LA Weekly Newspaper

LA Weekly Newspaper

I started it, then sold it, and whatever its deficiencies and vicissitudes lo these years later, it is still better than most media out there.

  • OK, I have my doubts about the quality of this wine but come on, it's Hello Kitty. Apparently there are four types of wine: Hello Kitty Sparkling Brut Rosé, Hello Kitty Sparkling "Sweet Pink" (Half Size), 2008 Hello Kitty Angel Wh... OK, I have my doubts about the quality of this wine but come on, it's Hello Kitty. Apparently there are four types of wine: Hello Kitty Sparkling Brut Rosé, Hello Kitty Sparkling "Sweet Pink" (Half Size), 2008 Hello Kitty Angel White, 2006 Hello Kitty Devil Red.

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  • This handy app of LA's alternative weekly gives you easy access to tips, restaurant reviews, event listings and nightlife coverage.

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  • I SO want this for Christmas. It's the world's strongest beer as verified by the Guinness Book of World Records. But it doesn't taste like any beer. Rather you sip it like a fine cognac and it tastes like port. So delicious. Only ... I SO want this for Christmas. It's the world's strongest beer as verified by the Guinness Book of World Records. But it doesn't taste like any beer. Rather you sip it like a fine cognac and it tastes like port. So delicious. Only thing is that it goes for a pretty penny, starting at $150 and going as high as $300.

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  • The LA Weekly is generally free throughout Los Angeles, so don't forget to pick it up and read about this incredible film director. Love the article, you'll double enjoy it Chad!

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  • Universal Pictures has acquired the recent L.A. Weekly cover story “How to Get Divorced by 30″ and will use the article by Sascha Rothchild as the basis for a romantic comedy. Marc Platt will produce the picture with Dana Fox, wri... Universal Pictures has acquired the recent L.A. Weekly cover story “How to Get Divorced by 30″ and will use the article by Sascha Rothchild as the basis for a romantic comedy. Marc Platt will produce the picture with Dana Fox, writer of Fox’s upcoming Ashton Kutcher-Cameron Diaz starrer “What Happens in Vegas …” and 2005’s “The Wedding Date.” The author, using the disintegration of her first marriage along with those of five other friends, posits it’s best to begin with a “starter marriage” before finding your ultimate mate. She lays out 15 steps to guide readers to ending the first marriage. The U comedy will focus on a heroine who road-tests the “starter marriage” premise and then finds her perceptions redrawn by reality and relationships.