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Paris: Life and Luxury

A new gallery opened in the Getty filled with paintings, sculptures, fashion, furniture, musical instruments and books that explore the 18th-century Parisian home. A very unique and well worth checkin’ out on your tour of Los Angeles. The Getty Center has always had great installments, really looking forward to something new. Every week Tuesday, Wednesday,…

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Skirball Cultural Center Salutes Harry Houdini

The Skirball Cultural Center salutes the life, career and influence of enigmatic magician and escape artist Harry Houdini (pictured) in Houdini: Art and Magic. A great exhibit showcasing something unique, definitely must check out during your tour of Los Angeles. The first major exhibition to explore Houdini’s life and legacy features more than 150 artifacts,…

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The Clock

May 16-17. West Coast premiere of artist Christian Marclay’s The Clock, a 24-hour single-channel montage constructed from thousands of moments of cinema and television history depicting the passage of time. Marclay has excerpted each of these moments from their original contexts and edited them together to create a functioning timepiece synchronized to local time wherever…

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Mezze Mediterranean Fare

Mezze brings a rustic culinary ambience to West Hollywood, serving a contemporary take on Middle Eastern and Mediterranean fare. “Cuisine from this region has been considered the benchmark of human vitality for centuries,” says Mezze’s chef Micah Wexler, formerly of Craft and L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon. The seasonal menu focuses on small plates, including dishes…

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City Tavern Offers Craft Beer and Tap Tables

Beer taps at your table? The dream is reality at downtown Culver City’s City Tavern, new from the owners of nearby Rush Street. At three “Table Tap” booths are computerized draft beer systems that offer a rotating selection of three craft beers. Customers pour their own as a monitor displays how much beer has been…

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Dominick’s Crawfish Boil

Saturdays in May. Celebrated West Hollywood Italian eatery Dominick’s brings back a festive local favorite: its annual crawfish boils. Drawing upon his New Orleans heritage, chef Brandon Boudet takes over the eatery’s patio on Saturdays from noon to 4 p.m. to boil 300 pounds of Louisiana crawfish. Head on by as you tour LA, great…

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Tres by Jose Andres

Enjoy a prix-fixe Mother’s Day brunch that includes items such as Pan con Tomate toasted bread, tomato and olive oil, Gazpacho with traditional condiments, and a smoked salmon display with Russ & Daughters diamond selection, caper berries, minced red onions, quail eggs, chives and Greek yogurt. This can definately be on your list of things…

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Lexington Social House

In the 1920s, Hollywood’s elite gathered at the famous corner of Hollywood and Vine to toast one another. Lexington Social House, a vision of brother-sister duo Jeremy and Junella Chin, brings patrons back to that glamorous time. The new lounge and restaurant features artisan cocktails like the Special Agent (Earl Grey-infused bourbon, orange bitters, fresh…

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M.B. Post

Chef David LeFevre, who earned a Michelin star at downtown’s Water Grill, has opened rustic American eatery M.B. Post in the space of a former post office in Manhattan Beach. Something to mentally gorge on for the moment until you hit up this great place during your Tour of LA. His imaginative seasonal dishes come…

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An LA Tour

Los Angeles, California is one of the most exciting cities to tour in the United States. As a small-town farm girl who grew up just outside of Kansas City, Kansas, all I knew about life was cows, horses, pigs, sheep and tractors before I mad my very first venture to the west coast.  I traveled…

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