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20 Unique Ways to Spend Your Summer Nights
The Editors | June 4, 2014

1. HELI-HAUTE
Like a sexy scene from a James Bond film, Elite Adventure Tours makes hopping into a private...

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Bowled Over!
Carita Rizzo | June 3, 2014

Kristin Chenoweth vividly remembers the first time she performed at the Hollywood Bowl in 2001. “I was a wreck,” exclaims the petite Broadway powerhouse. “I thought: This is the biggest place I’ve ever seen and now I’m on stage!”...

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Wild at Heart
Nate Chapnick | June 3, 2014

As is the case with nearly all Lamborghinis, the replacement for the hugely successful Gallardo draws its name, Huracán, from the world of bullfighting. Known for legendary defiance, Huracán was a Spanish bull propelled to fame after an undefeated run in Alicante...

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The Manor Reborn
Patti Dickey | June 3, 2014

As a longtime fan of Downton Abbey and anything Masterpiece Theatre, I eagerly anticipate visiting Ballyfin, a destination resort in County Laois, Ireland. Located about 60...

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Stargazer
Andrew Myers | June 2, 2014

“Let’s get in our comfies!” declares Shailene Woodley at the end of her extensive five-hour photo shoot. The 22-year-old actress, who stars as the teenage cancer-patient protagonist in this month’s The Fault in Our Stars (based on the...

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Tommy's Girl
Amanda Friedman | May 27, 2014

For Zooey Deschanel, the doe-eyed New Girl star known for her quirky, vintageinspired taste, collaborating with designer Tommy Hilfiger was a natural fit. “We started talking at a...

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Local Lens
Christopher Wyrick | May 16, 2014

Garrett Leight is a homegrown visionary—a native Angeleno in a land of transplants and starry-eyed opportunists. As the son of Oliver Peoples founders Larry and Cindy Leight, Garrett has not fallen far from the family tree. ...

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Japan in L.A.
Laura Eckstein | May 8, 2014

1. Japan Film Festival Los Angeles

Dedicated to strengthening the understanding of contemporary Japanese culture in the United States, JFFLA will screen several cutting edge, original films for the festival’s 10th anniversary. May 10...

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What’s the Scoop?
Alex Markoff | May 2, 2014

1. Coolhaus
Culver City’s sleek, chic purveyor 
of ice cream, cookies and token sandwiches boasts an adventurous array of flavors, like maple flapjack. The choices here are...

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Getting Hooked
Lesley Balla | Photography by Andrea Bricco | April 29, 2014

When you live anywhere east of, say, La Brea, it’s easy to forget about some of the coastal cities: the charming South Bay spots like Manhattan Beach, or the seaside communities that exist beyond Santa Monica and Venice...

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