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.
9 days ago | Marijuana
California is poised to roll out some of the strictest pesticide regulations of any state to legalize cannabis. In some instances, our weed will be held to higher standards than our organic produce. While this may be good for smokers, some say str...
9 days ago | DIY
South L.A. has a long-standing reputation as a food desert (a term that many in the community reject). After years of disappointment and false starts in attracting grocery stores to the area, the community has taken it upon itself to provide the f...
13 days ago | Alcohol & Spirits
As the craft beer war wages on, L.A. has quietly been overtaken by another battle of the booze. This time, it's mezcal; the smoky sister to tequila that's best consumed in small sips. Many of these brands are rooted in generations of Oaxacan mezca...
22 days ago | L.A. Restaurants
Kitchen grunts get a chance to shine for a live audience of diners at this L.A. cooking competition.
1 month ago | Crime
“You’re preserving life,” says 28-year-old inmate Melissa Logan. “You’re preserving people’s homes and what they worked for.”
1 month ago | DIY
"The easiest way to kill some people without being implicated for murder is through food."