The Last Bookstore, located in the arts district of downtown Los Angeles, continues to entice readers and tourists with their..
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“Five Feet Apart”: A fresh take on romance
Sun Nong Dan turns up the heat
Sasami’s self-titled debut album displays raw vulnerability
Captain Marvel brings a new origin story to the big screen
From LA to Little Tokyo
Justin Timberlake makes a bold move with “Man of Woods”
A Calming walk through Amir’s Garden
Duolingo: Not the key to becoming bilingual
A hidden adventure in The Last Bookstore
Quality Cuban pastries at Porto’s Bakery and Cafe
Dear Evan Hansen’s story is beautifully inspiring
Battle the summer’s heat with an ice-cold dessert
Pentatonix nails the classics
Disney’s box office hit: “Beauty and the Beast”
Retro style at Cole’s Diner
Quick, unique gameplay in Clash Royale
Epic alien battles in “The Great Wall” film
Superficial plot and character development in “Kong: Skull Island”
Buoyancy in Train’s “A Girl A Bottle A Boat”
A taste of Asian delicacies at Duke Bakery
Fourth season of “Sherlock” falls short of prequels
Cafe Valer: Comfort food heaven
Going healthy and organic
“The Search for Everything:” A blend of overlapping genres
“I See You” heralds new direction for The xx
Ed Sheeran’s Preview: New Singles Disappoint
No ordinary sushi bar
Everyday delights at Le Pain Quotidien
Hamilton Mixtape stars a modern twist
Places to visit this holiday season
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas
Jin Teahouse offers delectable sweets and teas
“24K Magic” revives 90’s retro funk-pop
Rustic vibes at Mini Monster
“Hacksaw Ridge”: A tribute to veterans
Ameci’s Pizza serves a spicy twist
Lady Gaga’s “Joanne” tops charts
Copenhagen brings a touch of Danish style
Michael Bublé’s shaky return: “Nobody But Me”
One Republic’s “Oh My My” settles at comforting but mundane
A Taste of Fall
Night Out at Tiki Mission Drive-in Theatre
BDK’s Dishes Mimic Taiwanese Small Eats
Leftwich’s Revival: “After the Rain”
#instagramworthyphotos: LA Arboretum
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Keeping in touch with nature’s roots
New perspectives at The Broad
Just my cup of tea
Unwind with Pentatonix
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Mediocrity at Love Letter Pizza and Chicken
“Scorch Trials” lets down expectations
Far East Joint
Porto’s Bakery and Cafe is a Cuban restaurant famous for its tasty, authentic Cuban fare. From pastries to cakes to..
Dear Evan Hansen, an original Broadway musical created by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (lyricists of La La Land) and..
Inside the Irvine Food Hall, traditional Belgian Liege waffles are making a sweet comeback. As the only dessert shop in..
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Phones can often be a distraction, but they can also boost the creativity and productivity of students’ work habits. Habitica..
Hidden in a strip mall of Los Angeles’ Chinatown and surrounded by other food hot spots, Scoops, an artisanal ice..
Half a year after the release of “A Pentatonix Christmas,” Pentatonix delivers another stylistically innovative album, “PTX Vol. IV-Classics,” composed..
It’s a tale as old as time, and Disney brings to life the critically acclaimed original 1991 animated film “Beauty..
Cole’s Diner brings a dose of old-fashioned goodness to Main Street, Los Angeles. It originated as a public feeding house..
The fourth game of Supercell, Clash Royale, was released on March 2, 2016, and it has been the most successful..
Two millennia ago, the country of China worked together to create a wall. It took over 17 centuries and millions..
As a reboot of the popular King Kong franchise, “Kong: Skull Island” adds a modern twist with improved visuals and..
Bangkok BBQ is a quaint and charming eatery located in Walnut that features classic Thai cuisine while incorporating a variety..