You can't go to a Japanese department store on the Miracle Mile anymore, but you can do it in Hollywood, which, together with downtown proper, increasingly seems to constitute the
Whether you take your brew with a multi-hour writing session or take it out the door in one hand with your toddler in the other, Atwater Village has a coffee shop for you. As this
Dilapidated buildings and vacant lots typically bring up perceptions of urban blight; this does not have to be the case, however.
For a high-profile metropolis, Los Angeles has a curious relationship with the word "city," especially in the brand of a "virtual place" like Universal CityWalk.
This week L.A. Letters celebrates Burbank, one of the Southland's media capitals with a small town feel.
The history of the famous sign almost seems to confirm all the crazy reveries that suggests Hollywood is the promised land.