On athletic fields, grass is a thing of the past – artificial turf has largely taken over. Many of these fields are covered in fake dirt called crumb rubber.
Since 2010, hundreds of thousands of Angelenos have pedaled the streets of Los Angeles at one of the largest alternative transportation events in the nation.
Growing one's own food in urban areas can seem like a far-fetched idea. But not for one Pasadena family.
Typewriters are making a comeback in an era where many of us are constantly distracted and glued to our phones.
You can bet that it doesn't rain cats and dogs here in Southern California. But that's no excuse not to prepare and capture the rain that does fall.
Most people go to the movies to escape reality and enjoy some good old fashioned storytelling through eye-popping visuals that keep you on the edge of your seat. But what if you could actually experience it in a more realistic way?
Rising CO2 levels are disrupting the natural balance of the ocean and posing a threat to oysters and marine mammals in California.
For chef Niki Nakayama, local ingredients and presentation are important elements to consider when preparing a Kaiseki dish.
At the Los Angeles County Men's Central Jail, a separate wing exists for gay, bisexual, and transgender inmates. Since its creation, the unit has gained a reputation as one of the safer, community-oriented units.
In 1989, activist and nonprofit leader Robert Egger founded the D.C. Central Kitchen, an organization that has prepared approximately 27 million meals for the needy. Now, he’s brought his philosophy and inspiration from the D.C. Central Kitchen to Los Angeles to help start a fresh new social enterprise movement.