If you're an Angels fan looking for more ways to prove your diehard loyalty, there's a book out there that might hold a helpful suggestion or two. Baseball writer Joe Haakenson recently released 100 Things Angels Fans Should Know and Do before They Die and we took some excerpts from the book to guid ... More >>
From the national battle for marriage equality to the ever-increasing pool of public figures blasting down their closet doors, it's a good time to be LGBT. Check out all of our People 2013 profiles This year's People issue celebrates the 56 Angelenos we find most intriguing, including some LGBT i ... More >>
Hollywood and Tri-Hipster Area Produces Power Players
Alarcon, circling the drain over corruption charges? Or yes-man Bocanegra?
Angelenos cough up their most embarrassing sexual moments, and a whole lot of blood, puke and piss
Mopes and mayhem in the Valley
Can a scrappy L.A. reformist beat a big union to become Supe of California's schools?
Cutting and sewing from vintage clothes
Photographer Shannon Cottrell and I started off 2009 with Anime L.A. and then proceeded to hit up every convention and non-con fandom event we could attend. Needless to say, it's been a whirlwind year of panels, cosplay, ball-jointed dolls and "Hare Hare Yukai" dance-offs. We decided to end the year ... More >>
The son of Fabian Nunez, and his friends, face the music in Lu Santos killing
AT YOUR FINGERTIPS: THE WEEKEND'S NEW THEATER REVIEWS EMBEDDED WITHIN THIS COMING WEEK'S COMPREHENSIVE THEATER LISTINGSand this week's THEATER FEATURE: an Off-Broadway roundupReviewed this week: the world premiere of Richard Greenberg's Our Mother's Brief Affair at South Coast Rep; the west coast ... More >>
Also, Joan Osborne, Earl Zero, Petra Haden and more
Bitter homes & gardens?
The admiral's sinking ship
Tyson Cornell and Erin Levy, Book Soup
The death and life of the beloved Laserium
The L.A. Times’ Latino problem
Can the convicted killer’s inspirational books persuade the governor to spare him?
Richard Alarcón tries to jolt the mayor with a campaign about saving the middle class, Latinos and the Valley
Ed Reyes is angry. He wants the "zombies" in L.A.’s Planning Department out. He wants affordable-housing supporters in. And he wants his more polite colleagues on the City Council to help him pull it off.
The Coalition for Educational Justice is fighting generations of neglect with a secret weapon — students
The bands that are saving L.A.s music scene
Sweating out Sundays with the Gold Sheet Guys
Reeling in Michael Eisner
The people, forces and money behind the latest plan to cut up L.A.
How one of L.A.’s leading lefties joined forces with David Horowitz and Southern California’s conservative elite
The persistence of Murray Mednick
James Dickey’s literature of deceit
A non-definitive tribute to the bands we adore
Twenty-five years of Latin soul