Meet George Stanley, Sculptor of the Academy Award

Plus, a guide to finding his artworks around Los Angeles

Psst: 5 Off-Menu Dishes to Order Now

These days a restaurant’s honest-to-goodness regulars can be hard to distinguish from its Twitter followers, but it’s safe to say that if you’ve heard of the staff-only Oaxaca sandwich at Tender Greens, you’re on the inside track

Ever Notice These 6 L.A. Buildings That Look Like What They Were?

You can still spot programmatic architecture in L.A., if you keep your eyes peeled

L.A.’s Hidden Canyon Life

A few things Amy Wallace has seen during her 18 years of hiking in Runyon Canyon. PLUS: Where to find labyrinths around town

Udder Deliciousness: Tasting L.A.’s Secret Spiked Chocolate Milk

The breakfast of champions—and hardworking cowhands—will start off your morning with a kick

CityDig: This 1947 Map Shows Where Black Angelenos Swam and Relaxed in the Days of Segregation

The cartogram depicts Val Verde, an out-of-the-way resort town created by Los Angeles' African-American residents

L.A.’s Hidden Art & Culture

From an eye-opening cemetery to a jaw-dropping dinosaur den to a house of Duesenberg worship, let the horizon broadening begin