Despite, or perhaps because of, its proximity to the Pacific Ocean, SoCal's enthusiasm for pool-based recreation knows few bounds.
California, and Los Angeles specifically, has always been considered a laboratory of the future.
Bud Goldstone, a former aerospace engineer who worked for over 50 years to save Watts Towers, has died at the age of 86.
Luis Rodriguez, a Los Angeles native and writer, sees the Los Angeles River as a public forum for the exchange of art and ideas.
Preservationists and tower enthusiasts gathered at UCLA to celebrate of the Towers and their creation.
As Departures visits places rich with myths and forgotten histories we encounter issues that highlight ongoing - sometimes fraught - efforts to tell the story of race in Los Angele