Nobody walks in L.A.? Ridiculous! This is a series of articles exploring the many opportunities for walking in (and around) a city of 3.8 million.
Sure, it's a little tough, but the rewards are worth the sweat: classic coastal chaparral, views all the way to Santa Catalina Island and a sweet breeze.
A lovely country-in-the-city stroll.
The diarrhea wouldn't stop. The hallucinations were just beginning. The blisters on her feet formed as she ran. In heat that topped 120 degrees, Lisa Smith-Batchen's body began breaking down.
Sometimes science quantifies something many of us know to be true. So listen up, new parents: Waking up repeatedly to care for a little one isn't good for your moods and your ability to attend to tasks, and it's just as bad as not sleeping much at all.
The Tujunga Wash Greenway in the San Fernando Valley offers natural wonders and an epic mural.
Joseph Simmons, a.k.a. Rev Run, better be on Aerosmith's Christmas card list. He was part of the Run-DMC hip-hop trio, one of the most influential music acts, and its cover of "Walk This Way" became one of the biggest hits of the 1980s. Musically, the Rev took risks, and they...
Thomas Berger, the witty and eclectic novelist who reimagined the American West in the historical yarn "Little Big Man" and mastered genres ranging from detective stories to domestic farce, has died. He was 89 and had been in failing health. A resident of Rockland County, N.Y., Berger died July 13 at a hospital in Nyack, N.Y., his literary agent, Cristina Concepcion, said this week. Berger, who served in World War II, wrote more than 20 books, including the autobiographical "Rinehart" series, a "Little Big Man" sequel and "The Feud," about warring families in a 1930s Midwest community. "The Feud" was recommended for the 1984 Pulitzer...