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My L.A. to Z: Matt Greene

10/02/2012

Los Angeles Magazine

Interviewed by Taylor Norman

Although Los Angeles Kings defenseman Matt Greene says he doesn’t have much time for fun, he has managed to discover a handful of bars from downtown to Hermosa Beach. The 28-year-old also lets us in on his favorite meal and show in L.A.

My L.A. to Z: Stephen Moyer

10/01/2012

Los Angeles Magazine

Interviewed by Julia St. Pierre

The British actor who plays southern vampire Bill Compton on HBO’s True Blood admits his L.A. loves are mostly food-based or down on the coast. Catch him on the big screen in The Double.

My LA to Z: Tom Arnold

10/01/2012

Los Angeles Magazine

The actor-comedian tells us where he goes for loose meat sandwiches and names the 100-year-old hot spot where he feels like a star.

My L.A. to Z: Alison Sweeney

10/01/2012

Los Angeles Magazine

Interviewed by Fatima Rizwan

When Alison Sweeney isn’t hosting The Biggest Loser, starring in Days of Our Lives, or spending time with her children, she’s getting a “badass” workout. The spokesperson for Yoplait Light lists her favorite places to do all of the above.

My L.A. to Z: Curtis Stone

10/01/2012

Los Angeles Magazine

By Marielle Wakim

The hot tamale host of Bravo's "Top Chef Masters" dishes on where he gets artisan cheeses, great antiques, and a trim for those Aussie locks.

My L.A. to Z: Thomas Jane

10/01/2012

Los Angeles Magazine

The actor, who nabbed a Golden Globe nom for his turn as school teacher-turned male prostitute Ray Drecker on Hung, tells us where he goes on a date, shops for brain food, and where to find the best ceviche in town.

My L.A. to Z: Melanie Lynskey

10/01/2012

Los Angeles Magazine

Interviewed by Samantha Katzman

The New-Zealand born actress, known for her work in Two and a Half Men and Up In the Air and the star of Hello I Must Be Going, tells us where to get a good workout, a great bottle of Pinot, and maybe even a new couch.

My L.A. to Z: Meat Loaf

10/01/2012

Los Angeles Magazine

Born Marvin Lee Aday, the Malibu-based singer has been rocking for 46 years and isn’t slowing down. When he isn’t on the road, you can catch Meat Loaf eating chicken picatta, shopping at Whole Foods, or enjoying a walk with his wife and dogs.

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