5 months ago | Architecture & Design
Something incredible is unfolding at the corner of Wilshire and Fairfax. Through the force of dollar signs, and the indomitable will of Hollywood’s glitterati, the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures is taking shape, glistening in the Los Angeles su...
6 months ago | Food Personalities
Chef Roy Choi, the man Anthony Bourdain once said “changed the world” with his innovative culinary concepts, is moving his food-and-beverage revolution to Las Vegas. On Friday Choi posted on his Instagram that he is leaving his post at the Line L....
6 months ago | Vegan
The Protego Foundation, a Harry Potter-inspired animal-rights group, and its vegan allies have launched an effort to get Universal and Warner Bros. to provide fans with a vegan alternative to butterbeer.
6 months ago | Art
The organizers of this year’s Queer Biennial have focused the art event around the highest aspirations imaginable, utopian hopes and visions. “The title of this year’s Queer Biennial is ‘What If Utopia,’” curator Ruben Esparza says. “I think it’s ...
6 months ago | Animal Welfare
Los Angeles–based retailer Forever 21 — the nation’s fifth largest specialty retailer — has joined other retailers in pledging to stop selling clothing made with mohair after allegations of animal abuse at goat farms in South Africa.
7 months ago | Health & Nutrition
From sprawling Griffith to quaint Hollenbeck, Los Angeles isn’t lacking in green spaces. Or is it? The Trust for Public Land has released its annual ranking of park systems and L.A. came in 66th place. The main reason the city didn’t fare so well?...