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Tuesday, 21 August 2012

Tuesday, August 21, 2012
We love many things about Los Angeles Magazine, but one of the things they do best is, well, their Best Of lists. They cover everything delicious from best new restaurants to best new bars. And now, they charm us with a new category: their first-ever Chefs of The Year issue, on newsstands this week.

Luckily, HuffPost LA got a sneak peak at the 20-chef list and we just couldn't keep it all to ourselves.
PHOTOS: Incredible Humpback Whales Spotted At California Coast
Local Pot Shops Hit AGAIN In Federal Crackdown
Better Than Blue Meth: 'Breaking Bad' Gets Artsy!
REVEALED: Hipsters' Awkward Dating Practices
Severing Ties With Slaughterhouse
Anna Cuevas: California Cities Rank Highest in Foreclosures
July foreclosure data reveals that California ranks highest in foreclosure in the nation. Government officials are currently proposing legislation offer alternatives to avoid foreclosure, like loan modifications and principal reductions, to homeowners.
Ama Nyamekye: Assembly Bill 5: A Giant Step Back for Teacher Evaluation in Los Angeles
The lightning speed at which our infamously slow state legislature is trying to pass a statewide teacher evaluation framework can only mean one thing -- lawmakers don't want anyone to understand what's really in there.
Gabrielle Union: Breast Cancer Awareness and Screening Saves Lives -- at All Ages
"Fear can literally kill you. It killed me." These were the words my close friend Kristen Martinez said to me two years ago, just days before she died of cancer.
Suzanne Ely: Will the Real Jennifer Aniston Please Stand Up?
Who is Jennifer Aniston? She's is the actress hired to play you.
Kim Carter: Fickle Promises
If you haven't heard the news yet, my home town of San Bernardino became the third city in California in the past two months to go bankrupt. Times are tense, and the community is restless for answers.

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