2 months ago | Fashion
Victoria Tik looks more like she should be modeling the sleek, sustainable dresses of FROCK Los Angeles instead of designing them. But Tik has far bigger plans, as founder and designer of a line of eco-friendly, women's ready-to-wear designed to b...
3 months ago | City News
There is only one type of Los Angeles City worker who can inspire rage, obscenities and complete exhaustion in residents. People despise them more than the cops and avoid them like the intersection of Hollywood and Highland on a Friday night. They...
4 months ago | Above the Law
Vladimir Nesterenko left the Ukraine 28 years ago following the Chernobyl disaster, one of the worst nuclear power plant failures in history. The 1986 explosion and fire flung radioactive particles into the sky and across the western USSR and Euro...
8 months ago | Longform
The whole thing started with a scene straight out of a mobster movie. It was around 6 p.m. when more than a dozen men from two organized crime groups opened fire on each other in a North Hollywood parking lot. Witnesses say nearly everyone was arm...
10 months ago | Downtown
One of the fascinating Angelenos featured in L.A. Weekly's People 2014 issue. Check out our entire People 2014 issue. Wendell Blassingame is a very popular man. He sits at a rugged old folding table in Skid Row's San Julian Park, acting as a one-m...
12 months ago
Downtown L.A. is going through a growth spurt: New bars and restaurants open almost every week, lofts are filling with tenants and even young families heeded the DTLA call and have begun to set roots in the area. But there is one population that h...