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In the Footsteps of a Killer

Fifty rapes. Ten murders. Two identities. One man. From 1976 to 1986, one of the most violent serial criminals in American history terrorized communities throughout California. He was little known, never caught, and might still be out there. Now a determined investigator, a retired detective, and a group of online obsessives are on the hunt to track him down

The USC Song Girl and The Sea

Once Claudene Christian joined the crew of the Bounty, she got back the joy that she’d found—and lost—in L.A. Then hurricane Sandy struck

The Best New Restaurants of 2012

Our list of the top ten new eateries is finally online!

The Power Playbook for Getting Fit In L.A.

With enough time, money, and sweat, can you achieve an ideal body? Amy Wallace answers that all-too-burning question

The Foo Fighter Who Saved Rock ‘n’ Roll

Dave Grohl wants you to know about the unique machine that made music history. So he made a documentary and got it into the Sundance Film Festival. He also let Los Angeles magazine inside his studio to hear all about it

Steve Edelson, Party of One

He’s been shot, knifed, hounded by police, and shut down by the city. The story of L.A.’s nightlife wouldn’t be the same without Steve Edelson

Eyes on the Ball

It’s powerful yet feminine—and the uniforms are cute. Girls’ club volleyball is exploding in Southern California. But it’s not cheap to chase the dream

Scientology Won’t Set Me Free

Archived: Decades after investigating the Church of Scientology, a journalist investigates what happened to him

Where the Sidewalk Ends

Homemade monuments to those we’ve lost are all over town, built by friends and loved ones as reminders to be careful—and as a way of saying good-bye.
Chris Burden

The Sculptor of Dreams

The man responsible for LACMA's "Urban Light" installation passed away Sunday, May 10. We profiled the prolific sculptor in 2012