4 months ago | Justice
One of the 54 fascinating Angelenos featured in L.A. Weekly's People Issue 2015. Saving Innocence founder Kim Biddle describes her realization that child sex trafficking was "shockingly common" in L.A. as her Matrix moment — as if she had taken th...
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. Angeles Echols Brown refers to the kids of Educating Young Minds as her "babies." And when her digital platform Access/No Excuse ...
1 year ago | Film and TV
"We debated as to whether or not we should show you the REAL finale" to Lost, Damon Lindelof teased the nearly full Dolby Theatre Sunday night. To the hoots, applause and groans, Carlton Cuse said, "Too soon?!" The Lost co-creators joined some of ...
2 years ago | People 2013
One of the fascinating Angelenos featured in L.A. Weekly's People 2013 issue. Check out our entire People 2013 issue here.Simon R. Lewis would like to expand your consciousness, which might seem odd coming from the man who co-produced the silly bu...
2 years ago | Comedy
Mel Brooks doesn't think he's an American master. That's someone like Mark Twain or Ernest Hemingway, says the creator of the funniest farting scene in the history of film. But Susan Lacy, executive producer of PBS' American Masters series, though...
2 years ago | Best L.A. Novel Ever: The Tournament
L.A. Weekly is determining the best L.A. novel ever by holding a tournament featuring 32 of our favorites in head-to-head matchups, until there's only one novel standing. For further reading: *Best L.A. Novel Ever: The Tournament Brackets *Best L....