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By Jill Weinlein, 1/29/2015

Super Bowl at Dog Haus Biergarten Get the Super Bowl party started early on Sunday, Feb. 1 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. with the Dog Haus Biergarten’s build-your-own bloody Mary bar, priced at $7 per cocktail. Happy hour prices will be offered, with $4 well drinks, $2 signature cocktails, $1 off “Haus” wines, $4 [...] [...more]

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‘Inherent Vice’ shows off Anderson’s skills

By Tim Posada, 1/29/2015

Paul Thomas Anderson is one of the best filmmakers of the past 20 years. Like Quentin Tarantino, he moves slow, with only a handful of notable films to his credit: “Boogie Nights”, “Magnolia”, “Punch-Drunk Love”, “There Will Be Blood”, “The Master” and now “Inherent Vice”. “Blood” and “Master” seemed to change things; he moved down [...] [...more]

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Classic French-California cuisine at Terrine

By Jill Weinlein, 1/29/2015

As I walked into the new Terrine restaurant on Beverly Boulevard, I was excited to see some familiar faces. I was greeted by Stephane Bombet, who opened Faith & Flower (the Tasting Kitchen) and helped Ricardo Zarate launch Mo-Chica, Picca, Paiche and Blue Tavern. At Terrine, he teamed up with managing partner and wine director François [...] [...more]

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Golden Living Fair coming to Temple Beth El

1/29/2015

Retirees and their adult children are invited to the first “Stand Up for the 2015 Senior, A Golden Living Fair” on Monday, Feb. 16 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Hollywood Temple Beth El, located at the corner of Fountain and Crescent Heights in West Hollywood. The educational and lifestyle event offers presentations, entertainment, [...] [...more]

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What to know about choosing a right-sized memory program

1/29/2015

Choosing a senior living community is an important decision, and families should consider both current and future needs in their evaluation. A good memory support program can be as crucial for people who are independent with no cognitive issues as it is for individuals who have experienced memory loss. Finding the right fit can make [...] [...more]

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What’s your plan for long term care?

1/29/2015

New York Life Insurance Company agent Solomon S. Moore simplifies the process for creating a plan for the long term. “If you are age 50 and above, I would wager that you have probably heard of — and have even considered — purchasing long term care insurance,” Moore said. “If you have already secured coverage, then take [...] [...more]

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No cutting corners at new bakery

1/29/2015

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Jan. 22 for the new Corner Bakery location at the Beverly Connection. The restaurant had been open at the Beverly Connection since 2009, but opened in a new location in Suite B111 on Jan. 19. Customers will find an expanded menu that includes new breakfast items such as pancakes, [...] [...more]

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Zoo hosts African-American History Month events

1/29/2015

The Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens will observe African-American History Month and the rich diversity of African-American culture with “African-American History Celebration at the Los Angeles Zoo” on Saturday, Feb. 7 and Sunday, Feb. 8, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., featuring programming co-curated by the research library at the California African American Museum (CAAM), [...] [...more]

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SAG online auction benefits children’s programs

1/29/2015

The final auction in the online series benefiting the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Foundation began Jan. 23 at 6 p.m. on sagawards.org/auction. The SAG Awards Ceremony Auction offers movie and television fans the chance to win autographed collectibles signed by many of this year’s nominated actors and casts, including an original wardrobe piece worn by [...] [...more]

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Autry celebrates 18 years with fine arts­­

1/29/2015

The Autry National Center presents the annual “Masters of the American West Fine Art Exhibition and Sale” running Saturday, Jan. 31 through March 8. The Autry is celebrating the event’s 18th anniversary with opening-day activities on Jan. 31, including a presentation by award-winning sculptor Walter T. Matia, a panel discussion with art collectors, and a [...] [...more]

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