Another phase in the remake of San Pedro's waterfront had the wraps taken off.
Life, cultures, architecture, geography, neighborhoods, history, demographics, urbanism, nature, the environment. And anything else.
The museum's newest exhibition explores featherwork items from the era in Hawaii that predates the cultural carnage that followed the Christian missionaries.
A writer/producer serves up some film promotion and a side of fries.
Train service returns to the beach city for the first time since 1953, though the old Red Cars were dead long before that.
The Los Angeles Business Journal's annual exercise of estimating net worth has again tabbed Patrick Soon-Shiong as number one. Here are the top 10.
Correspondent Lee Cowan went out on rounds along Pico Boulevard with Gold for a piece pegged to the documentary, "City of Gold."
Sunday afternoon on East Olympic Boulevard.
This is the piece you want to read as the games tick away in our time with Vin Scully.
This year, I won't be able to wish my mother a happy Mother's Day.
Bob Hope has been a dumb name for an airport for 12 years. So they are going with Hollywood Burbank (again.)
The old owner is still fighting eviction by the Chinese buyer of the Hollywood hillside landmark.
The state's population is officially nudging 40 million and Los Angeles has gone over four million.
Tom Angel forwarded derogatory jokes and as criticism built, McDonnell couldn't save him.
The time was 1972. Sanders says, "I would never vote for a bum like that!”
Before the former Charles Manson follower could actually get parole, the full state parole board and Gov. Jerry Brown would have to approve.
It's damp, it's gray, it's oh-so-welcome weather in the preternaturally sunny desert.
Brown widow spiders from Africa are becoming the region's dominant venomous spider.
The publisher says the money-losing, 103-year-old journal of LA's Japanese American community will have to close this year unless something changes.
Dodgers official photographer Jon SooHoo begins to chronicle the final season.
Lost LA's Nathan Masters curates a look at the urban carnage wrought by construction of the Hollywood Freeway in the 1950s.
Cinematographer John Simmons first turned his eye on the black community in Chicago. His exhibit is in Koreatown until April 10.
A new history of urban ideas offers a cautionary tale about the dreams that have shaped LA and the big new ideas we hope might shape the city of the future.
She remains at Caltech and will work more on the effects of climate change and global warming.
A former stand-alone Kentucky Fried Chicken on Pico Boulevard is well along in its conversion.
The avian neonatal unit is full.
The mountain lion's long-term prognosis doesn't get any better on the news that he's probably preying on the LA Zoo's animals now.
The documentary opens Friday in Los Angeles and New York.
I'm happy whenever infrastructure gets on the front page. But here's what really keeps a scientist up at night.
The former LA Times food editor donated upwards of 500 cookbooks to the Long Beach Public Library. But it wasn't easy.
There is too much wallowing in LA history by local media and blogs, but the regular maps feature from Los Angeles Magazine doesn't count.
Competing ballot measures on housing in LA. Rising crime rates. Winter heat is back. And much more.
A tiny visitor has moved in and created a neonatal unit.
His #EmergingUS seeks to raise $1 million in 60 days in a new partnership with Beacon.
The organizers blame lack of a mature market for art fairs in Los Angeles.
Photos of Gary Sweeney's childhood are visible from the street, with guided tours each Wednesday in February. The house will seen be razed.
Some environmentally conscious ideas for the NFL stadium planned for Inglewood.
Homework tableThe communal table at Verve Coffee Roasters on Spring Street is always packed.
StreetscapeIglesia Aposento Alto. Cantara Street in Sun Valley.
LA's ghost streetsWriter Geoff Manaugh observes the shapes of blocks, yards and homes that reveal the existence of old streets. More
Down by the riverEgyptian geese in the Los Angeles River channel near the 6th Street Viaduct. Photo: Anna Sklar.
Griffith Observatory in the '30sDon Bentley submitted this family snapshot. Not much growth on those hills.
Lines of miscommunicationOnly in LA: Steve Harvey's latest column.
StreetscapeLast chances on La Brea Avenue. Photo by Judy Graeme. See bigger
Future of CitiesAbout 500 people turned out for new group's first LA leadership summit.
Dorothea Lange's LA photosDowntown's "Mexican quarter" in 1936. Images
Visiting mom at Clifton'sVisiting mom's ashes, that is.
The edgeThe view at the edge of the continent. Veronique de Turenne
LA's newest mountain lionsKittens P-43 and P-44 caught and tagged.
LA's lizard seasonBaby lizards are all around in August. Story
Studying LA coyotesWhere two Central LA coyotes go. Map
Rare frogs survivingCalifornia red-legged frogs are thriving in the Santa Monicas again.
The WarwickCirca 1928 residential building on North Sycamore Avenue.
Ficus vs sidewalkTree wins on Ben Lomond Place in Los Feliz.
Front door of Nuestra Señora Reina de los Angeles on a Saturday morning. LA Observed.
StreetscapeAlpha Cast Foundry casts molten metal about 200 feet from the DTLA hipsters at Stumptown Coffee on Santa Fe Avenue. LAO.
Stained glassWhen on Wilshire, remember to look up. At Beverly Drive in Beverly Hills. LA Observed photo.
Arts District colorSpatters of color on the sidewalk outside the former Al's Bar on Hewitt Street. Judy Graeme/click the pic to enlarge.
Mission Road in Boyle Heights
Mission Road, Boyle Heights. See bigger.
La Brea AvenueDinosaur head next to the sidewalk in a shop on La Brea Avenue. See larger.
Exposition Park lawnNice light on a Friday evening in front of the Memorial Coliseum. LA Observed photo.
Streetscape: DTLAEast 6th Street in downtown Los Angeles. LA Observed photo.
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