This year's People issue celebrates the 56 Angelenos we find most intriguing. But some of the people in this year's issue aren't just interesting -- they're downright inspiring!
Check out all of our 2013 People Issue profiles
From Dr. Coley King, who's working to treat Venice's homeless community, ... More >>
One of the fascinating Angelenos featured in L.A. Weekly's People 2013 issue. Check out our entire People 2013 issue here.Pablo Alvarado, 46, normally affable and soft-spoken, bristles when he's called the Cesar Chavez of day laborers. Despite his accomplishments as director of the National Day Labo ... More >>
As L.A. City Hall and the LAPD lean further and further left on immigration policy -- following in the footsteps of the DREAMy, Latino-friendly state Legislature -- the L.A. County Sheriff has yanked even harder to the right.
Compared to his liberal peers, "Teflon" Sheriff Lee Baca is turning into ... More >>
The immigrants rights crowd in Los Angeles may be about to hit a Sarah Palin-sized jackpot of possibly inane, possibly explosive correspondence between the L.A. County Sheriff's Department and immigration feds.
Sheriff Lee Baca, head of the department -- largest of its kind in the country -- initia ... More >>
FBIIf you don't feel violated yet, just wait for the FUTURE.In a terrifying new twist to the federally mandated "Secure Communities" program -- which lets Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents run an alien check on anybody who passes through any sort of jail or prison -- the FBI ap ... More >>