There Goes the Neighborhood

With tech’s footprint rapidly expanding, it’s raising property values as well as tensions. There’s the inevitable scrum between the old and the new. For one Venice local, though, it’s more complicated than that

When Seeing is Feeling

A group of pioneers who want to use Virtual Reality to change the way we relate to the world around us

The Rise of Silicon Beach

Ask investors, company heads, and other influentials what makes our tech sector special and they’ll sum it up this way: creativity

The Sister and the Lifers

Father Greg Boyle famously reaches out to gangbangers. Few know Sister Mary Sean Hodges, but her ministry is just as critical—helping men sentenced to life terms reenter the world

Remembering Dave Dutton, and Dutton’s Books

Editor-in-Chief Mary Melton’s farewell to the bookstore and its beloved owner

A Shot In The Dark: The Unknown Story Behind L.A.’s Most Celebrated Photograph

Architect Pierre Koenig’s Case Study House No. 22 was unlike anything ever constructed
Leaving Los Angeles

Leaving Los Angeles

The dream of living here comes at a price. A writer contemplates parting ways with the city he can no longer afford
Ed Rosenthal

Under the Desert Sun

Scant water. Blistering heat. When prominent real estate broker Ed Rosenthal went missing for six days in Joshua Tree one summer weekend, people assumed that he was a goner. They were wrong.