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Magic Man
By Carita Rizzo | May 26, 2016

Watching Daniel Radcliffe play a sociopath trying to impress his megalomaniac father in Now You See Me 2 (opening June 10) is a thrill. In the magic-filled action caper, a sequel to the 2013 blockbuster, his character possesses charm and enthusiasm, but...

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5 Memorial Day Events in L.A.
By Lauren Loudermilk | May 24, 2016

1. Go to a Pool Party (or Four) in West Hollywood
Spend the whole holiday weekend at Skybar at the Mondrian Hotel for its...

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5 Trendy Summer Camps for Kids
By Liz Luevano | May 16, 2016

1. Alexa Café
This weeklong all-girls summer camp teaches girls, ages 10-15, about leadership, entrepreneurship, brand identity and philanthropy....

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5 Out-of-the-Box Eateries to Try Now
By Liz Luevano | May 9, 2016

1. B Sweet
Known for its decadent treats, this sweet spot is a go-to when looking for a sugary fix. The menu changes weekly, except for a few...

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2016 Salon & Stylist Awards
By The Editors with Nadine Jolie Courtney and Jaye Michelle Harris | May 2, 2016

BEST CUT
Anh Co Tran
Adored for his “lived-in” style, Tran’s devoted...

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Double Vision
By Maile Pingel | April 29, 2016

This past February, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art announced that colorful Angeleno James Goldstein is donating his landmark home to the museum, the first time such a gift has ever been made to it. The monumental bequest includes not only the John...

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Collective Cool
By Kathy A. McDonald | April 29, 2016

Creating fresh, authentic and comfortably luxe designs inspired by a project’s locale is Studio Collective’s modus operandi. The Santa Monica-based boutique...

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House of Blues
By Laura Eckstein Jones | April 29, 2016

“Choosing Los Angeles to be the home of our first store felt very natural,” says Frame co-founder Erik Torstensson, referring to his decision, along with partner...

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Lusty Newcomer
Lesley Balla | Photography by Andrea D’Agosto | April 27, 2016

Opening an eatery anywhere in Los Angeles isn’t an easy feat, but it’s especially difficult in the white-hot Arts District downtown, where you’ll find restaurants on every corner and on the ground floor...

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The Super Healers
By Elina Fuhrman and Terena Eisner | April 26, 2016

While not quite mainstream yet, many healing modalities have morphed from alternative to acceptable ways to address the needs of our mind, body and soul to complement Western medicine. We’re seeing yoga, acupuncture and...

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Straight Talk
By Carita Rizzo | April 26, 2016

"I don’t miss anything about working,” Chelsea Handler says with a laugh, when asked if her one-year hiatus from showbiz had her hankering for the daily grind. “I want to retire, but I also know that I have a very expensive...

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Checking In
Produced by Beth Weitzman | April 26, 2016

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
The Quiet Side
More than 2,000 acres of lush jungle meet the golden sand and aquamarine sea at Playa Grande on the secluded north coast of the Dominican Republic. A clifftop at this remote...

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