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.
L.A. urbanites are accustomed to rows of man-made lights stretching endlessly in every direction. But some experts say those glittering lights in the night sky can actually change the chemistry of the air we breathe in and pose health risks.
Art can be found in the most unlikely of places: Busy airports.
It's hard to imagine that the Salton Sea was once considered a prime tourist destination in the 1950s.
Rows of healthy hydroponic tomatoes are nurtured and grown in a high-tech greenhouse facility in Camarillo, California.
Just off of Adams Boulevard is a buried treasure most Angelenos don't even know exists.
Sign spinning is a way of life for Justin Brown and thousands of others across the globe.
Millions of passengers pass through busy commercial airports in Southern California, but only a few know about the existence of the San Bernardino International Airport.
Would you be willing to rent out your home and hand over the keys to production companies?
Desert tortoises go into hibernation during the winter months. With all that beauty rest, it's no wonder they can live to be a hundred years old.