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The Second Coming of NPR West

The nation’s largest public radio network invests—again—in L.A. Read more...

Car and Driver

Lyft, Uber, and other app-based auto services are changing how we get from point B to point C in L.A. Read more...

Ground Control

In his last column for the magazine before his untimely death, Mark Lacter checks in on Ontario, which was supposed to be LAX’s sister. That plan, and its failure, says a lot about the cost of flying high in L.A. Read more...

Company Town

You hear the complaint all the time: Los Angeles is inhospitable to business. But is it? Sifting myth from reality Read more...

Sharper Image

Looking for a shift or stylish pumps? L.A.-based web entrepreneurs want to change the way you shop for fashion Read more...

The Battle Will Be Televised

With so much competition, why does L.A.’s big cable provider, Time Warner, charge so much? Read more...

The New Frontier

Long a contested plot of beach-adjacent land, Playa Vista is coming into its own as a magnet for tech firms Read more...

The Big Picture

Movie theaters are struggling to stay relevant in an industry that is ever more dependent on blockbusters Read more...

Buyer’s Market

Flush with foreign capital, L.A. has become a hot spot for Chinese investors Read more...

Space Cadets

A region that helped power the rocket age is back in the game Read more...
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