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Edenspiekermann | Jun 1, 2023
How To Design In-Car UX That Doesn't Suck
As the automotive industry races towards a fusion of vehicles and tech, the race is on to design in-car UX that users love as much as their phones.
Fodor's | Dec 27, 2022
Fodor's Essential Egypt
Whether you want to cruise the Nile, explore the Valley of the Kings in Luxor, or see the Pyramids of Giza, the local Fodor’s travel experts in Egypt are here to help!
The Culture Trip | May 15, 2020
Where To Eat Insects In LA, And Why You Should
For many culinary pioneers, insects are the superfood we’ve all been waiting for. There’s only one hurdle left to overcome – our sheer anxiety.
LA Weekly | Feb 1, 2017
88-year-old Sexpert Dr. Ruth Reveals The Sex Myth She Wants To Bust Once And For All
Adorable jokes pepper her advice, a method derived from Jewish tradition. “A lesson learned with humor is a lesson retained.”
LA Weekly | Dec 5, 2016
How A Koreatown Street-corner Pupper Show Became A Religious Experience
Returning patrons are quick to explain that “puppet show” is shorthand for something the initiated invariably describe as a religious service.
LA Weekly | Jul 5, 2016
The Ovarian Psycos Are Taking Back Boyle Heights One Ride at a Time
The all-women-of-color collective is proudly composed of “the sisters … the knuckleheads” and “the runaways, the throwaways."
The Culture Trip | Mar 9, 2016
An Exhibition Of Ocean Plastic Trashes LA
The USC Fisher Museum is full of garbage. Twenty-five activist artists have created an exhibition from plastic pollution, a unique reckoning with our impact on the planet.
LA Weekly | Sep 25, 2015
An Interview With Angelyne, The Mysterious Diva: "I'm Inspired By My Beauty"
Angelenos have been on a first-name basis with Angelyne since she debuted as the 50-foot woman billboards above Sunset Boulevard.