7 days ago | Environment
Mother Nature had a hissy fit yesterday and today, buckling Vasquez Canyon Road east of Bouquet Canyon in the countrified Los Angeles suburbs, pushing up and rumpling a 150-foot stretch of roadway, in some places 20 feet into the air, and dragging...
10 days ago | Celebrities
Women everywhere should be rejoicing now that L.A.'s douchiest resident, Charles “Gary Jones” Evens, the revenge porn nightcrawler who hacked into 300 email accounts to steal and post the private nude photos of utter strangers, is heading to priso...
17 days ago | Crime
An evil international criminal based in the quiet San Fernando Valley neighborhood of West Hills sent Interpol and U.S. federal agents tracking him around the globe, mockingly hid out in Mexico for years, finally got nabbed by "special agents" for...
25 days ago | DWP
They're calling it a community meeting, and it's the public's chance to meet a key DWP leader and give the agency a piece of your mind about how L.A.'s least-popular department can go green, perhaps without ripping off residents on electricity and...
28 days ago | Death
The Mexican spiritual holiday Día de Muertos is nothing like the hard-partying, skull-faced hoopla celebrated by L.A.'s own indigenous peoples, the hipsters. On the first day of the two-day observation in Mexico, children craft a ch...
1 month ago | Culture
DED! is kind of like a silent movie, it’s kind of a love story, it’s kind of an examination of mortality, it’s kind of a musical, it’s kind of a film, it’s kind of a meta-theatrical play. It’s all and none of those things at once. The story, ...