A Review of "Notes on Downtown" by writer, photographer and editor Désirée van Hoek.
How activists are protecting black walnut trees to fight gentrification in Los Angeles.
Arts & Culture
Lori Powers and the public art tradition in Los Angeles.
For the chronically ill and people with disabilities, life on the streets and in shelters presents a unique set of challenges.
Mike Davis appreciation, in memory. "Glimpses of a Homegrown Revolutionary." Personal memories about working with Davis.
Will election officials heed lessons for fall’s higher-turnout contests?
Activists came to Jackie Lacey’s house to protest her handling of police violence.
The Los Angeles primary contest for the local district attorney post taps into a national movement to reform local prosecutors' offices.
Mourners gather Monday at the Staples Center to say farewell to the basketball superstar and his 13-year-old daughter.
Jackie Lacey, who oversees the largest prosecutorial office in the nation, has a pattern of neglecting black, brown and poor Angelenos.
The former vice president's first rally in California this election cycle should tell us everything we need to know about his 2020 bid.
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