So the super rich Annenberg Foundation wants to dump a 46,000-square-foot "interpretive center" on the Ballona Wetlands -- one of the last major wetlands areas in Los Angeles. Some folks think it's a great idea. Ballona Institute co-director Marcia Hanscom, who's been fighting to protect the wetland ... More >>
A new space has opened its doors in Chinatown, and this time it's not your usual funky alternative art gallery. The Institute For Figuring is a center for hands-on discovery of cool scientific and mathematical concepts, with a strong artistic bent.
Australian twin sisters Margaret Wertheim, a note ... More >>
Tom MeekThe Ron Jones Orchestra at the Jazz Bakery, 2008The Jazz Bakery, L.A.'s major jazz non-profit organization, is in turmoil because of the pending shutdown of the Culver City Redevelopment Agency.
Jazz Bakery president Ruth Price had been working with the agency to reopen Jazz Bakery's ... More >>
A skater gets air, but not over Westchester. Not yet.The city of L.A. continues to roll out skate parks, despite recent opposition from neighbors concerned about noise from skateboarders at a West L.A. rec center.
The latest one will see a ceremonial groundbreaking Monday at 11 a.m. at 7000 ... More >>
The Alhambra SourceA new website has recently entered the online news arena, providing critical information to the residents of Alhambra, a small city located a few miles east of downtown Los Angeles. And it's doing so in multiple languages.
The Alhambra Source is a collective endeavor bet ... More >>