Kick Off the Season with the King of Candy-Colored Christmas

Charles Phoenix is Shining Bright

Your Once-a-Year Chance to Go Inside NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab Is Here

It’s one of the hottest tickets in the universe

Above the Surface and Below, L.A. Is Still an Oil Town

The petroleum industry’s influence on L.A. is vast and has shaped life here in unexpected ways—here’s how

What L.A. Life Is Like for a Scientist Who Spends Months Digging Up Dino Bones in Antarctica

The Natural History Museum’s Dr. Nate Smith has played volley at the bottom of the world—but trivia night in Bixby Knolls is cool too

Where Do Movies Get Their Insects? A Look Inside Bugs Are My Business

Spiders and meal worms and bees—oh my
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A Beach Cleanup Crew Is Tracking Which Brands Are Plastic Pollution’s Worst Offenders

The goal is to reduce trash before it ever ends up on our coastlines
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A SoCal Doctor’s Disputed Theory Underpins a Troubling New Anti-Abortion Bill in Oklahoma

Doctors in Oklahoma could be required to tell patients that abortions can be ”reversed”

Here’s Your Chance to Contribute to the World’s Largest Urban Biodiversity Study

By using a free app called iNaturalist, you can help the Natural History Museum conduct important scientific research—and also beat San Francisco in a nature challenge

Why the King Tut Exhibit Coming to L.A. Is the Most Significant to Date

Something big—and old—is coming to the California Science Center