Steve Harvey is an author and the former Only in LA columnist for the Los Angeles Times. Only in LA now appears at LA Observed.
Steve Harvey may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. His Twitter handle is @sharvey9.
Welcome to the tour, where you'll get the real dirt on housing in this region.
Steve Harvey's occasional column of amusing observations.
"St. Nick at the Square," featuring night-side Metro reporter Nieson Himmel and former Times CEO Mark Willes, written by an anonymous Timesian and pinned to a newsroom bulletin board around 1997.
DTLA's Redwood had a Times phone extension -- the Red Line -- and when it was adjacent to the newspaper, a tunnel for reporters to get to the bar quicker.
Steve Harvey's latest: We have entrants in four categories.
How the Los Angeles Times displays its roster of publishers has changed as the job has become a more short-term proposition.
What's that? Summer is running out and you haven't made your annual road trip?
Note the extension for "Nuts," where Times operators would switch incoming calls from offbeat characters. Often the callers were then relayed to our columnist.
Welcome to our annual Salute to the Toilet, spotlighting the aesthetic side of that noble apparatus and recent technological breakthroughs.
It's traveling season and I'm reminded of the questions that plague me when I'm boarding a plane.
Your official Harvey Healthcare Guide will keep you from feeling like you're just a number.
Questions every smart consumer should ask, from the Only in LA columnist.
Yes, the pictorial spectacular display you've been waiting for.
Steve Harvey's signs from all over. Check it out.
Steve Harvey's occasional observations from around Los Angeles and beyond.
Steve Harvey collects signs and observations from around Southern California.
Steve Harvey's column of observations, photos and more from around the Los Angeles sphere of influence (and sometimes beyond.)
Steve Harvey's latest collection of photos, signs and quips about Los Angeles and beyond.
Some items on the recent rains, on baseball and of course on signs that just don't say what they should.
Steve Harvey's occasional column of Southern California observations.
What's the question every Angeleno has asked, usually during a traffic jam? Exactly, that one. Plus more of Steve Harvey's observations.
Steve Harvey's personal take on things he finds (or you tell him about) in LA and beyond.
Steve Harvey's latest column of observations from around Southern California. Including Satan in a Dodgers jacket.
The latest column from Steve Harvey strives to elevate the civic conversation.
The deadline for submitting tax returns is fast approaching. Luckily, even if you wait until the last moment, there are tax preparers everywhere, as you can see from these photos I've collected over the years.
Steve Harvey's latest column of observations from Greater Los Angeles and beyond.
Steve Harvey's occasional look at life (and signage) in the Los Angeles area.
Glimpses of life through the lens of LA's own Steve Harvey.
Halloween won't be a special day for the Museum of Death in Hollywood. And more from the streets of Los Angeles (approximately) by Steve Harvey.
Steve Harvey's latest column of the quirky and amusing spotted around LA (approximately.)
Steve Harvey's Only in LA column.
Well, that was going to be the theme. But owing to budget considerations, I've had to limit my layout to a shot of a cuddly couple from the 1920s.
A Westside apartment where canines are reminded to pick up after their owners. The North Hollywood shootout Chevy. An early LAPD mobile phone. Newsroom binoculars. And more: it's Only in LA.
Even the authorized get towed in LA. Plus: a land of extremes, and some road signs are just plain wrong.
Steve Harvey's slightly bent observations on the city around us. This time: must be a good burger in the Grand Central Market, the bias against actors never fully goes away, and at home with two right feet. Plus much more.
Steve Harvey's column of quirky photos and observations.
Steve Harvey's longtime column in the Los Angeles Times, now at LA Observed.
Steve Harvey's unique look at life in the Los Angeles area.