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  1. sports
    Los Angeles Gets a Really Bad Stadium Name for ChristmasAs of December 25, the Staples Center will become the Crypto.com Arena.
  2. the grub street diet
    Gentefied Creators Marvin Lemus and Linda Yvette Chávez Can Find the Good Pozole“I grew up on my Mamá Fina’s menudo, but gotdamn does this pozole hit the spot.”
  3. los angeles
    The Many Histories of Julia Morgan’s L.A. Herald Examiner BuildingOf gender, labor, media — and now, renewal.
  4. style
    Gucci’s Hollywood RompThe brand takes over a tourist block for glamour with a seedy edge.
  5. spooky songs
    Watch Billie Eilish Sing ‘Sally’s Song’ to Kick Off HalloweekendLife’s no fun without a good scare.
  6. death becomes her
    A Date With the GraveVisiting the unlikely star of Mountain View Cemetery, a fake gravesite reserved exclusively for Hollywood’s funeral scenes.
  7. that’s no moon
    The Academy Museum’s Orb Is Like When the Trailer Is Better Than the MovieBursting Renzo Piano’s big L.A. bubble.
  8. buzz
    Horchoffee, a Drink That’s Both Delicious and DivisiveAs the horchata-coffee hybrid’s popularity grows, so does the controversy around its origins.
  9. the grub street diet
    Natalie Morales Cooks Like She’s on Chopped “What can I make from these weird combinations?”
  10. black beauty matters
    The Los Angeles Woman Bringing Beauty to the HomelessGetting to know Beauty 2 the Streetz founder Shirley Raines.
  11. enjoy it!
    Los Angeles Declares 8/18 Brody Stevens DayThe Valley’s favorite son gets his due.
  12. throwing shade
    Here’s How Hard Los Angeles Has Made It to Install a Bus ShelterA new design for a tiny sunshade is about the best anyone can do.
  13. temporary closings
    Los Angeles Restaurants Temporarily Close As COVID Case Counts RiseMore businesses are also asking for proof of vaccination.
  14. block blast
    ‘I Saw My Best Friend, All Covered in Black, and Her Face Was Red With Blood’After the LAPD fireworks explosion, this South L.A. resident is demanding answers.
  15. coronavirus
    Los Angeles County Will Reinstate Indoor Mask Mandate This Weekend“This is an all-hands-on-deck moment,” said the county health officer.
  16. beach house
    Even a Starchitect’s Homeless Housing Project Won’t Sway Venice Beach NIMBYs“What they are working towards is a de facto gated beach community.”
  17. the grub street diet
    Darrell Britt-Gibson Wants His Own Cooking Show“I’ll go against anyone in a battle of the breakfast taco.”
  18. policing
    When Cops Commit Property DamageThe LAPD’s detonation of a de facto bomb in a Los Angeles neighborhood highlights a different sort of police impunity.
  19. encounter
    The Man Behind L.A.’s MegamansionsRamtin Ray Nosrati is a developer for our new Gilded Age.
  20. the grub street diet
    Ronan Farrow Wants to Order a Side of Lox“They’ll be like, ‘That’s not a thing. What does that mean?’”
  21. essential workers
    They Sewed Protective Masks and Gowns. Who Protected Them?Three L.A. Apparel garment workers on the company’s deadly COVID outbreak last year, when 375 people in one warehouse tested positive.
  22. i turn to moo
    Songwriter Diane Warren Saved a Cow?Warren got the cow to an animal sanctuary north of LA.
  23. rip
    Influential Los Angeles Chef Mark Peel Has DiedThe Campanile co-founder was 66.
  24. the grub street diet
    Casey Wilson Prefers Her Chicken Parm in Bed“No one loves that about me, but it’s my truth.”
  25. deliciousness
    NYC Is About to Add 4,000 Street Vendors. Los Angeles Has Ideas to Borrow.More communal kitchens, more permit options, more flexibility on the streets.
  26. street view
    How a Denser Los Angeles Can Still Look Like Los AngelesWhere the neighbors don’t want towers, a city competition provides some alternatives.
  27. climate change
    The Straightforward Way to Make California’s Wildfires Less DeadlyState senator Henry Stern proposes a simple plan: Don’t build houses where they’ll burn.
  28. origin stories
    How a Bookstore Became the Unlikely Birthplace of Alt-ComedyIn the 1990s, a group of misfit comedians who didn’t fit in at clubs created their own.
  29. superheroes
    Peatónito the Pedestrian Superhero Is Finishing Up Grad School at UCLAMexico City’s masked defender of walkers is now tackling the dangerous streets of Los Angeles.
  30. covid-19
    America’s Most Populous County Reports Zero COVID DeathsA major measure of progress for California and the U.S.
  31. the grub street diet
    Jason Concepcion Is Still Working Through His Early-Pandemic Pasta Purchase“I’ve always had an affinity for the cuisine of the Italians.”
  32. hollywood
    Don’t Worry, the Cinerama Dome Won’t Get Demolished (Probably)But it might need a savior like Netflix to stay intact.
  33. movie theaters
    L.A.’s Beloved ArcLight Cinemas, Pacific Theatres Will Close Permanently“Despite a huge effort that exhausted all potential options, the company does not have a viable way forward.”
  34. public space
    Last Night in Echo ParkOn the scene as the LAPD evicted an enormous community of unhoused residents from the shore of Echo Park Lake.
  35. the oscars
    Don’t Hold the Oscars at Union StationThere’s a bigger, better idea sitting right in front of us.
  36. on tv
    What Eric Garcetti Might Borrow From ‘Mr. Mayor’Five good L.A. ideas he can take from Neil Bremer’s imaginary governance.
  37. covid-19
    Reopening My Restaurant Now Would Mean Breaking a Promise to DinersWhy being “allowed” to reopen our dining room isn’t enough.
  38. celebrity
    Well, That Really Doesn’t Look Good for Armie HammerThe disgraced actor moved out of his family home in L.A. — and it seems the movers left a bound-up mannequin in the trash.
  39. lawsuits
    James Franco Sexual Misconduct Lawsuit Reaches a Settlement DealFranco was accused of coercion into sexual acts in his position as an acting teacher.
  40. preservation
    L.A. Doesn’t Need to Save Every Unremarkable Little BuildingWhen NIMBYs sneakily invoke nostalgia for something that’s neither old nor architecturally significant, it’s time to say no.
  41. the law
    DaBaby Arrested on Rodeo Drive for Allegedly Carrying a Loaded FirearmAccording to police, they found a 9mm firearm in DaBaby’s vehicle.
  42. crime
    A Black Woman Was Assaulted by a Mob of Trump SupportersThe Los Angeles Police Department is investigating the violent attack as a hate crime.
  43. delays
    Disney, Warner Bros., Universal, CBS Delay TV Production in Los AngelesA bevy of shows set to resume production on January 4 have been delayed due to surging COVID-19 cases in L.A. County.
  44. covid-19
    L.A. County Health Department Asks Film Industry to ‘Strongly Consider Pausing’As COVID-19 cases continue to surge in Los Angeles, productions are being advised to “focus on lower-risk work for now.”
  45. whirrrrrrr
    Los Angeles Wants a Flying-Taxi Division. What Could Go Wrong?Unlikely future, meet realistic present.
  46. california
    Premiering Soon: The Real Health Department of Beverly HillsThe city wants to start its own department independent of Los Angeles County, mostly so it can reopen its restaurants.
  47. city people
    Now That an Urban Planner Is on the City Council, Can She Help Fix Los Angeles?Nithya Raman is calling for systemic change — including breaking up her own district.
  48. the grub street diet
    Jason Stewart Likes His Martinis ‘Dirty & Bleu’“I’m not particularly proud of it.”
  49. hotshot
    Thank You for Your Service, Brad PittStill he refuses to leave us in peace.
  50. the grub street diet
    Cookbook Author Nik Sharma Happily Eats Ice Cream for Lunch“I really love ice cream.”
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