Is Los Feliz the Williamsburg of LA?
Believe it or not, this isn't one of those insular, annoying coastal quandaries. Because New York City and Los...
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Residents in North Hollywood, San Pedro and even Silver Lake die younger than those who reside just a few miles away in Sherman Oaks, Bel-Air and West...
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By Dennis Romero
You're a douche. You drive a leased German car you can't afford, because it's certainly not a...
While it's impossible to hit every little enclave around LA in one roundup, we've asked a few food folk where they like to eat in their area, and highlighted some of our own favorites.
As we mark the 20th anniversary of the 1992 Los Angeles civil unrest on April 29, many are asking the question, "What has changed in South Los Angeles?"
Echo Park may be perceived as having a bit of a tough exterior, but it also possesses a creative spirit, a sense of humor, and ramshackle charm.
I will be writing solely for myself and maybe a handful of the 4,065,585 people who call LA home, as well as anyone who is feeling like a vicarious peek into this city and my relationship with her.
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