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Los Angeles is the most diverse and interesting food city in the United States. It’s a place where street tacos are as revered as any 12-course omakase dinner — and rightly so. My job is to connect hungry Angelenos — through food — to the culture, history, people, and neighborhoods that make up our city.
Stories by Elina Shatkin
All trains have been outfitted with a "bike and board" passenger car. You can thank an enterprising 11-year-old from Riverside.
Only two entities possess water rights to the LA River. One is the city of Los Angeles. The other is Lauren Bon.
Ancient bone fragments found while digging for the Crenshaw/LAX line might come from a bison and a sloth that weighed 1,500 pounds and measured 10-feet long.
A Fresno sixth-grader was crowned champion, beating 290 spellers — many from California.
A virtual reality exhibition offers fans an intimate new way to see — not simply hear — Björk's music. "The limitations are what excite me most," she says.
Grab your paddles and life jackets. The L.A. River's two recreation zones reopen on Memorial Day for the summer season.
There were 21 people arrested and others are still being sought in the largest crackdown of MS-13 ever conducted in Los Angeles.
Mother. Mama. Eomma. Ema. Neene. Ummi. Ema. Mayi. Moma. Mommy. Whatever you call her, this is a playlist with mom in mind.
Seven business were damaged after fire tore through a half-block stretch of Mar Vista.
She and her husband Harry founded the burger chain on Sunset Boulevard in 1950.
"Free Comic Book Day is about showing the world that we are the heroes and they're welcome into our secret headquarters."
More than any other demographic, millennials tend to believe that another riot is likely to happen in the next five years — according to a new survey.
Workers along the Metro Purple line found parts of a tusk and skull from either a mastodon or mammoth — and there are plenty of other prehistoric remnants under L.A.
Free day-passes are going fast, so make your plans ASAP if you want to get in on Green Friday.
For the second year in a row, Thanksgiving travel at LAX is through the roof. That's great for airlines and the airport, not so much for travelers.