What Happened to All Those Fresh & Easy Supermarkets?

From a plastic surgery clinic to a dollar store to a new Japanese market, here's what became of the defunct chain

Environmental Groups Are Suing to Stop Fragile Grasslands from Becoming a Planned City

The lawsuit is just the latest chapter in a decades-long debate over the 6,700-acre Centennial development
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This Is What It’s Really Like to Buy a House in L.A. Right Now

Can a normal person even hope to buy a home in this market?

How Convenient Will Taking the LAX People Mover Be?

Elevators, escalators, and moving sidewalks—but no traffic!
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The New Figueroa Street Bike Lane Tames One of L.A.’s Scariest Cycling Streets

A sneak peek at the ambitious—but hardly seamless—MyFigueroa project
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Here’s What’s Being Done to End L.A.’s Homelessness Crisis

Where your money is going, what steps are being taken, and what's coming next

Inside L.A.’s Dark Network of Deserted Underground Tunnels

Exploring the abandoned railway beneath downtown Los Angeles
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How One Woman Is Fighting Food Insecurity In L.A.’s Low-Income Communities

Through SÜPRMARKT, Olympia Auset wants to bring low-cost organic groceries to the city's food deserts

CityDig: How Baxter Became One of L.A.’s Steepest Streets

From Dead Man’s Curve on Sunset to the impossibly short on-ramps of the Arroyo Seco Parkway, Los Angeles roadways offer many opportunities for white-knuckled motoring. But perhaps none is as terrifying—or as thrill-inducing—as Baxter Street.