Hayley Fox is freelance reporter covering news (and the occasional adorable animal story) in Los Angeles. Fox has written about crime, community, development, arts and culture for the L.A. Weekly, VICE, Los Angeles Magazine and the Jewish Journal. The L.A. native and longtime Dodgers fan previously worked as a reporter at KPCC 89.3.
6 days ago | Marijuana
The legalization of cannabis has jumpstarted an exploding industry of weed-fueled activities, from yoga to painting, hiking and dance. The Ganja Goddess Getaway aims to further tap into this niche by catering to women in search of connection and c...
17 days ago | Food Politics
What's it like in a kitchen tasked with feeding 3,400 people a day — for about a dollar per meal?
23 days ago | Marijuana
Since this legal future is hazy at best, we’ve included a refresher on your fundamental rights against unreasonable search and seizure.
1 month ago | Marijuana
Steering away from the typical weed coverage of dispensaries and grow operations, CEO Jason Santos wants Burn TV to appeal to a diverse demographic, one that's interested not only in cannabis, but music, cooking, comedy and sports.
2 months ago | Marijuana
Following an 11-year creative career with the Ace Hotel, Ariel Stark-Benz launched cannabis lifestyle brand Mister Green and just opened his first store in East Hollywood. The bright, airy and wood-laden store looks like an upscale arts boutique, ...
2 months ago | People 2017
"Being on a bike gave [me] a really strong visceral connection to places," he says. "You really get to know a neighborhood from the bike."