Crew members are expressing frustration at the length of the writers’ and actors’ strikes as Hollywood workers struggle to pay for rent, food and healthcare.
A transportation advocacy group wants to turn the three-mile stretch of the unfinished Marina Freeway in Culver City into public parks and thousands of affordable housing units. The idea has already garnered some support.
By the time he sidled up to a patrol car and shot two Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies at point-blank range, Deonte Lee Murray was in the midst of a crime rampage.
Moving a grandmother from her home? Not happening. ‘I feel the way to honor my mom is to keep her with me as long as I can.’
Lisa Frank onesies. Rounded-edge Caboodles for your makeup. The ‘90s brands are back, and they’re coming for millennials and their nostalgia.
On the heels of his 95th birthday, the architect of L.A. landmarks looks back on his career and the ever-enduring myth that his Capitol Records building is intended to resemble a stack of records. (It’s not.)
Unable to afford a down payment on a home, a young couple financed a prefab ADU in their parents’ backyard in L.A.
The Bay Area tech titans’ plan to create a utopia in Solano County contains a kernel of wisdom about the kind of suburban growth the state wants and needs.
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Here’s a list of all the gifts the Detroit Tigers’ Miguel Cabrera has received from MLB teams during his farewell tour. Most, but not all, are thoughtful.
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“Henry Johnson,” a new play by David Mamet, is in its world premiere run at the Electric Lodge in Venice.
Hall of Fame QBs such as Fran Tarkenton, Roger Staubach, Archie Manning and Jim Kelly, used to call the plays. Why don’t quarterbacks do it anymore?
Over 9,000 asylum seekers and counting have crossed this week from Mexico to Eagle Pass, Texas, where the mayor declared a state of emergency and Border Patrol agents have become overwhelmed..
Border Patrol agents have become overwhelmed in recent days by asylum seekers on parts of the border with Mexico, including in Texas and California.