This year's People issue celebrates the 56 Angelenos we find most intriguing. Among those 56 are fashionistas, musicians and novelists --Â and, of course, the movers-and-shakers in Hollywood. Check out all of our People 2013 profiles Their influence can be felt on both the screen and behind the ... More >>
One of the fascinating Angelenos featured in L.A. Weekly's People 2013 issue. Check out our entire People 2013 issue here. When Tim Heidecker says his wife is in school studying "criminalistics" to be a "private investigator, in law enforcement," it's hard to know whether to believe him. After all, ... More >>
Why do so many rich men want to buy it? And how did it get to this point anyway?
A website's declaration that UCLA is the most crime-prone campus in the nation last week had many of us in the L.A. news media shaking our heads with doubt. WTF? It's a question LA Weekly posed to the publication in question, Business Insider. It responded with crickets. Until last night. A publici ... More >>
Monday, November 5 Leonard Cohen NOKIA THEATRE Well-dressed man Leonard Cohen is often referred to as a ladykiller; no doubt, the gifted songwriter, musician and poet is effortlessly suave, with a quiet charisma that surely aids in conveying the pointedly poignant words and hues of his music and po ... More >>
Dozens of teenage Explorers have been sexually abused by cops. Should Scouts share the blame?
"Here are the keys to good comedy: catchy song, ridiculous idea done in a unique style," said Eric Wareheim, one half of the comedy duo Tim and Eric. He said this in reference to "Petite Feet," a particularly popular bit from the series Awesome Show, Great Job! where the duo, wearing cowboy hats and ... More >>
Brothers and Quinceañera directing duos meet face to face
Samuel R. Delany
Will L.A. County’s top public doctor be remembered as the man who resuscitated health care for the poor or left it gasping for air on the operating table?
Ursula Rucker, unblinking
Like L.A., the City of Brotherly Love had to confront cowboy cops