The Woman at the Center of Hollywood’s Latest Trade War

Who the hell is Tatiana Siegel? How a tug of war over a scoop-serving scribe set off a civil war in Hollywood’s incestuous media world
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The One: Only Crypto-Curious Investors Can Save Nile Niami’s Bel-Air Monster Mansion Now

The “world’s most expensive home” will be auctioned to the highest bidder next month unless the mega-developer can interest investors in his cryptocurrency plan to rescue The One

L.A.’s Arms Race of the Affluent

From Beverly Hills to Santa Monica, the crime-panicked wealthy are banishing bling and buying guns

Valentina Orellana-Peralta Becomes 1 of 18 LAPD Shooting Deaths This Year

Officers have reportedly shot at least 38 people, 18 fatally —including the shooting Sunday of a man with a knife—in 2021

The Year in COVID: A Look at the Pandemic in L.A. During 2021

A month-by-month rundown of the frightening peaks and the times that life looked almost normal

Gen Z Has Arrived At the Office—And It’s Freaking Everyone Out

The good news is that Zoomers aren’t nearly as entitled on the job as millennials. The bad news? They could really use a hug

Remembering Los Angeles Civic Leaders Who Died in 2021

From philanthropists to a former elected official, some of the city's public figures we lost this year

Jean-Marc Vallée, ‘Dallas Buyers Club’ and ‘Big Little Lies’ Director, Dies at 58

The Oscar-winning filmmaker was found dead this weekend in his cabin outside Quebec City
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Michael Avenatti Says Former Attorney General Bill Barr Personally Sent Him to the Hole

The onetime liberal media hero claims that Trump’s handpicked Attorney General ordered him into a U.S. gulag reserved for the nation’s most dangerous criminals.
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Best and Worst 2021: The Year in Los Angeles Politics

From investigations to elections and a potential recall