The Dead Sea Is Dying

The Salton Sea wasn’t intended to exist. Is that a reason to let it die?

Q&A: Paul Koretz on the Real Problem with McMansions

The councilman who banned puppy mills from Los Angeles is out to protect homeowners from each other

Escape to a Mid-Century Modern Weekend

A party, exhibition, and documentary films take you back to 1950s and '60s Los Angeles

Wilshire Boulevard Will Truly Be a Multi-Modal Street (In a Decade)

With a commitment from the feds, L.A.'s main drag takes a big leap forward

L.A.’s Most Iconic Mid-Century Bowling Alley Has Closed

Covina Bowl shut down for good this weekend; the building's future is uncertain

How L.A. Works: Parking Violations

You can park, but you can't hide

CityDig: Prejudice and Racism in 1940s Los Angeles

This map offers a sad glimpse into our history of discrimination and disenfranchisement

L.A.’s First Urban Fruit Trail Has Been Vandalized

All but a few of the trees planted in Lafayette Park by children were destroyed last night

Waiting Impatiently for Figueroa Street’s Ambitious Upgrade

Two years late, Fig 2.0 will eventually look like no other boulevard in the city