Tom LaBonge Isn’t Finished Upgrading Griffith Park

The city councilman celebrates the re-opening of Beachwood Canyon’s trail by throwing out a new idea to keep residents and Hollywood Sign-hungry tourists happy

What Will 750K Buy You in WeHo? Two Dog Parks

The duo of green spaces will be part of the new and improved West Hollywood Park, whose design was approved by City Council Monday

When Did Knowing Your Neighbors Become Quaint?

Too often the chance to feel part of a community stops at the garden gates
The Ocean Mesa RV Resort sign

Is Santa Barbara County What People Think About When They Dream of California?

Now 2.5 years into the pandemic and still no haircut, travel writer Ryan Ritchie escapes from L.A. and finds the California dream alive and well in Goleta

Hidden: Four Odd Gems in the Rough

First Jewish Cemetery
From 1855 to 1902, more than 360 people were buried at this site. By 1911 they’d been moved to a graveyard along Whittier Boulevard in East L.A. Take Lilac Terrace and you’ll find a monument and plaque behind the U.S. Naval and Marine Corps Reserve Center.