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  • 'Law & Order: SVU' star Mariska Hargitay, Peter Hermann at Joy Rocks

    'Law & Order: SVU' star Mariska Hargitay, Peter Hermann at Joy Rocks
    The event: Mariska Hargitay, who stars as Det. Olivia Benson on "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" and is founder of the Joyful Heart Foundation, hosted a fundraiser on Thursday for the nonprofit — which assists survivors of domestic violence and...
  • Sports car parties entice high-end home buyers on the Westside

    Sports car parties entice high-end home buyers on the Westside
    In the competitive Westside housing market, where one-upmanship is the rule, agents and brokers are continually trying to outdo one another with enticing events that will draw a moneyed home buyer to a trophy home that’s on the market. Sports cars...
  • Critic's Choice: Sandwiches that are a slice above

    Critic's Choice: Sandwiches that are a slice above
    Who wants to eat lunch inside on these perfect early summer days? A salad is too messy to eat from your lap unless you carry a cleaning kit with you. But a sandwich? That's why it was invented. You could pack your own peanut butter and jelly, but if you...
  • Gindo's hot sauce finds foodie fans in L.A.

    Gindo's hot sauce finds foodie fans in L.A.
    The cold fried chicken sandwich at Michael Voltaggio's ink.sack is one of the restaurant's bestsellers. The meat is cooked sous-vide with piment d'espelette and then breaded in corn flakes and fried. It's topped with crisp lettuce, pickles and tangy...
  • The latest trend among chefs: Food tattoos

    The latest trend among chefs: Food tattoos
    Michael Voltaggio has no idea how many tattoos he has. The question makes him laugh. The wise-cracking 33-year-old chef is pretty well covered. The name of his restaurant, after all, is Ink. Before dinner service on a recent Friday, Voltaggio plays around...
  • MAD2 food symposium in Copenhagen: some highlights

     
    MAD2 food symposium in Copenhagen: some highlights...
  • AIA design award winners: La Descarga, Take a Bao, A-Frame, more

     
    AIA design award winners: La Descarga, Take a Bao, A-Frame, more...
  • William Friedkin to serve as L.A. Film Fest's guest director

     
    William Friedkin, the Academy Award-winning director of 1971's "The French Connection," will serve as guest director of the Los Angeles Film Festival and will screen his new NC-17 movie, "Killer Joe," on June 15, organizers said Tuesday. "Killer Joe" will...
  • Chefs fight foie gras ban, plan simultaneous blow-out dinners

     
    More than 100 California chefs have formed a group called the Coalition for Humane and Ethical Farming Standards (yes, the acronym spells CHEFS) to fight California's pending ban on foie gras. The ban on fattened duck or goose liver is set to take...
  • The Review: The Royce

    The Review: The Royce
    Keep the fat lady waiting in the wings. It's not over yet. Fine dining, I mean, and the new Royce at the Langham Huntington is proof. The Pasadena hotel could have chosen to turn the Dining Room where Craig Strong (and briefly, Michael Voltaggio) once...
  • Some up-and-coming chefs are skipping culinary school

    Some up-and-coming chefs are skipping culinary school
    Cole Dickinson, the chef de cuisine at Michael Voltaggio's soon-to-open West Hollywood restaurant, Ink, got his culinary education the old-fashioned way: in the kitchen. That might sound obvious, but it makes him something of an anomaly as the number...