June 7, 2023


Network News

Veteran executive Amy Entelis will oversee operations at the cable news channel as part of a transition team. Licht’s reign lasted 13 months.

Pride Protests

A Times reporter and photographer interviewed attendees at West Hollywood’s longstanding Pride celebration. At a time when states are implementing legislation targeting LGBTQ+ communities, some said they came to Pride for fun, some to find community, and some to be heard.

Law enforcement declared an unlawful assembly after fighting broke out outside the Glendale Unified School District building.

As conservative lawmakers introduce a record number of anti-transgender bills, abortion and trans rights advocates see mirrored fights for bodily autonomy.

Housing Crisis

New census data reveals over a quarter of U.S. households had solo occupants in 2020, more than three times the 1940 estimate and more than twice the 1960 level.

Firm Collapses

The law firm Lewis Brisbois revealed former lawyers’ misogynistic and vile remarks in emails.

L.A. whodunit

A fresh run of unsolicited Uber Eats deliveries in Highland Park has vexed residents, with mystifying conveyances from McDonald’s, Starbucks and other restaurants.

Rental Rebirth?

L.A.’s reopened Vidiots, both a theater and video store, hopes to inject a sense of shared commitment and community into the local film scene.


Editors’ Pick

After The Times named It’s a Small World the best ride at Disneyland, we wanted to know what park fanatics thought. Did we get it right?



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