Closed For Now: What the Government Shutdown Means For Los Angeles

Sure, your West Elm catalog and 20% off coupon for Bed Bath and Beyond were delivered in yesterday’s mail, but the first government shutdown in 17 years is taking effect here in Southern California.

STUMPED: 28-Year-Old Fred Sutton Would Love To Serve You, West L.A.

A Q&A with the youngest candidate running to represent District 11

People Who Aren’t Up Early to Work Out Aren’t Into the Fitness Classes Being Held in Silver Lake Meadow

A gripe over the commercial use of public green space, which began in Santa Monica’s Palisades Park last year, has made its way across the city

The Idea Drop: Treating the City of L.A. Like a Start-Up

The Goldhirsh Foundation's Shauna Nep tells us why Abhi Nemani, L.A.'s new 25-year-old chief data officer, is worth talking about

New Legislation to Stamp out Fraud in California Farmers Markets

What local farmers think about the new law

Party Line: Happy Election Day Kathy Griffin!

What are the comedian’s Election Day traditions? Doing her homework and party planning

A “Printing Error” Made Election Day a Pain for Lots of L.A. Voters

The County Clerk is trying to figure out why 120,000 people were left off voter rolls

Why Local Political Commercials Are a Special Kind of Terrible

When there’s so little available information, and you need so few votes to win, it’s easy to swing an election

Staying on Message with the First Lady

How Agoura Hills’ Lauren Vrazilek helped Michelle Obama break the mold

Mad Props: What to Know Before You Vote… About Prop 1

Can a more than $7 billion bond solve the state's water problem?