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L.A. Bound? Don’t Miss $500 Million Worth Of New Art At LACMA

BY TEAM JST Photo: Reuters Billionaire Jerry Perenchio is being very good to LACMA, and we’re all benefiting from it. News broke on LACMA’s website that the former chairman and CEO of Univision will donate 47 rare paintings – valued at USD $500 million – to Los Angeles County Museum of Art, making it the biggest donation the […]

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6 Ways To Celebrate Fall In Los Angeles

BY DAWN FLEMING Fall is such a beautiful time of year. The leaves change color, the weather gets a little cooler, and the joy of the holiday season kicks in. Well, the weather may not be getting much cooler in Los Angeles, but there are still plenty of ways to celebrate the season. We may […]

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An Unlikely Taste Of Brazil In Los Angeles

BY NADIA CHO If you haven’t been there already, you’re about to be let in on one of the most unique dining experiences in Los Angeles. M Grill is an amazing Brazilian churasscaria tucked away in a second floor building in the middle on Koreatown. Despite its arbitrary location, this steak house is an upscale, classy […]

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40 Restaurants In L.A. & NYC Serving Japanese Food You’d Fly To Tokyo For

BY TEAM JST Photo: Sushi Nakazawa, NYC Oishii! If you didn’t know, that means “delicious” in Japanese. And that’s what you’ll say after devouring all the Japanese food you can get in both L.A. and NYC this November! To promote Tokyo as a delectable destination for today’s stylish foodies like yourself, Tokyo Metropolitan Government (TMG) is launching […]

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L.A. Destinations: 5 Sweet Spots That Will Give You A Sugar Rush

BY DAWN FLEMING 1. Bottega Louie 700 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90017 (map, website) If you’re looking for a Parisian escape, Bottega Louie will make you feel like you’re sitting in a little patisserie near the Seine. They have everything from tiramisu, crème brulée, fruit tarts, macarons, and gelato. You can stop by […]

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Los Angeles International Airport Overhauls To Benefit Passengers

BY NINO MARCHETTI Traveling through one of America’s most busy airports is in the process of becoming a whole lot easier, thanks to some recent changes in play both in the international arrivals areas as well as the aging Terminal 1. Modernization and technology improvements are the name of the game there, which should make […]

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How I Learned To Love L.A.

BY NADIA CHO During my college years at Berkeley, everything people in the Bay Area ever said about Los Angeles was incredibly antagonistic and criticizing. Northern California has an intense superiority complex when it comes to their southern brethren. But despite the hate from my Bay Area friends, I spent a significant amount of time […]

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