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Historian Alison Rose Jefferson takes us on a tour of what remains of Santa Monica’s once tight-knit Black community, decimated by racist policies.

From fashion denim to the Malibu Country Mart, Segal shaped the SoCal shopping landscape like few others

In honor of International Women’s Day, we celebrate some of our favorite women-owned design businesses in and around Los Angeles.

When Shawna Christian turned 50, she left her IT job and invested all her money in Tansy, a Burbank plant store. Then the pandemic hit.

“El Pino,” a beloved East L.A. bunya tree, is generating controversy. Developer Art Gastelum says he won’t damage it. These organizers don’t trust him.

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The Flower Fields in Carlsbad, after being forced to close two weeks into its 2020 season, is set to reopen with new social distancing rules on Monday.

‘Saturday Night Live’s’ most recent musical guest, ‘EL ÚLTIMO TOUR DEL MUNDO’ star Bad Bunny, went full snake plant in SNL’s ‘Loco’ music video with Ego Nwodim.

Monarch butterfly populations are endangered, to the point that the 1.2 million Western monarchs counted in 1997 plummeted to fewer than 2,000 by 2020. Here are ways we can help them survive.

Courtney Warwick amplifies people of color and fashion in the plant community. You may know her from her ‘I Rap to My Plants’ merch or photo series ‘Sneakers and Plants.’

Need a garden fix? Check out the bird scavenger hunt, tai chi in the great outdoors, a profusion of camellia blooms and plenty of classes for garden lovers.

The new wave in landscaping is building habitat by growing native plants, but you don’t need a yard to promote biodiversity. Hummingbirds, butterflies, bees and other pollinators are happy to dine on native plants growing on balconies or patios.

Jason Sudeikis, who won a Golden Globe for his role in “Ted Lasso,” lit up the internet with buzz about his acceptance speech and casual appearance.

Despite being a mostly virtual awards show, the stars opted to skip sweatpants for designer looks for their Zoom moments on Sunday. It was the return of glam.

Fred Segal, the Los Angeles-based celebrity fashion retailer named-checked in “Clueless and “Legally Blonde,” is dead at 87.

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