L.A.’s Estimated $477 Million Super Bowl: Here Are the Big Winners Off the Field

The NFL's championship promises to drop a windfall worth hundreds of millions on Los Angeles

The Battle Behind L.A.’s First Black-Female Owned Pot Dispensary

Owner Kika Keith tells LA Mag it took nearly five years and a lawsuit against the city for her to be able to open her cannabis shop
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Elon Musk Says He Lives in Texas Now Because of California’s ‘Complacence’

"California has been winning for too long," the billionaire businessman said
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‘It’s Become Life or Death’: Bob Baker Marionette Theater Asks for Help to Survive

The beloved 57-year-old theater is facing extinction due to the COVID-19 shutdown

L.A. Is the Third Worst-Paying Metropolis for Millennials

Being part of the biggest generation of working adults isn't easy—especially in L.A.
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Disney Theme Parks Are Laying Off 28,000 People

In California, Disneyland's prolonged closure has apparently taken a big toll on the amusement behemoth

Casita Del Campo Is Among a Growing List of Small L.A. Businesses Struggling to Survive

Small businesses are the soul of the city, but many are facing extinction amid the pandemic
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A Judge Will Grant a Temporary Stay Requested By Uber and Lyft, Sources Report

A ruling last week found the companies have failed to comply with AB 5, the state’s gig economy legislation
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What Will Be Left of L.A.’s Music Scene After the Pandemic?

Hundreds of performance venues across the country are at risk of permanently closing, including beloved L.A. institutions
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The Chateau Marmont Is Set to Flip to a Private Club

Owner André Balazs says he is likely to rehire few of the property’s laid-off staffers for the new venture