In the early 20th century, marriage through picture brides was the only way for issei Japanese pioneers in the U.S. to start a family.
Many writers, musicians, and artists visited the home of Charles Lummis, often sitting for a portrait in front of his camera.
Classically trained musician moonlights by night as a stealthy photographer of street art.
A new gallery exhibit showcases selections from Los Angeles Public Library's collection of rarely seen Ansel Adams photos.
A short trip to the Los Angeles River can soothe a week's worth of stress. Grab a cup of coffee and visit Frogtown's West Bank.
Watch a slideshow of behind the scenes of Departures at the L.A. River Ramble.