10 hours ago | Theater
What would happen if the California drought caused such degradation that everyone was forced to abandon the West and migrate east? That’s the premise of Oakland-based theater troupe Agile Rascal Traveling Bicycle Theatre's inaugural play, Sunlight...
14 days ago | Biketown
This week, Los Angeles City Councilman Mitch O’Farrell unveiled plans for a new bicycle-pedestrian span connecting Atwater Village to a popular public path along the opposite bank of Los Angeles River, just south of historic Glendale-Hyperion Brid...
22 days ago | Community
One of the 54 fascinating Angelenos featured in L.A. Weekly's People Issue 2015. Until her senior year of college, Carla Fernandez could talk to her friends about anything — jobs, dating, trips they hoped to take. Then something happened that chan...
1 month ago | Art
For the past five years, Tabitha Soren has been asking people to give her their bone spurs — calcium deposits that grow along joints or bones — ever since a baseball pitcher gave her one he had surgically removed after from a repetitive stress inj...
2 months ago | Tech
It was Friday the thirteenth, the day before Valentines Day, and DaVette See approached the Red Lion Tavern in Silver Lake with a tingle of nerves running through her body. Her friends couldn’t believe she was doing this. Her husband was worried. ...
2 months ago | Beauty
On the cusp of the 21st century, Jodie Evans was at a refugee camp in Guinea, the West African country where hundreds of thousands of people from Sierra Leone had fled as civil war raged on. A longtime political activist, Evans was thinking of mak...