2 hours ago | Media
One of the 54 fascinating Angelenos featured in L.A. Weekly's People Issue 2015. Sophia Rossi does not do small talk. "I can only connect," she says. "I have no idea what to do unless you tell me what's upsetting you." Rossi has many friends, many...
2 hours ago | LGBT
One of the fascinating Angelenos featured in L.A. Weekly's People Issue 2015. Check out our entire People Issue online. The day in February that the ports were reopened, dozens of ships still sat idle in Long Beach harbor, waiting to offload their...
24 hours ago | Culture Wars
Over the weekend, The New York Times style section appeared to achieve peak New York Times style when it published an article about how New York hipsters are moving to Los Angeles. The piece was, at once, weird, patronizing, embarrassing...
5 days ago | Education
It was a busy week in Sacramento, city of trees, where state legislators were frantically jamming their bills through committees to make a May 1 deadline by which all proposed laws must sent to various fiscal committees to live another day. Lost i...
6 days ago | Justice
They became, in the eyes of 68-year-old Venera Mendoza-Baez, the housemates from hell. After retiring as a preschool teacher, she decided two years ago to rent out one of the five bedrooms in her Van Nuys home to help pay the $2,000 rent. An Armen...
26 days ago | Architecture & Design
No one loves Pershing Square. After all, who builds a park entirely out of concrete? Who puts a massive parking garage underneath, with freeway-sized entrance and exit ramps blocking pedestrian access. Los Angelels Times critic Christo...