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Sure, we love La La Land for its show-stoppingly gorgeous stars, but we're also smitten with its show stopping Los Angeles locales. The outdoor scenes in the film were shot in 42 days in 48 locations. While this breakneck pace was typical during the golden age of movie musicals, technological challenges meant movies were shot mainly indoors. Not so for La La Land. Director Damien Chazelle insisted on filming as many of the scenes as possible on site. As location manager Robert Foulkes told Va
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You've done LACMA. You snapped your photo of The Broad Museum. You've got a mental map of the Getty. In short, you know the LA art scene. But there's plenty more to discover. From a thriving street art scene to a neon sign museum, Los Angeles offers plenty of artistic hideouts that make getting your culture fill easier than finding a parking space. Here's our top-picks for when you need your art fix. Norton Simon [https://goo.gl/maps/gBGJXqVXYmm] Norton Simon [https://www.nortonsimon.org/]Sw
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My delicious homecoming to LA has been a big fat silver lining. I attended college in LA before Downtown LA became dubbed one of the hottest new food destinations in the country. Everything is different except--I used to hate the traffic, and still do. Last summer, my mom was diagnosed with cancer, and as much I tried to Tiger Daughter optimize the situation, I realized that the best and most loving thing that I can do is to spend as much time with my family as possible. So, I've been heading ba
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The thing I like about LA is that it’s big and sprawling size-wise, but still has really intimate restaurants, so it’s not like going to Disneyworld. I’ve been here for 20 years and there are still so many neighborhoods to explore and great drives to take. I now live in Hancock Park, though I’ve lived in the West Hollywood and Larchmont areas before. LA is just a perfect place to explore the history of California as well as the new and exciting restaurants, bars and stores. Disclaimer: When I g
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Top down, wind in your hair, breezing through the streets—err, okay so this is a fantasy relegated to movies. But that doesn't mean you can't fight boulevard boredom with this LA-themed playlist. It might not morph your hybrid into a cool convertible, but it can get you into that carefree West Coast mood. Even if you're plowing through a Boston blizzard. Welcome to the Jungle | Guns N' Roses [https://youtu.be/o1tj2zJ2Wvg]Malibu | Hole [https://youtu.be/v0CYB5V9e64]Straight Outta Compton | NWA