One of the fascinating Angelenos featured in L.A. Weekly's People 2013 issue. Check out our entire People 2013 issue here.
For lunch today in Culver City, Justin Smith has ridden his motorcycle up the 405 from Cal State Long Beach, where he teaches U.S. history classes as an adjunct professor. That ... More >>
Guzzle & NoshA pile of sausages at the 2009 LA BBQ Festival.3rd Annual LA BBQ Festival
Admission covers all you can eat from nine of the nation's top pitmasters including LC's (Kansas City), Bourbon Q (Kentucky), Hitching Post (Santa Maria) and Memphis Championship Barbecue (Las Vegas). 24 be ... More >>
COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGS (after the jump)
NEW THEATER REVIEWSStage FEATURE on Merry Wives of Windsor in Topanga Canyon and Griffith ParkBrian HelmOthelloâ€‹On a care-free, car-free Carmageddon weekend, all of our critics got to their shows. Among the favorites, Lovell Estell III's warm apprai ... More >>
The number of women who have died from complications related to their pregnancies has tripled from 1996 to 2006, California Watch is reporting. Two possible reasons: An increase in cesarean sections and a growing number of overweight moms-to-be.
Just as intriguing: The state Department of He ... More >>
The announcement of a huge prehistoric ossuary discovered near La Brea Tar Pits is one of those stories that delights through a balance of incongruous details. The fact that the bones were located under the old May Co. parking lot lent a vague irony to the announcement -- who knew that beneath the l ... More >>