The dean of USC's School of Architecture has big ideas about what L.A. should look like
A new version of pro-development SB 50 gives more control to local municipalities, but many critics remain skeptical of its effects
The developers behind a new high-rise are thinking about downtown’s future and its past
The mayor has focused on pesky but manageable problems: potholes, city computers, parking tickets. Some bigger issues loom
Aaron Paley sits down for a Speak Easy Q&A
Los Angeles has been imagining new ways to get around the city on two wheels. But perhaps nothing today matches the ambition behind a Pasadena millionaire’s turn-of-the-20th-century scheme: a bicycle freeway connecting the Crown City to Los Angeles.
Disneyland's newest theme park will sort out a clash between the past and the future
Before the wrecking balls arrive to make way for a Marriott, a look back at one of L.A.’s finest and most happening restaurants ever
Projections call for work to start in 2016
Councilman David Ryu just rescinded a ”no parking” zone in his district. Will other council members follow suit?