The Times editorial board has written a lot recently about the politics, policies and practicalities of bicyclists and automobiles sharing the road in Los Angeles. Apparently there’s some tension on the streets between motorists and cyclists.
On Monday night, Democratic senators held an all night “ talk-athon ” on the Senate floor to bring increased attention to the issue of climate change. Predictably, their efforts were mocked by the Republican leadership.
by Bun Boy Eats LA, LA City Guide for the Menuism Blog photos by Bun Boy Eats LA If you're like me, you've noticed deviled eggs on every LA restaurant menu. But, if you're like me, you've also ordered them every single time. It's okay. Show More Summary
Add CBS chief executive Leslie Moonves to the list of network bigwigs who see Aereo as a well-nigh existential threat.
The Register's Aaron Kushner sat for a Zocalo panel on the future of LA newspapers and explained his bet on print. But details have to wait for the April 16 launch of his new LA Register.
The Herald Examiner alumni on Facebook have posted the news that former city editor Larry Burrough died Monday in Ellensburg, Washington. He went to the Orange County Register and also was managing editor of the Denver Post.
My father was a blue-collar guy who never went to college. But for some reason he was mad about music and museums. So as a kid I was dragged to the opera every Saturday afternoon, which has led to my passion today for the LA. Opera programs. Show More Summary
California still has some big problems, as pretty much always, but as observers across the spectrum and around the world have noted, the state's political system, long mired in gridlock has become increasingly functional. EspeciallyShow More Summary
Though initial impressions abound, it's still early to fully assess this year's Whitney Biennial. This conversation with Co-Curator Michelle Grabner gives us her first thoughts. JS: At this particular moment, the day after the show opened,...Show More Summary
Last week, I received a robocall from the principal at my daughter's high school telling me something that no parent ever wants to hear: "[T]he school has been placed on lockdown due to a bomb threat." San Clemente High School, in Orange County, Calif., and its 3,000-plus students were one of the latest victims of a Yik Yak attack. Show More Summary
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?
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.