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The free Downtown L.A. museum does have some new works in store, though.
The beloved local duo are teaming up with L.A.’s new NFL stadium.
The Michelin-starred Maude and Gwen chef will move into the Spring Street’s Trust Building.
Freeform’s new ‘Cruel Summer’ series is bringing a mid-’90s–soundtracked rink to Century City.
The company had yet to reopen any of its L.A. locations.
Here’s the latest from the county’s vaccination plans.
The LA Phil, Thundercat, Flying Lotus and La Santa Cecilia top the initial announcements.
The new California Adventure area just got its opening date.
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What to expect as L.A.’s restrictions shift
We cut right to it and let you know what’s open in L.A.
We plainly sort out what you can (and can’t) do outside.
Including bowling alleys and outdoor bars.
In many cases, Angelenos never got a chance to enjoy a last meal or drink at these favorites.
Getting back to L.A.’s best
L.A. is still home to one of the most exciting restaurant scenes in the country.
Some of our favorites are back, but others are still weeks away from reopening.
While some major chains are open, we’re still waiting for many single-screen gems.
And what you need to know about securing tickets for each.
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