Hollywood Boulevard has come a long way from its Wild West days of gang crimes and streetside drug dealing only 10 or so years ago. But, despite the nightlife-oriented gentrification, the area seems to have way more than its share of shootings, violence and crime.
Over the weekend three people were ... More >>
If the movie people, radio hosts, ex-journalists, academics and cultural gadflies who convened at the Getty Center on Saturday for "How Los Angeles Invented the World" -- a daylong symposium organized by Z├│calo Public Square for Pacific Standard Time -- are to be believed, then Los Angeles, long re ... More >>
How we dress can send messages not only about who we are and what we like but also where we're from. There is no singular "L.A. look," and Silver Lake isn't all beards and ironic T-shirts, either.
Still, there are certain aesthetics -- in the form of everything from accessorie ... More >>
The Daily MailAhmad Rahmani Naeem, Vahik Petrossian and Sengekdi Avanosian.A scary situation unfolded at Southern California's Camp Pendleton, one of the nation's largest military bases, over the weekend.
Marine Corps officials are downplaying the events, but what happened at the San Diego ... More >>
Although the massive Station fire north of Los Angeles continues to grow, the Yucaipa and Oak Glen fires are under control, which is very welcome news for residents--and for area apple lovers. Oak Glen is home to many Southern California apple farms, a constellation of U-pick farms and ranches, gift ... More >>
Until last Sunday, many if not most Los Angeles voters had probably only heard of one of the City Attorney candidates, the somewhat annoying Westside City Councilman Jack Weiss. But then the Los Angeles Times endorsed Carmen "Nuch" Trutanich and we suddenly realized a race was on. The Times assu ... More >>
Hootenanny featuring Grant Lee Phillips, Big Sandy and his Fly-Rite Boys, Royal Crown Revue, Chris Shiflett, James Intveld and Russell Scott and his Red Hots. Also Tiger Army, Mike Ness and Glen Glenn
Is there anything more quintessentially SoCal than the 50s love of the pyschobilly scene on a hot ... More >>