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Stories by Lori Galarreta
"Remember Me," from the film "Coco," is such a sweet song it can't be played on just any guitar. But the search for a vihuela sent one musician all over L.A.
From fresh tamales to oysters on the half shell, the lonchera is an old school Southern California staple, one that dates back more than a century.
Adilifu Nama breaks down Wakanda, the African diaspora and all the film's black girl magic in the first installment of Movies With Experts.
Looking for an LAPD ledger from 1925? How about a block-by-block sketchbook of L.A.'s streets from 1896? This antiquarian book fair has both.
Lessons from the survivors of the deadly 2014 mudslide just outside of Oso, Washington, from reconstruction to mental well being.
Upcoming layoffs at major newspapers, the end of LAist and the acquisition of LA weekly make for troubling times in SoCal news.
The drought has been officially over for 8 months, but it seems like 2018 might be a dry one. Here's why you should always be conserving water.
Wednesday marks the state's first manual measurement of the Sierra snowpack. How is the snow in the Sierra Nevada so far this season?
Cal Poly Pomona's almost 70-year history of building award-winning floats...and its future $3.7 million Rose Float Lab and design complex.
We live in a thriving multicultural community that often blends with American traditions. Our listeners share their families' favorite holiday traditions.
Vermonica sat in an ordinary strip mall parking lot, but it preceded one of the most iconic installations in LA. After 24 years and with no notice, it's been moved.
With Thanksgiving expected to be a scorcher this year, we explore some cooler options, including a full Thanksgiving meal...in ice cream form.
This weekend's 17-mile walk demonstrates how to make a city known for its cars more pedestrian-friendly.
Saturday, November 11, is Veterans Day. We reached out to our listeners to ask how they'll be honoring the vets in their life.
"Meals Ready to Eat" aims to bring together the civilian and military communities by using gourmet food inspired by veterans.