5 days ago | History
From the pioneer plots that have long since fallen out of use to decaying graveyards full of large headstones to today's sprawling, immaculately groomed memorial parks, L.A.-area cemeteries are packed with the region's history. They tell us about ...
6 days ago | Hollywood
"There's just not a pipeline for these unique and diverse voices ... If you create a pipeline, they will come."
12 days ago | Art
Fine art photographer Ed Freeman didn't think of himself as an activist. His images, whether they're underwater nudes or of ramshackle buildings against barren landscapes, are the kind of pieces meant to be hung on walls in homes. With his latest ...
18 days ago | Los Angeles
There's the Valley that people want to exist, then there's the Valley that does exist — and people really should spend more time in the latter.
26 days ago | Culture
"We welcome everyone" reads the signs you'll find at the L.A. Public Library outposts right now. LAPL is affirming its commitment to diversity, but that has long been built into this behemoth system. There are more than 70 libraries that are part ...