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Video Star
Sarah St. Lifer | July 2, 2014

“YouTube used to be just cat videos,” says L.A.-based Stephanie Horbaczewski, co-founder, president and CEO of StyleHaul, YouTube’s largest fashion and beauty network. “And now it’s a true economic ecosystem and a place for real content...

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The Road Less Traveled
Paul Rubio | July 2, 2014

Despite being the largest city in Baja California Sur, La Paz—the charming capital city of Mexico's 31st state, located two hours north of Los Cabos on the Sea of Cortez, which flaunts a similar sun-kissed marriage of desert and ocean...

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The 50 Finest
By Lesley Balla, Amanda Friedman and Jasmin Rosemberg | July 2, 2014

10 MOST EXCITING NEW RESTAURANTS
The Church Key
A great room with low-slung sofas and burning fireplaces is made even...

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Sizzling Summer Openings
Jasmin Rosemberg | June 19, 2014

1. Posh Rooftop
“A space for Angelenos to enjoy inspiring views, stunning food and ‘may I have another’ cocktails” is how Director of Food & Beverage Christopher Roache describes the...

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Pizza Frenzy
Jason Kessler | June 13, 2014

1. DeSano Pizza Bakery
Housed in a converted auto shop, L.A.’s newest Neapolitan pizzeria comes to East Hollywood by way of Nashville. And if that doesn’t seem authentic,...

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Seasonable Soirees
Jasmin Rosemberg | June 9, 2014

1. Chaya Downtown Summer Beer Garden
The seafood staple summons patrons to its patio weeknights from 4PM on for barbecue-inspired items with a Japanese bent. Sample snow cones...

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You Gotta Have Faith
Lesley Balla | Photography by Andrea Bricco | June 5, 2014

An earthquake hit the first night Faith & Flower had guests in for dinner. I was there, and once the tall WaterMarke Tower stopped...

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Sizzling Summer Openings
Jasmin Rosemberg | June 5, 2014

Hollywood Hallmark
One of L.A.’s legendary nightspots, HYDE, is back, opening this summer in the former XIV space. Marking a major collaboration between sbe...

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Fresh Art
Abigail Stone | June 5, 2014

It’s no secret that Los Angeles’ Arts District is exploding. Manufacturing is moving out and artists, designers and urban adventurers are moving in. The first signs of life in the downtown enclave, which hugs the L.A. River, came in 1982...

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Elevated Status
Isaiah Freeman-Schub | June 4, 2014

So much for toeing the line—Prada is stepping it up with a new service ensuring its footwear followers find the perfect fit this summer. Called Made to Order Décolleté, the program...

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