For nearly 40 years, LA Weekly has been decoding the intricacies of Los Angeles for our readers by infiltrating subcultures, analyzing business dynamics, digging up unreported stories and confronting the political establishment. We’ve reported on Silverlake and its environs becoming hipster central and the booming growth in Downtown LA. From Venice Beach to the Valley, nobody knows the La-La Land like we do. Affectionately known as “the Entertainment Bible of Los Angeles,” LA Weekly has won more awards from the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies than any other paper in the country, and in 2007 was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for restaurant criticism.
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