"Things are just awful right now on so many levels," says one hospitality union rep
As the world grapples with a respiratory illness, the administration lowers air pollution regulations for automakers
Local cannabis retailers are hanging their hopes on delivery and pick-up services
"It feels like Chinatown has really come to a standstill...it's being treated like the epicenter"
As many Realtors call off open houses, the experience of home shopping will look a little different in the coming weeks
Lorena Gonzalez's AB 2149 seeks to snuff out practices that prey on mom-and-pop restaurants—but the tech industry is pushing back
The big move is expected to happen sometime after Labor Day
As technology turns ordering in into the new dining out, many local restaurateurs are slinging food from "ghost kitchens" throughout the city
Just days after staffers announced their intent to unionize, the Wilshire Boulevard museum has closed with "no plans to reopen"
When a staid conglomerate snatched up the app, everyone expected a few bumps. But nobody predicted a counterintelligence investigation by the FBI