3 months ago | Hollywood
The ACLU today demanded that state and federal agencies investigate the secrecy-shrouded hiring practices of the top Hollywood studios, talent agencies and networks, with an eye to bringing gender discrimination charges against them for their pers...
1 year ago | People 2014
One of the fascinating Angelenos featured in L.A. Weekly's People 2014 issue. Check out our entire People 2014 issue. Leaning back in a brown leather booth in a kitschy roadside diner on Ventura Boulevard, James Deen is pushing a pile of baco...
1 year ago | Crime
When Los Angeles Times reporter Jason Felch was fired on March 14, he was working on two potentially explosive stories about Occidental College. Since that time, more details have emerged about one of the stories, regarding allegations t...
1 year ago
On March 14, 2014, the Los Angeles Times made a virtually unprecedented retraction. The retraction, first published online and later teased on A-1 of the paper's March 15 edition, concerned a three-month-old front-page story by Times investigative...
1 year ago | Culture Wars
Eddie Cota and Carlos Rodriguez had been working for Levitt Pavilions for several years when they began to sense change in the air. A nonprofit organization aimed at building community and supporting diversity, Levitt Pavilions was established in ...
2 years ago
Charles Samuel Couch, who grew up in Hawthorne, is attending Temple University on the East Coast this year, but the 22-year-old's dream had been to stay on the West Coast and attend perhaps Stanford or the University of Washington. But an unsettli...