Seriously entertaining food writer Gustavo Arellano recently stirred up a major storm by declaring In-n-Out’s burgers just so-so. The “you’re so blankety-blank crazy” comments flowed like a flash flood
Silver Lake corner brunch spot Home has closed unceremoniously, bringing an end to the Riverside Drive’s run as a big, casual place for the neighborhood. Now it’s to be known as Ivanhoe, though (so far)
Before opening Ms. B’s M & M Soul Food, Beverly Brinson was on the run. She was fleeing an abusive husband, and in 1974 she took a bus from Mississippi to Los Angeles with only $17 dollars to her name
Los Angeles is just as big, sprawling, and (sometimes) hard to navigate as everyone says it can be, but that also breeds a great hyper-local restaurant culture built on feeding the immediate neighborhoods
California is now the most influential force in American dining. That’s right, it isn’t New York. Not any longer. Sure, the great city will always produce blockbusters and occasional, wonderful novelties;
L.A.'s homelessness surged 75% in six years. Here's why the crisis has been decades in the making - Los Angeles Times
Some of the poorest people in the city spend their days in the shadow of Los Angeles City Hall, napping on flattened cardboard boxes. On any given day, as many as 20 people take to the City Hall lawn,
These then-and-now photos show off buildings and public spaces that have endured for decades The story of Downtown Los Angeles is one of continual renovation, repurposing, and rebranding. But a surprising
The glow of fluorescent lights, sticky primary-colored Formica, coffee in a glass carafe, Pepto Bismol-colored boxes and a bakery case full of glazed, twisted, frosted doughnuts. There’s something nostalgic
Throwback to LA's best old school eateries and dives Los Angeles has been blessed by a multitude of long-standing restaurants that continue to serve diners with classic fare that strikes at the heart nostalgia.
It's like 'Cheers' for movie lovers: An inside look at Quentin Tarantino's New Beverly Cinema - Los Angeles Times
Magic hour in Los Angeles can be intoxicating in the dreamy haze of dusk, skies aglow in pinks and purples like a gauzy scene straight out of the pictures. At the New Beverly Cinema, the last pure bastion
Amazing lattes, cappuccinos, drip coffee, and maybe even some pastries LA's had a complete transformation of its coffee scene, from a city laden with syrups and badly foamed milk to one where you can expect
How these Los Angeles-born pink hats became a worldwide symbol of the anti-Trump women's march - Los Angeles Times
Krista Suh plans to attend the women's march in Washington, D.C., this week to protest Donald Trump's presidency, and she wanted to make a statement. But she also had a more primal goal: staying warm.
Well would you look at this beauty. Local coffee company Groundwork Coffee has gone ahead and completely redone the inside of the 125-year-old North Hollywood train depot, making for one of the most stunning
The first person I heard utter "the force is with us" in the wake of the announcement that Los Angeles was chosen to be the site of filmmaker George Lucas' Museum of Narrative Arts was Curren Price, the
For close to 20 years, my favorite landmark in Los Angeles was a pair of plastic sawhorses, each emblazoned with "City of Los Angeles Dept. of Public Works Street Services." The sawhorses straddled a of
There are so many kid-friendly places to see in Los Angeles, where do you begin? As the second-largest urban region in the United States, LA offers families more activities and adventures than many small
Imagine if scientists discovered that an asteroid was hurtling toward Los Angeles. The possibility has existed on the pages of Hollywood scripts. But in what may be a case of life imitating art, NASA,
Los Angeles voters will decide next week whether to make another major expansion in the region’s rail network. Measure M would raise an estimated $120 billion over four decades to fund transit operations.
Who wrote the checks to elected officials weighing approval? No one is registered to vote at the run-down house on 223rd Street. The living room window has been broken for months. A grit-covered pickup