Mouth-watering mash-ups are possible when 2 become 1 amongst Grand Central Market's various vendors.
It's time to re-examine, re-imagine, and re-determine the L.A. freeway, Christopher Hawthorne thankfully writes.
A portrait slideshow of 21 artists whose works you'll find at The Broad, alongside some backstory on Eli Broad and his museum vision by WSJ.
A Newsweek writer gives up being a vegetarian and explores Los Angeles in review of To Live and Dine in L.A., a book / menu-based history exhibit at LA Public Library / live show. (Read it here if it says you've maxed out on free Newsweek)
With Salman Rushdie, Sandra Cisneros, Ta-Nehisi Coates, and more, LA Public Library's free ALOUD series is on fire (in a good way, not a 1986 way) for Fall 2015.
BONUS: Hoax of the Week awarded to this fake website for Olive Garden DTLA opening in the Arts District. Watch out, Bestia!
Yo, Broad. Can't wait to have an inside GIF of you.