Dominic F. Delle Monache has reassumed the post of publisher of Los Angeles magazine following the retirement of Bert Pucci, 62, who had held the title since 1982. Delle Monache will continue as chief executive of the magazine, which is owned by American Broadcasting Cos.

The magazine's announcement said Pucci will be forming his own Century City-based magazine consulting company. During his 23 years at the company, the publication has grown from 64-page issues to the current ad-heavy magazine topping out at 500 pages or more.

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