If you're still grieving and reeling over the tragic murder spree attributed to Christopher Dorner -- and there's no reason why you shouldn't be -- it might be a good idea to move on to a different story.
Because this is about a shockingly insensitive video game attributed to an online community no ... More >>
One of the fascinating Angelenos featured in L.A. Weekly's People 2012 issue. Check out our entire People 2012 issue here.
"I've always looked at my work feeling like I was trying to make stuff for girls," says animator Lauren Faust, "and then accidentally getting guys interested as well."
Faust, ... More >>
It's on.Surely, by now, you've heard of the "college meme" trend that has America's university kids trying their hand at campus-specific Internet humor -- and OG 4chan nerds crying a "forever alone" river about how everyone is butchering their meme babies. (Even more annoying than the former. ... More >>
Some Homer Simpson of the Matrix has decided to break down the particulars of various major social media outlets using the round, yellow cartoon patriarch's favorite food: donuts. For those who Facebook with trepidation, tweet (we prefer saying "twit") irregularly, and generally lose their minds wh ... More >>
Even Hitler loves to hate L.A. traffic.And the countdown to Carmageddon begins!
There are many important repercussions of the 53-hour, 10-mile closure of the 405 we should discuss -- like how incredibly much it's going to suck, and how it's all a big waste anyway because carpool lanes don't ... More >>
This face launched a thousand trolls.Like many memes, Trollface was conceived in the online bowels of 4chan and after-birthed all over the Internet. The squiggly, smiling face is the perfect mascot for /b/, the dank basement of 4chan notorious for racist drawings, homophobic slurs, juvenile p ... More >>
Internet meme for a causeUpdated after the jump with PHOTO EVIDENCE of Wallace herself modeling the "ching chong" shirt for Red Cross! (Sort of.)
When UCLA student Alexandra Wallace uploaded her "Asians in the Library" rant to YouTube that fateful Sunday afternoon -- blissfully unaware she ... More >>
At close to midnight, there were twenty or thirty people inside the living room of HM157, the large, Victorian house that has become a center for the art community in Lincoln Heights and hosted Wednesday night's Church of Fashion party. Roughly half of that crowd was cram ... More >>