Los Angeles Magazine 3/18 1:28P Gwynedd Stuart
In Hollywood, the sexual exploitation of young women desperate to be actresses has long been a common practice among powerful (usually married) executives. Recently though, the #MeToo and the Time s Up movements have put the industry on high...

What Happened to Simone?

Los Angeles Magazine 3/18 12:05P Garrett Snyder
Just six months after the  highly anticipated Arts District restaurant Simone opened its doors, owner Joe Russo announced on Friday that culinary star Jessica Largey had left her post as executive chef—an immeasurable blow to a restaurant that...

Walker Canyon Is Open Again After the Superbloom Became a Poppy-pocalypse

Los Angeles Magazine 3/18 8:57A Brittany Martin
The superbloom broke bad, and fast. Just a couple weeks into the bloom season, Lake Elsinore city officials closed off the Walker Canyon poppy fields to the public, reopening them in a limited capacity on Monday. The restrictions were put into...

How a Student Newspaper Covers Its Own School’s Scandal

Los Angeles Magazine 3/18 5:13A Gwynedd Stuart
You’d think the student journalists at USC’s Daily Trojan would’ve spun into action when news broke that their school was at the epicenter of a national college bribery scandal. But it was Spring Break and many were out of state—or even the...

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

Los Angeles Magazine 3/18 3:47A Brittany Martin
It s Monday again, but don t let that get you down. A new week means a new opportunity to enjoy all the music, film, and other fun things to do in Los Angeles. America Adjacent Monday, March 18 In Skylight Theater Company s staging of this...

The Method Fest 2019 Lineup: Performance Driven, Socially On Point

Beverly Hills Courier (Arts & Entertainment) 3/15 6:05P Ssimmons
The 2019 The Method Fest Independent Film Festival, committed to giving new films and great performances a Beverly Hills platform, will be held at Laemmle’s Ahyra Fine Arts Theatre, March 22-28. The program will showcase L.A.-based as well as...

The Best Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in L.A.

Los Angeles Magazine 3/15 11:30A Brittany Martin
St. Patrick s Day is this Sunday and perhaps you re feeling in the mood to do a bit of carousing. Here are 10 fun ways to raise a toast to the land of James Joyce, W.B. Yeats, Oscar Wilde, and Colin Farrell. 1.  Pair Your Whiskey with On-Theme...
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