LA Weekly's 'Best Of LA 2010' Is One Big-Ass Issue
Are you tired of print journalists cryin' all the time about the sad state of their industry? Us too. And so we bring them hope: LA Weekly's annual Best of LA (2010) issue hits newsstands Thursday. And its big.
To be more precise, the chubby book has 276, 32 pages more than last year -- a 13 percent increase. Let's forget about the "Great Recession" and take a minute to celebrate a great city.
The issue looks back at L.A. through the ages while continuing to give you contemporary standouts in service and retail. There are ...
" ... scores and scores of places rich with history dating to the 19th Century. So go have a Mary Pickford at the Tam O'Shanter and relive the Roaring Twenties ... Or make your own history at today's hottest clubs and hippest shops," reads the staff introduction.
The issue is your guide to L.A.'s best "food & drink," "places," "shopping & services," "music & nightlife," "mind & body," and more. Each section has a decade theme, starting with the 1920s.
Grab a copy at your favorite newsstand, convenience store, or restaurant, or check it out online.