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Interview: Susie Essman Explains Why 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Still Feels So Relevant

"I've traveled all over the world, and I've had people of every ethnicity tell me, 'You're exactly like my mother! You're exactly like my friend's wife!' So I think that we've all tapped into some kind of collective unconscious."

Get Ready For The Grand Central Market Cookbook

Get an early look at the recipe for the "Slut" from Eggslut.

Your Ultimate Guide To October: 20 Awesome Events Happening In Los Angeles

Here's your October guide to the best events taking place in L.A. this month.

20 Awesome Events In Los Angeles This Week

Need something to do this week? We have 20 awesome events happening in L.A.

This Pop-Up Coffee Cart Serves Free And Sliding-Scale Coffee On Skid Row

The coffee is donated by Culver City roaster Bar Nine, and brewed to customers for free or on a sliding scale.

Last Night's Episode Of 'The Good Place' Was An Inspired Homage To 'Groundhog Day'

"It's one of my favorite movies, and it was really fun to try to replicate what made it so wonderful in this very bizarre situation that we're in," said series creator Mike Schur.

'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Is Still The Funniest Comedy Of Manners On TV In Season 9

Based on the first episodes of the new season, we can safely say that Larry David remains the William Butler Yeats of comedy.

There Is Going To Be An Epic Mole Festival Downtown This Weekend

"La Feria de los Moles" is billed as the biggest annual Mexican food festival in the United States.

Last Night's Episode Of 'The Good Place' Was An Inspired Homage To 'Groundhog Day'

"It's one of my favorite movies, and it was really fun to try to replicate what made it so wonderful in this very bizarre situation that we're in," said series creator Mike Schur.

'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Is Still The Funniest Comedy Of Manners On TV In Season 9

Based on the first episodes of the new season, we can safely say that Larry David remains the William Butler Yeats of comedy.

The Shins' James Mercer Talks About Broken Bells And Vietnamese Food In L.A.

The Shins, who released their fifth studio album this year, hits up the Greek on Friday.

A Preview Of The Renzo Piano-Designed Academy Museum Of Motion Pictures, Set To Open In 2019

Located across from LACMA, the museum will house famous movie memorabilia, permanent and rotating exhibitions, and film screenings and talks.

100.3 The Sound To Be Replaced With Christian Music Station

David Bowie and Led Zeppelin are making way for something called K-LOVE.

Weekend Planner: 20 Of The Coolest Things To Do In Los Angeles

Here's what's happening in L.A. this weekend.

Will L.A. Use City Land To Open Emergency Homeless Campgrounds And Shelters?

The City Controller recommends doing so in a new report.

KCRW's New Podcast Dives Deep into L.A.'s Gentrification Debates

"We're trying to show all the shades of gray," host Saul Gonzalez said.

Metro Bringing Bike Share Pilot To Echo Park Next Week

The bikes will be located near the northeast corner of Echo Park Lake.

New York's 'Drunk Education' Brings Its Inebriated Lectures To Los Angeles

The inaugural theme is, of course, "La La Land."

Interview: 'Transparent' Stars Gaby Hoffmann & Jay Duplass On Exploring Non-Binary Relationships

"This was our hardest season. And I think that although the unsettledness and fear and anxiety and anger and emotionality of a Trump America wasn't necessarily the subject of the season, the conscious subject of our feelings was a huge force."

Happy National Voter Registration Day! Here's How To Make Sure You're Registered In California

Ensuring your ability to participate in democracy is as easy as buying something on Amazon Prime!

Monica Garcia Chosen As New LAUSD Board President

Garcia had previously served six years in the role before.

Interview: 'Transparent' Stars Gaby Hoffmann & Jay Duplass On Exploring Non-Binary Relationships

"This was our hardest season. And I think that although the unsettledness and fear and anxiety and anger and emotionality of a Trump America wasn't necessarily the subject of the season, the conscious subject of our feelings was a huge force."

Interview: 'Transparent' Stars Amy Landecker & Rob Huebel On Kinky Sex Scenes & Turning L.A. Into Israel

"That's why we're in Israel. Jill's trying to talk about this original conflict, this never ending conflict that somehow there's a border and you're different. How are we ever going to get out of that?"

Photographer Captures The Charred Landscapes Left In Wake Of La Tuna Fire

There were burned cars and remnants of homes in the eerie scene of the aftermath.

After 50 Years At Musso & Frank's, Ruben Rueda Might Be L.A.'s Longest-Serving Bartender

Rueda talks about the time Charles Bukowski kicked in his windshield (Bukowski needed a ride home), five decades at Musso's, and more.

Interview: 'Transparent' Stars Amy Landecker & Rob Huebel On Kinky Sex Scenes & Turning L.A. Into Israel

"That's why we're in Israel. Jill's trying to talk about this original conflict, this never ending conflict that somehow there's a border and you're different. How are we ever going to get out of that?"

29 Very Instagrammable Rooms Are Coming To L.A.

The highly Instagrammable and popular 29Rooms exhibition is coming to Los Angeles later this year, following a short but successful run in NYC earlier this month. The 29 installations that make up the interactive playground are the product of a collaboration between a few independent artists, Jake Gyllenhaal, the Womens March, and a slew of image-savvy brands. At the helm is Refinery29, who are the main brand behind this IRL spon-con experience. We've reached out...

20 Of The Coolest Events In Los Angeles This Week

Here's what's happening in L.A. this week.

After A Decades-Long Battle, L.A. County's Largest Housing Development Just Got the Go Ahead

Many environmentalists are not happy with the Newhall Ranch project.

Thomas Mann Signs With UTA, But Not The German Writer Who Lived In L.A. In The '40s Because He Is Dead

A very necessary revisiting of the role the O.G. Thomas Mann, and other writers and artists in exile, played in L.A.

Photos: This Is What Cereal-Encrusted Breakfast For Dinner At Sqirl Looks Like

Sqirl will be open for dinner this weekend for the pop-up.

Golden Age Latin American Films Return To Downtown L.A. For Screening Series

A comprehensive series that's part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA revives a Latin American film culture that was once a vital part of downtown Los Angeles.

Golden Age Latin American Films Return To Downtown L.A. For Screening Series

A comprehensive series that's part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA revives a Latin American film culture that was once a vital part of downtown Los Angeles.

Fake, Apocalyptic Emergency Alert Takes Over TVs In Orange County

"Extremely violent times will come," a voice said.

Former Private Chef's New Brentwood Restaurant Pizzana Has Some Of The Best Pies In Town

The pizza restaurant came as a collaboration between Chef Daniele Uditi and Candace and Charles Nelson of Sprinkles Cupcakes.

L.A.-Area DACA Recipients Contribute Approximately $5.5 Billion Annually To Economy, Chamber Estimates

The greater L.A. area is home to more DACA recipients than any other city.

A Filipino Food Festival, Billed As L.A.'s First Ever, Is Coming To Eagle Rock

Called "Eat. Play. Move.", the festival will take over the Eagle Rock Plaza.

The 7 Most Iconic Cemeteries In Los Angeles

Visit these cemeteries to embrace your goth side and learn about L.A.'s past.

Weekend Planner: 20 Awesome Things To Do In Los Angeles

Here are 20 of the coolest events happening in L.A. this weekend.

California Suing Over Trump's Planned Border Wall

"No one gets to ignore the law, not even the president of the United States," Becerra said.

John Fante's Los Angeles

The author of the seminal "Ask The Dust" gave us a glimpse of Bunker Hill and other neighborhoods in L.A.

Enter This Lottery For A Guided Exploration Of The Recently-Opened Backbone Trail

The new trail is said to be "as iconic as the John Muir Trail in the Sierra Nevada and the Appalachian Trail in the East."

Shondaland.com Chief Content Officer Talks About Avoiding Clickbait, Harnessing The Power Of Rhimes' Works For New Site

Jennifer Romolini, Chief Content Officer, talks about what sets Shondaland apart.

Michelle McNamara's Book About 'The Golden State Killer' Will Be Released Nearly Two Years After Her Passing

Her husband, comedian Patton Oswalt, had vowed to get the then-unfinished book published.

The Fantastical World of 'Willy Wonka' is Coming to the Hollywood Bowl With... John Stamos?

"Weird Al" isn't even the weirdest thing about this "Willy Wonka" adaptation.

This Grassroots Group is Feeding L.A.'s Hungry, One Burrito At A Time

The Burrito Project L.A. is a do-good D.I.Y. effort to feed L.A.'s homeless.

A Brief History Of Celebs Going To Get Fast Food After Awards Shows

Aziz Ansari continued the tradition by hitting up In 'N Out after the Emmys.

20 Of Our Favorite Events Happening In Los Angeles This Week

Check out 20 of the coolest events in L.A. this week.

'Lost LA' Returns For A Second Season Next Month

The KCET show uses primary source material to discover the history of Los Angeles.

Harry Dean Stanton Dies At 91

Roger Ebert once said that no movie with Stanton in it could ever "be altogether bad."

LAX To Bring Cassell's, Trejo's Tacos, Urth Caffe To New Terminal 1 Food Court

The Southwest Airlines terminal will see the new restaurants open by Labor Day 2018.

Meet Hazel Glab: The Murderous Media Darling of 1930s L.A.

L.A.'s famed flapper murderer, whose beauty and utter criminal nature captivated the city for decades.

There Will Be A Free, Daylong Launch Party For PST: LA/LA Thursday In Grand Park

The perfect place to get oriented with the four-month arts initiative.

Jessica Biel And Au Fudge Sued For Allegedly Cheating Workers Out Of Tips, Breaks

The restaurant is accused of "withholding tens of thousands of dollars in gratuities from major Hollywood parties."

Your New Favorite Place To Work And Drink Coffee Is An Art Deco Downtown Lobby

Portland coffee favorite Nossa Familia has opened in the lobby of the CalEdison building.

Poorly Maintained Restrooms Lower Overall Grades For L.A. Parks

Authors of the report say that some of the restrooms are "poorly maintained and foul-smelling."

Dept. Of Formalities: L.A. Officially Named As Host For 2028 Olympics

L.A. had initially been vying for the 2024 games.

Prepare Your Insta Feeds: Sqirl Will Be Serving Breakfast For Dinner Next Week

All cereal-inspired menu items, three nights only.

LAUSD Board President Charged With Three Felony Counts Over 'Political Money Laundering'

Officials say that Refugio Rodriguez was aided by a cousin in the alleged scheme.

John Wayne, Munchkins, And More Secrets Of The Culver Hotel's 93-Year History

From ghost sightings to gambling to politics, all kinds of things go on at the Culver Hotel.

The 8 Best Jewish Delis In Los Angeles

Familiarize yourself with L.A.'s Jewish deli scene, just in time for Rosh Hashanah.

This New Law Means You Can Get A $70 Fine For Smoking Pot While Driving Or Riding In A Car

It was previously illegal to drive while inebriated, but not explicitly illegal to smoke while driving.

L.A. County Approves Official Travel Restrictions To States That Threatened Legal Action Against DACA

L.A. County is home to more DACA recipients than any other county in the nation.

UCLA Now Offers A 'Get Out'-Inspired Class On Racism And The 'Black Horror Aesthetic'

According to the UCLA Registrar's office, the class is already full and has a waitlist.

Interview: Creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg Reflects On Season 4 Of 'BoJack Horseman'

Creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg talked to us about the development of Beatrice's storyline, the importance of endings, the responsibility of storytellers, and the origins of clown dentists.

California Suing Trump Administration Over DACA Repeal

More than a quarter of all DACA recipients live in California.

After Video Of Elotero Being Attacked Went Viral, Lowrider Bike Clubs Made Him A New, Custom Cart

Artisans from bike clubs across the L.A. area donated their time, labor, and materials to create the customized cart.

Interview: Creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg Reflects On Season 4 Of 'BoJack Horseman'

Creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg talked to us about the development of Beatrice's storyline, the importance of endings, the responsibility of storytellers, and the origins of clown dentists.

The Broad To Release More Tickets For Yayoi Kusama 'Infinity' Mirror Rooms

*Insert commentary on art as social-media fodder here*

20 Of The Coolest Events Happening In Los Angeles This Week

Here are 20 of the greatest events happening in L.A. this week.

Photos: Watch This Egg-Shaped Museum Make Its Way Through L.A.

It's not every day you see a giant egg sitting next to you in traffic on the 101.

Conservative 'Commentator' Tomi Lahren Appears To Have Moved To L.A.

At least it sure seems that way on social media.

How Wildfires Affect L.A.'s Different Animal Populations

Coyotes, not surprisingly, are among the more resilient animals.

Cold War-Focused Wende Museum To Reopen In November In Historic Culver City Armory

The museum will open with its first exhibit, "Cold War Spaces."

Dump The Worst Parts Of Your Past Relationships At This Altar

The exhibit, titled "The Altar: Good Memories of Bad Love," will run at the Museum of Broken Relationships from September 9 to October 1.

'BoJack Horseman' Is Haunted By The Past In Brilliant Season Four

BoJack is back, and this season we're diving into his family history to really soak up all the pathos.

Photos: A Street Artist Just Put Up This Giant Portrait Looking Over The U.S./Mexico Border Wall

JR, the "French Banksy," put up the installation on the Mexico side of the wall.

'BoJack Horseman' Is Haunted By The Past In Brilliant Season Four

BoJack is back, and this season we're diving into his family history to really soak up all the pathos.

Weekend Planner: 20 Of The Coolest Things To Do In Los Angeles

Peek right here for what's going on in L.A. this weekend.

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