There was a time, not very long ago, when a fair, dry night in winter would have been watched through with dread of the "great white terror."
Angelenos might be an overall optimistic group, but when it comes to affecting city policy through voting we can also be a fractured and apathetic one. Los Angeles has experienced
The Pacific Coast Club, one of many sporting clubs that popped up in SoCal in the 1920s, was once the pride of Long Beach, until it was demolished in 1988.
The history of City Lights Publisher and Bookstore is shaped by the serendipitous meetings between writers and decades of touchstone publications that have made this institution on
Remaking downtown Los Angeles has taken another long step. As LA history shows, it's one that might end badly.
The attacks in San Bernardino on December 2 demonstrate that violence is never confined to an unknown, dangerous rim of the world.