Those of us who live here have become hardened both to the city's come ons and its disappointments. We're pleased to see our lack of feeling as "sophistication" until the tourists show us something else.
Christopher Hawthorne, the Los Angeles Times architecture critic, is asking some provocative questions about the overhauled design of the proposed replacement to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on Wilshire Boulevard.
California voters took a whack at man not entirely made of straw on Tuesday and changed the state constitution to require local governments to comply with two state laws that local governments are already required to follow.
Tearing a page out of the pontiff's playbook, the L.A. archdiocese is trying to fit into the changing digital landscape Roman Catholic Church, and has taken a step toward the church's move to expand how it evangelizes the faith.
The future of food hadn't arrived when I was a boy. Shopping was mostly done on foot then, fresh vegetable and fruit displays followed the seasons, and there were times you couldn't get chicken, but you could get rabbit.
In 2002, the city of Los Angeles placed a moratorium banning murals on private property. As a result of the ban, murals became illegal in Los Angeles. Many up and coming artists were forced to take down their murals, or have their artwork painted over.
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