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  • The flat white, or how to order a cup of coffee like Russell Crowe
    The flat white, or how to order a cup of coffee like Russell Crowe

    The flat white -- that espresso-and-milk drink that is as ubiquitous to Antipodean culture as meat pies and Lamingtons -- is having something of a moment in Los Angeles. You can, with increasing frequency, find it on the menu boards at specialty coffee shops around the city, from Coffee +...

  • After 18 years, JiRaffe is closing
    After 18 years, JiRaffe is closing

    After 18 years, Raphael Lunetta has decided to close JiRaffe, the French bistro in Santa Monica he founded with then-partner Josiah Citrin.

  • New superfood cafes opening in L.A. area — with DIY porridge
    New superfood cafes opening in L.A. area — with DIY porridge

    In sunny Southern California, nothing says the holidays like a new superfood cafe. Beaming, an organic, superfood cafe from San Diego, is opening locations in Brentwood on Monday, and in Santa Monica on Dec. 15. The cafe is known for its cold pressed juices, superfood smoothies and...

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  • UCLA student government votes for divestment in Israel
    UCLA student government votes for divestment in Israel

    The UCLA undergraduate student government has voted to support a measure that urges the UC system to sell off stock in companies that do business with the Israeli military and profit from Israel’s occupation of Palestinian territories.

  • Courtyard bridge by Michael Maltzan to open at Hammer in February
    Courtyard bridge by Michael Maltzan to open at Hammer in February

    A new pedestrian bridge by architect Michael Maltzan that crosses the courtyard of the Hammer Museum will open early next year, officials said Wednesday, and will connect the most trafficked galleries to those that new visitors are most likely to miss.

  • Home of the Day: Top-shelf Midcentury over Brentwood
    Home of the Day: Top-shelf Midcentury over Brentwood

    This updated Midcentury Modern residence, with warming hardwoods and paneled glass, sits among a collection of pedigreed homes in the Crestwood Hills section of Brentwood. Designed with indoor-outdoor living in mind, living spaces such as the step-down lounge and wet bar flow freely onto the...

  • Home of the Day: Top-shelf Midcentury over Brentwood
    Home of the Day: Top-shelf Midcentury over Brentwood

    Designed for indoor-outdoor living, bedrooms and main living spaces flow freely onto the landscaped grounds through paneled glass doors.

  • Dick Cavett to play himself in Lillian Hellman-Mary McCarthy feud
    Dick Cavett to play himself in Lillian Hellman-Mary McCarthy feud

    Dick Cavett, the veteran talk show host, will play himself in the Los Angeles premiere of a play based on the long-running feud between Lillian Hellman and Mary McCarthy. "Hellman v. McCarthy" by Brian Richard Mori will run Feb. 6 to 28 at Theatre 40 in Beverly Hills.

  • Dasha Shishkin's dive into decadence
    Dasha Shishkin's dive into decadence

    An enthralling lawlessness reigns in Dasha Shishkin's world. Body parts distend and multiply, leapfrogging over boundaries of gender and species. Space collapses into prismatic fluidity, and scale is a free-for-all.

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