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What to Do in Los Angeles This Weekend, January 5 to 7

Attend a wellness retreat, see Late Night Monthly Variety Show or head to Sofi Stadium

8 Holiday Gifts from Local LA Makers

This season, give them something they actually want

An LA Watch Collector Shares His Favorite Timepieces

Josh Hendizadeh shares his top picks at a variety of price points

Does Living in California Increase Your Longevity?

According to longevity expert Kien Vuu, signs point to yes

Inside Cohiba’s Debut Cigar Lounge in North America

It’s thanks to a new partnership with Ritz-Carlton Bacara in Santa Barbara

Is LA the Country’s Best City for Art?

The Hammer’s architectural transformation — and an important new biennial — has put it at the center of a radical evolution

How to Have a Perfect Day Betting on Horses at the Del Mar Racetrack

Make a day of it at the oceanside track that Bing Crosby built

Downtown LA’s Architectural Wonders Are Hiding in Plain Sight

How many of these marvels have you actually stopped to appreciate?

All the Best Places to Play Pickleball in LA

From Beverly Hills to a rooftop hotel in West Hollywood

Here’s Where to Catch the Best Fireworks in LA

From sparklers over the ocean to "Pee Wee’s Big Adventure" in a cemetery

If You See One Art Show This Summer, Make It Keith Haring at The Broad

The ’80s artist provides a path forward for today’s activism-minded creatives

How the Country’s Only Unionized Strippers Won Their Battle

Star Garden dancers finally received union recognition after a 15-month organizing effort

Hugh Holland’s “Locals Only” Captures the Wild, Carefree Spirit of ’70s Skate Culture

Nothing looks quite as free as Southern California a half-century ago

12 California Music Festivals Worth the Drive This Summer

Lizzo paired with wine, or guitar gods and 80 breweries? Take your pick.

What Makes the Song of Summer? We Asked Anderson .Paak.

The 37-year-old is gearing up for his .Paak House event on May 12

Meet the Guy Hosting an IRL “Survivor” Played in LA Backyards

Applications are open for the unsanctioned game Jeff Probst called “brutal, but awesome”