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CitySpeak: Toll Lane Transponder

Defining this week’s media buzz-word or phrase Read more...

We'll Always Have Indio: A Look Back at Coachella 2013 in Pictures

Now that both weekends of the musical celebrations have come to an end—and the Wu-Tang bat-wing signs are no longer in sight—experience the revelry one last time. Read more...

My LA To Z: Omar Akram

The L.A.-based piano composer (and the first Afghan American to win a Grammy) fills us in on where to find mind-blowing sushi, organic Persian food, and the perfect spot for romancing your significant other. Read more...

Hand it Over: Officials Would Like Your Unwanted Pills and Firearms

Turn in any unused and unnecessary medications this weekend. Next week, hand in your guns in exchange for as much as $200 in groceries—no questions asked. Read more...

Pounding the Pavement: A Q&A With Urban Hiker Liz Thomas

This self-proclaimed “adventure athlete” urban-hiked from Pasadena to San Pedro. Here she talks about navigating L.A. on foot, the saving grace of hidden neighborhood stairways, and why, sometimes, you’re Better Off Ped. Read more...

L.A. Alum: Sasha Cohen

The champion figure skater and Olympic silver medalist fills out our questionnaire for Angelenos who flew the coop. Read more...

My LA To Z: John C. McGinley

He may be known as the curmudgeonly Dr. Perry Cox on NBC's Scrubs but the down-to-earth John C. McGinley--who plays Dodgers announcer Red Barber in the Jackie Robinson biopic, 42--is just another guy who appreciates “bomb” sushi and a good old fashioned DIY project. Read more...

"Crusade for Collecting" Art Pop-Up Hits Venice

Crusade for Collecting, a grassroots art tour launched by Atlanta art dealer Jennifer Schwartz, is visiting Venice on Saturday. Read more...

So Far, Crime in L.A. Is Down 20 Percent This Year

Overall crime is on the decline for the eighth year in a row. Read more...

My LA To Z: Julie Chang

The New York transplant and Good Day LA entertainment anchor loves her new west coast lifestyle. Here she shares her adventurous side, where to book a late-night spa treatment, and her appreciation for all things Trader Joe’s. Read more...

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