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The 10 Commandments of Writing About L.A.

We asked writers who call our city a touchstone, a refrain, or (simply) home for tips on how to tell our own L.A. stories

Photographer Martin Schoeller’s Newest Subject: L.A.’s Homeless

Survival on the streets as seen through a powerful lens

Hanging Out with Hitmakers Frankie Valli, Micky Dolenz, Herb Alpert, and Michelle Phillips

These music icons never rest. But they do enjoy their downtime

In a Land of Spiritual Seekers, Kundalini Teacher Guru Jagat Is Rising Above Them All

At her RA MA Institute, Jagat fuses ancient knowledge with the digital age

Discovering Mount Wilson Observatory

How a center of astronomy and astrophysics brought a vast and mysterious universe into focus

Thomas Schaller’s Paintings Prove Once and for All That Yes, L.A. Has Seasons

One artist creates a visual narrative of America’s reigning City of Light

Meet L.A.’s New Breed of Kiddo Gourmand

A top chef faces a new generation of foodie: a ten-year-old with a palate that favors coq au vin over cocoa puffs
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Second Glances: Eyewitness Accounts of Significant Moments in L.A.’s Collective History

From a teenager who found himself in the Ambassador kitchen with RFK to the dancer who choreographed opening-day festivities at Disneyland

How Three Pioneering Immigrants Forever Changed the Course—and the Culture—of L.A.

Before Oaxacans would become an engine in L.A.’s restaurant industry, before Koreatown would reshape Mid City, and before Armenian traditions took root in East Hollywood, Asael Gonzalez, Hi Duk Lee, and Kevork Parseghian led the way