When I moved to Los
Angeles a year ago, I swore that I would never be caught dead on a
celebrity-homes tour. I couldn't care less whether the Kardashians lived
in a mansion with an infinity pool or a gingerbread house constructed
by sugarplum fairies. The buses cruising the streets reminded me o ... More >>
Good Jobs LAConspiracies!
On this suspiciously nice-weathered morning in Los Angeles, a freak accident between a Fed-Ex truck and a Metro bus has blocked Van Nuys Boulevard in Panorama City.
The crash occurred mere hours before a big union- and Occupy L.A.-vetted protest of Fed-Ex (and othe ... More >>
*What The Hell Is Backstreet Boys' "I Want It That Way" About? UPDATE: Mind-blowing Shit Has Come To Light
*Color Me Badd Lyrical Dissection: What Does "We Can Do It 'til We Both Wake Up" Mean?
It's truly impossible to tally the changes the record industry has undergone in the past decade ... More >>
Jake OgleThe Classic American Pale Ale
American Pale Ales, arguably the most popular beer style for craft brewers, tend to range between 5-6 % alcohol by volume (abv). That makes them what some beer geeks call "sessionable," meaning you can enjoy quite a few of them in a single sitting witho ... More >>
The problem with being a Conservative, besides the fact that you spend all your time trying to ruin things for everyone else, is that, let's face it, you're really square. You probably have a million sexual hang-ups, you're always 50 years too late to claim credit for any social movements tha ... More >>
Award-winning writer, native Angeleno and USC creative writing teacher Aimee Bender's second novel, The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake, opens with 9-year-old central protagonist, Rose Edelstein, taking a bite of birthday cake that her mother has made from scratch and tasting... bottomless ... More >>
We received many responses to our many best DJs lists. So many, in fact, that we haven't been able to get a good night's sleep ever since, what with all the awesome DJs that we weren't able to properly honor and call attention to. So we decided to fix it with giving you a DJ of the week eve ... More >>
Richard "Scar" Lopez, founding member of pioneering East LA Chicano rock group Cannibal and the Headhunters died last July 30 of lung cancer, the LA Times reports.
Most obituaries about Lopez's life and career (and the band's monster hit "Land of 1,000 Dances") are drawing from a great 2005 artic ... More >>
The guardian of a 13-year-old middle school student who lost two fingers in shop class in 2008 is suing the Los Angeles Unified School District for negligence after a the plaintiff rejected a settlement offer, according to his attorneys.
The incident at Paul Revere Middle School in Brentwood ... More >>