Chris Erskine joins a group kayaking trip down a section of the Los Angeles River. Stop smirking.
Supermarket greens are rarely as tasty as the ones you grow in your garden, which is why a new crop of products looks to offer city dwellers a zero-mile diet by letting them raise their own greens indoors, year-round.
Artist and designer Carolina Fontoura Alzaga turns unlikely trash into beautiful treasure.
Spanish Colonial Revival architecture, with its white-washed stucco walls, striking archways, wrought iron balconies and colorful tile, has flourished in Pasadena thanks to the romantic designs of master architects such as Wallace Neff, Myron Hunt and Elmer Grey.
More than 40 million home gardens will be going in this spring and nearly all will have a tomato plant of some variety -- heirloom or hybrid.
Fiber arts are winding their way back into the public eye, with yarn bombing having evolved from novel curiosity to frequently visible feature around Los Angeles. Returning to a gentler verb, however, is the fourth annual L.A. County Yarn Crawl, scheduled for Thursday through Sunday (March...
Todd Segal's tiny 1919 Highland Park home — a 624-square-foot cabin that rests on a 7,500-square-foot hillside lot — was inhabited by squatters when he purchased it five years ago.
As the days get longer and the outdoors beckons, what will you bring to the table? For entertaining, "classic white dishes are always a must," says Beverly Hills party planner Mindy Weiss, "but spring is a great time to really mix up the tabletop with pastel options and darker colors."