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The Palomino: An Oral History

The Valley’s legendary honky-tonk played host to country music’s brightest stars Read more...

The New Age of Marianne Williamson

Can the best-selling self-help guru persuade Angelenos to send her to Washington? Read more...

Track Star

Union Station is turning 75. It’s never looked better—or been busier Read more...

My Favorite Decade: 7 Angelenos Who Live Forever in the Past

This stylish group uses fashion as a way to relive history Read more...

Escape from Cuba: Yasiel Puig's Untold Journey to the Dodgers

The shocking saga of Major League Baseball's most controversial player Read more...

Escape de Cuba: El Viaje Nunca Antes Contado de Yasiel Puig a Los Dodgers

La impactante historia del jugador más polémico de las Grandes Ligas de béisbol Read more...

The Hugo Problem

He was L.A.’s most prominent male feminist, a professor of gender studies who used his online presence to burnish his reputation. Then Hugo Schwyzer’s bad behavior—sex with students, substance abuse, and a chilling act of violence—came to light, and Twitter took him down Read more...

Downfall

Sheriff Lee Baca fancied himself a visionary. His number two, Paul Tanaka, considered himself a force to be reckoned with. Together they allowed one of the nation's most powerful law enforcement agencies to drift into a morass of scandal that compelled both to retire. How did things get so bad? Read more...

Can you Dig it? Yes You Can.

Zuade Kaufman and Robert Scheer launched truthdig in 2005 to report the news that too rarely makes headlines. Now they have another goal: figuring out how to survive Read more...

When The World Goes Dark

Kem Nunn got California’s attention with the surf noir masterpieces "Tapping the Source" and "The Dogs of Winter." Their message? Life can unravel with the slightest of tugs. In his latest novel, "Chance," he reaches new heights of anxiety Read more...
 
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