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Bruce Feirstein is a contributing editor at Vanity Fair and has written three James Bond movies. His work has appeared in New York Magazine, the New Yorker, Spy, The Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times and the New York Times, where he wrote for the editorial page. Before publishing his first book, "Real Men Don't Eat Quiche," he worked in advertising, writing corporate and political campaigns. He lives in Hancock Park. Email
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I was one of the people Kurt Andersen spoke to for his column about the L.A. Times' misguided attempt to be a national newspaper when it barely covers Los Angeles. He was right, in so many ways.
Two years ago, I spent several days in China with Sumner Redstone, when we were both speaking at something called...
I'm a little late to the party here (a nod to my fellow contributors - great stuff - and thanks...
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Gary Leonard | Take My Picture Gary Leonard runs weekly at LA Observed.
Judy Graeme | Eagan and Frances McDormand decided Olive would only wear skirts, because maybe that's what her mother did.
Nancy Boyarsky | 

I never did figure out why the woman chose to leave the package in the middle of our courtyard without calling first.
Donna Perlmutter | Watching Mirga, Yuja, and other young symphonic star-gazers.
Ellen Alperstein | We had the whole golf course to ourselves. You can too, if it's August in Indio.
Bill Boyarsky
The excellent new documentary, “Bridging the Divide: Tom Bradley and the Politics of Race,” tells the terrible story of race relations in Los Angeles.
Jenny Burman
Before I lived in Echo Park, there was a tiny 1920s bungalow-cottage-standalone house on N. Occidental in Silver Lake. I...
Here in Malibu
It's fleet, the time from that first brush of summer to this angled light of not-quite fall. We could philosophize,...