Roe v Wade Decision Brings Protests Across Southern California

Multiple protests against the overturning of the right to abortion care are set for downtown L.A. and across SoCal

Let’s Stop Pretending That Karen Bass Taking the Mayor’s Race Lead Changes Anything

Cityside Column: The U.S. Rep. will finish first in the primary, but the runoff is a different and uncertain beast than the November election

Why Karamo Brown Wants To Do ‘Real World’ Reunion: Racism and Homophobia

“Let’s just go back and show the world you can grow and if not, I’m at a capacity now to help them grow. Back then, I was not," TV personality tells LAMag

How ‘Queer As Folk’ Star Johnny Sibilly First Reacted to Show’s Mass Shooting Storyline

“I always forget that your body doesn't know that you're acting," actor tells LAMag

Why June Could be the Supreme Court’s Cruelest Month

The highest court in the country has 30 opinions remaining in the last leg of its highly controversial term

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

How Money and Hollywood’s Elite Are Reshaping L.A.’s Mayoral Race

Ask Michael Bloomberg if millions in cash prevent a campaign flame-out. This year, for Karen Bass and Rick Caruso, the optics of association are critical.

Wannabe Montana Rep. Ryan Zinke Has Inconvenient California Address

It’s become an issue in Zilke's nascent Republican primary that his wife owns a choice spread in Santa Barbara, where they apparently live

Disney Culture War: Sen.’s Revenge Law Targets Mickey Mouse Copyright

If the legislation passes, the Mouse House would lose the copyright to Mickey Mouse himself, making the rodent public domain

The Players: An Exclusive Photo Tribute to 30 of L.A.’s Brightest Stars

A trio of top chefs, a transformative pop star, a legendary athlete, drag queens, the Archbishop and—how could we not?—Angelyne. A photographic salute to the characters that make L.A come alive.