1 month ago | Drugs
A fire-safety regulation introduced on Gov. Brown’s watch in the 1970s spawned a dangerous standard. More than 40 years later, activists want him to correct the mistake.
2 months ago | Architecture & Design
The L.A. Philharmonic last week unveiled Gehry’s design for its $14.5 million YOLA Center (the full name is the Judith and Thomas L. Beckmen YOLA Center @ Inglewood), a permanent home for the organization’s youth orchestra program that provides fr...
2 months ago | Best of L.A.: Arts
From the imposing specter of England's public bathhouses to the pristine aqua gems embedded in the Hollywood Hills and so many chlorine dreams in between, The Swimming Pool in Photography, a new art book from Berlin-based Hatje Cantz, illuminates ...
2 months ago | Drugs
The three-year, multi-agency federal investigation dubbed “Narconetas” culminated in a dramatic crescendo this week when authorities arrested 25 defendants in a barrage of Southland raids targeting criminal networks accused of running drugs and ca...
3 months ago | Justice
Five days after a dramatic police standoff captured national headlines and ended in shocking tragedy, the Silver Lake Trader Joe’s remained boarded up. Neighbors, customers and employees wearing the company’s signature tropical print shirts gather...
3 months ago | Transportation
The formula is familiar: A disruptive tech product creates a brand-new market overnight, antagonizing or evading regulation long enough to assert cultural and economic dominance. Not surprisingly, the furtive, ambitious rise of the e-scooter in Lo...