What was once a holiday dedicated to the celebration of the arrival of Christianity in Ireland has now become one of the biggest secular holidays celebrated around the world. Even halfway across the planet, Southern Californians are gearing up for a host of St. Show More Summary
Is Barack Obama the nation's first hipster president?
An aerial view of downtown Malibu. In a move many Malibu residents are calling a coup, Los Angeles County has abruptly reversed its stance on horses in the coastal zone of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, shocking...Show More Summary
Driverless cars sound more like science fiction than practical technology, but the advent of autonomous vehicles may be less than a decade away.
Pot shops shut down. Ana Guerrero not running. Riordan backs McDonnell for sheriff. Rick Caruso takes over the Palisades. Plus much more.
Los Angeles Magazine continues its series of "Big Shots" interviews by Giselle Fernandez with Rep. Xavier Becerra, who says the lack of immigration reform in Congress is frustrating but is not due to racism.
When story begins with loss or reflects on life after loss, you understand the emotional fuel that is driving the pursuit. Loss is something that is universal, and we can all connect with it on a deeper level. Whether it's the loss of...Show More Summary
Each year Art Dubai, the leading international art fair in the MENASA (Middle East/North Africa/South Asia), presents its Marker program. The program focuses either on relevant and significant themes or else geography. Marker 2014 will be curated by the artist collective Slavs and Tatars. Show More Summary
What would Jesus shoot?
The mayor held a wide-ranging interview with reporters and editors and said the city cannot afford raises for workers for a few years.
Freedom Communications "also will roll out more than a dozen community newspapers across Los Angeles County in coming weeks," the Register announces.
So if you could amend the U.S. Constitution, what would you push for? Abolishing money in political campaigns? Adding protections for the unborn (thus trumping Roe v. Wade )? A chicken in every pot ?
Monday morning, Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer and Police Chief Charlie Beck will announce an effort to help property owners and real estate agents comply with Proposition D, which banned all but about 100 medical marijuana dispensaries that opened before 2007.
Michael McGough's March 4 blog post, "Is 'retarded' really worse than 'mentally disabled'?" gives the impression that Americans ought to turn back the clock on decades of progress in how they think about -- and treat -- people with disabilities.
Politics, media and more for a Monday — including a plea from the Owens Valley and calls to help a longtime employee of Henry's Tacos.
There's no worse form of torture for travelers like Jeanne Marchadie than having to endure the sound of people yakking on a cellphone in close quarters. "I shudder to think about what's going to happen on planes if cellphones are allowed," says Marchadie, a programmer from Jacksonville, Fla. Show More Summary
The earthquake at 10:18 on Sunday evening had a preliminary magnitude of 6.9. Luckily, its epicenter was 50 miles west of Eureka beneath the Pacific Ocean, in the subduction zone between tectonic plates that regularly produces sizable quakes.
Artist Teresa Oaxaca admires Odd Nerdum's The Poacher at TRAC 2014 Photo by Brittany McGinley I often tell people that there isn't just one Art World, and on Wednesday, March 5th two divergent art events taking place on opposite coasts of the United States would have proved my point and then some. Show More Summary
CBS News caught up the other day with Dominic Ehrler on his daily visit to the Los Angeles Zoo to feed his friend Mario, the goose that bonded with Ehrler several years ago at Echo Park Lake.