11 Women Who Are Making L.A. a Better Place
They’re advocates, entrepreneurs, and trailblazers whose work spans from entertainment law to fashion to affordable housing
The Cop Who Became a Robber
Randy Adair was a celebrated LAPD detective. In his retirement, he knocked off banks.
How L.A.’s Most Influential Sushi Chef Redefined Japanese Food
The story of the Nobu revolution
The Last Bento-Ya in Boyle Heights Transports Diners to the Neighborhood’s Past
Otomisan is the last link to Boyle Heights’s days as a Japanese enclave
The Essential Guide to L.A.’s Best Japanese Food
There’s never been a more exciting time to explore the city’s deep roster of Japanese gems
What Percentage of Major Movies Are Filmed in L.A.?
Or, if you work in the biz, maybe not so much
Can We Just Stop with the Whole Charcoal Food Thing Now?
Back away from the briquettes
With Atomic Blonde, Charlize Theron Thrusts Another Dagger into Old Hollywood
The film says a lot about her talent, and more about the future of women on screen
This Is Why The Revitalization of the LA River Is Taking So Long
Some areas slated for parks–like Taylor Yard–are deeply polluted and expensive to clean up
Know Your Streets: Van Nuys Boulevard
Back in the day, there was a lot more wheat. Really, a lot.
Here’s The Story on Those Towers Rising Up by Staples Center
A new luxury development is springing into the South Park skyline
These Female Animators are Redrawing an Industry’s Gender Lines
Women make up 70 percent of CalArt’s animation program but hold just 25 percent of the jobs
Inside the Audacious Plan to Eliminate Traffic Deaths in L.A.
Road diets, ramped-up policing, crosswalks, and more changes are coming
This Photo Essay Captures The Faces of Raw Triumph at the L.A. Marathon
Compelling images of energy and exhaustion to motivate your training for this year’s race
The Chopped Salad Is Having a Moment
4 in L.A. you have to try
Chef Mirko Paderno of Estrella Shares his Favorite L.A. Dishes
This is what a pasta master eats when he’s off-duty
Chinatown’s Lasa is Redefining Filipino Cuisine in L.A.
Plus three more new restaurants to try right now
These 6 Bakers Are Saving L.A.’s Bagel Reputation
Suddenly, L.A. is rolling in great bagels, and our breakfasts have never been better
What Makes the Bolognese Sauce at Rossoblu So Good?
Chef Steve Samson shares his family secrets
How Vespertine and Other Luxury Restaurants Are Blowing up the Fine Dining Playbook
From spaceship-inspired dining rooms to intimate chef’s tables, these L.A. spots are changing the game
Cheap Eats: This Restorative Korean Soup Is the Perfect Rainy Day Meal
Find great bowls for cheap at this refined Koreatown spot