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In Photos: Mickey’s Toontown Returns at Disneyland

Long seen as a dead area of the Anaheim park, it has been completely revamped into a child-friendly haven with multiple green spaces and a reimagining of both Donald and Goofy's homes

Ex-MDC Officer Gets 10-Year Sentence For Rape of Woman in Solitary with Covid-19

Jose Viera pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a female inmate during the pandemic lockdown

Rupert Murdoch Rebounds With Engagement to Ann Lesley Smith

Less than a year after the 92-year-old Fox mogul sliced his marriage with Jerry Hall, he’s now on to the next
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LAMag’s March Madness Picks… For Food To Eat In Or Take Out

Here's where to go to enjoy both the big games and good food during March Madness in Los Angeles.

Studio CIty Is Now Officially Too Cool for L.A. Westsiders

Once known for ubiquitous sushi joints, Ventura Boulevard is now swimming with hip new haunts and the 'hood over the hill is a new boomtown

Ask Chris: Is the “General Hospital” Building Safe For the Unhoused?

The Boyle Heights building seen in the title credits of the ABC soap opera will be converted into 360 new housing units after new seismic standards deem it unsafe

A View One’s Own: This Is the Most Contentious Real Estate Dispute in L.A.

In Los Angeles, gazing from one's window at a city scene commands a hefty premium—at least until the jerks next door block it

L.A. School Service Staff Earning “Poverty Wages” Strike Over Unfair Labor Practices

Without a contract, the 30,000 striking workers—represented by the Service Employees International Union Local 99—have faced a median wage of just $25,000

How I Got That Look: Renaissance Man Ralph Studman

The DJ and clothing designer who sometimes works in art departments on movie sets clearly wears many hats

Cops’ Union Files Complaint Over LAPD Chief’s Release of Data to Anti-Police Group

A sweeping misconduct and negligence complaint against Michel Moore and an administrator comes after 9000 officers' data is made public