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Stories by Lori Galarreta
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.
In recent years, Día de los Muertos or Day of the Dead, has become more and more popular. But now that it's mainstream, will it survive as its own distinct holiday?
Just who is this new cat?
From a singing specter in Griffith Park to a malevolent spirit in Koreatown, Angelenos told us their spookiest – and true – stories.
Haunting stories about LA include an original gangster connection to Crossroads of the World and the La Brea Tar Pits' unlikely occult roots.
When it comes to protecting yourself against air pollution, not all masks are created equal. A Martinez tested five masks to find out which one is most effective.
The many fires blazing in the state's northern region have burned nearly 170,000 acres. Evacuations have been chaotic and the emergency alert system might be at fault.
The 50,000 square-foot space boasts three studios, two control rooms and other amenities designed to make gaming more of a spectator sport.
Walk almost anywhere in L.A. and you'll see signs of those struggling with homelessness. A new photo series strives to get their message out.
The new site of the border wall prototypes is expected to draw protest numbers on the same scale as those of the Dakota access pipeline.