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A while ago, a small group of friends started a "live magazine." Writers, radio producers, photographers, filmmakers, and illustrators would all engage in performing new stories in various forms with a diverse range of stories about business, markets, markets, art, crime, research, technology, foods, politics, pop culture, and much more. As the night unfolds, it is similar to a classic general-interest magazine, and ends at a lobby bar, where the cast and audience mingle.

California is the birthplace of Pop-Up Magazine. This place was continually fascinating and inspiring to the editors, as was the view of the country and the world from here. This led to the launch of The California Sunday Magazine in late 2014. For a national audience, the magazine presents ambitious feature articles and cinematic photography from across California, the West, Asia, and Latin America. There is also a beautifully designed print edition, which is distributed with the Los Angeles Times and the San Francisco Chronicle on Sundays and is mailed to subscribers.

California Sunday won a Pulitzer Prize for feature writing in 2021. It was named a finalist for seventeen National Magazine Awards, including for Feature Writing, Reporting, Photography, Design, General Excellence, and Magazine of the Year, and won three. California Sunday was the first title in 25 years to win the National Magazine Award for Photography in consecutive years. In 2018 and 2019, the Society of Publication Designers named California Sunday the Magazine of the Year. And a number of California Sunday stories have been optioned for television or film. California Sunday suspended publication in late 2020.

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