The downtown NFL arena deal allows a sea of billboards, congestion and millions in public costs
A ruined working-class neighborhood in Mid-City demands answers
Is City Hall corrupt, or just inept?
L.A. Dance Invitational
José and Herb can’t be bothered by the public on their inaugural day
Serving on two powerful air-quality boards., L.A. Marathon founder William Burke sets a fast pace. But it just might be when he crosses the finish line, the public — and clean air — are the big losers.
One of L.A.’s truly diverse districts may be on the verge of big — and unwelcome — change
And assorted other City Council maneuvers
A new council, rich lobbyists and a sheriff who doesn’t want to leave
the Ambassador Hotel could be saved as a school
Ludlow’s victory revives dreams of L.A. movement
The high-stakes game of no-flush vs. flush
Deron vs. Martin: Who’s the darling of the black establishment now?
Tuesday’s election gives the African-American community the chance to reclaim its roots
What Williams said and didn’t say about his troubled youth
Our recommendations in the March 4 Los Angeles municipal election
Excerpts from the L.A. Weekly’s interview with Martin Ludlow, candidate for the 10th Los Angeles City Council District
You want football in L.A.? Turn on the TV
. . . and to spend more time with their families . . .
The 32nd District’s crowded track
Our recommendations in the April 10 Los Angeles city election
Holiday showtime hits City Hall
The City Council figures out its new role
What the City Council does instead of governing
Uh-oh! L.A.’s grand plan for creating classrooms won’t work
Maybe it makes sense to expand L.A.’s Board of Supervisors
Since when do ethics commissioners grovel before those whom they police?
For the Weekly's handy one-page tear-out Voter Guide, see the inside back cover of next week's issue.
Shockley takes the pledge
Nate Holden vs. the Future
Builder sniffs out city aid for private club
Mired on Wilshire, tycoon scrambles to dodge school deal