The Daily Show’s Roy Wood Jr. Wants New LA Installation To Move To The Home of Ted Cruz

The installation pays “tribute to the heroes” most responsible for inciting the violent, anti-democratic riots of January 6th, 2021 including Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and Tucker Carlson

Eve Babitz’s Hollywood Ending

The Eve Babitz revival was in full swing when she died just days before the passing of fellow West Coast literary legend Joan Didion. In this Los Angeles exclusive, Babitz’s family and friends recall the swaggering prose and lust for life that defined "L.A.’s Colette."

How Marty and Elayne Became Stars Among the Stars

For four decades, the couple performed their lounge act at the Dresden, slowly becoming as famous as the celebrities who gathered there to hear them

The History of Coach Clarence Mackey Jr. and the Watts Olympics

Son of Mackey recalls to LA Mag how his late father, a former UCLA star player, organized the sporting event

Inside the World of Venice Beach’s Legendary Basketball Courts

Pro ballers come from all over the world come to shoot hoops on the courts. But it’s the locals who are superstars

Bewitched: My Close Encounter With the Oracle of L.A.

”I felt confident that, as far as witches go, Amanda was the real deal.”
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The Griffith Park Merry-Go-Round Makes Its Return

Readers Ask Chris about local 9/11 memorials, and more
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The Many Lives (and Names) of Chicano Icon Rubén Guevara

A new documentary traces the journey of an L.A. legend who's influenced generations of Latino/a artists and musicians
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‘The Vivian Maier Effect’: An Artist’s Unearthed Photos Reveal a Bygone L.A.

The new four-volume book KALI Ltd. Ed. chronicles Joan Archibald’s transformation from Long Island housewife to elusive artist
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‘This Is Your Land’: L.A. Removes Father Serra’s Name from DTLA Park

The park's renaming is one of a handful of initiatives the city is pursuing to reckon with wrongs against Indigenous people