Jessica P. Ogilvie
25 days ago | Coffee
David Asprey was nearing the top of Mt. Kailash in Tibet when he started to slow down. At 16,000 feet and minus 10 degrees, the technology entrepreneur wasn't sure he would finish the climb. But just then, a woman emerged from a guest house on the...
Topanga Canyon Holds L.A.'s Most Incredible Art Walk — Even Though It's In Ravines and You Need a Car (VIDEO)1 month ago | Art
Tour bucolic Topanga Canyon this weekend, and visit the countrified, even treehouse-like studios of more than 20 artists living in one of America's thriving artists' colonies whose roots date to well before the 1960s. This is a self-guided c...
Esquire Senior Editor Says Occidental Sex Case Hinges on Whether Very Drunk Woman Consented to Very Drunk Man1 month ago | Los Angeles
In June of 2013, L.A. Weekly published "Rape at Occidental College: Official Hush-Up Shatters Trust," an investigation of allegations that Occidental College in Eagle Rock was underreporting the number of rapes on its campus, and encouraging ...
2 months ago | Tattoos
One of the 54 fascinating Angelenos featured in L.A. Weekly's People Issue 2015. Los Angeles' most sought-after tattoo artist is reading Dr. Seuss at Silver Lake's Casbah Café. His 4-year-old son has wedged himself between his father's knees and i...
2 months ago | Hollywood
In 2005, Diana Ossana was in the green room at the Venice Film Festival, elated. Brokeback Mountain, the film she'd shepherded into being after reading Annie Proulx's short story in The New Yorker eight years earlier, had just won the Golden Lion,...
4 months ago | Los Angeles
Martin Lopez Vasquez holds up his right hand to eye level. His ring finger crooks forward, and just above the bottom knuckle are two black, jagged circles, where he was bitten by a rattlesnake years ago. The 61-year-old is unemployed now, but at t...