los angeles teachers strike

As January 10 Approaches, L.A. Teachers Explain Why They Support the Strike

An LAUSD veteran and a newbie to the profession describe packed classes and scant resources
Tom Bradley

A Documentary Showcasing the Lost Legacy of L.A.’s Only African American Mayor Premieres Next Week

We asked the filmmakers of Bridging the Divide: Tom Bradley and the Politics of Race: Why now?

A $1 Trillion Infrastructure Plan Is in the Works: Here’s How to Make It a Success

A letter to the president from Charles Marohn, an expert on urban design

Park Central

Once shy of green space, L.A. is now blooming with urban sanctuaries large and small
Civic Leaders

Less Bike Lanes, More Jobs: 100 Civic Leaders Ponder L.A.’s Future

Tuesday's Future of Cities event was an epic meeting of the minds

Hidden Figures Screenwriter Will Speak at L.A. March for Science

Scientists, business execs, activists, and politicians round out speaker lineup

Garcetti to De Blasio: Get Ready to Sing “I Love L.A.”

The Los Angeles Kings weren’t the only winners Friday night

Jeff Sessions Spoke in Sacramento and State Leaders Have a Lot to Say About It

Gov. Brown describes the DOJ’s "sanctuary states" lawsuit as a "war against the state of California"

Curtain Call: Linda Ronstadt Talks Immigration, Sexism, and Stem Cell Research

Battling Parkinson’s disease might have halted her singing career, but it hasn’t stopped her from speaking her mind

How Waves of Latino Immigration Turned a Purple State Blue

The political impact of our changing demographics