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What Was with the Puddle of Tar Oozing onto the Sidewalk on Wilshire Boulevard?

The Bureau of Street services has been at work for weeks cleaning up a primordial mess in Miracle Mile—should Angelenos be concerned?
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A Mammoth Makeover Is Coming to the La Brea Tar Pits

At 38,000 years old, we thought it looked great for its age
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Miracle Mile Is an L.A.-Set Apocalypse Love Story for the Ages

Thirty years later, a movie about impending nuclear fallout feels a little too fresh

La Brea Tar Pits Museum Bracing for a Flood of Fossils This Summer

As work on the purple line progresses this summer, the La Brea Tar Pits staff are bracing for a flood of fossil finds

Los Angeles Walk to End Genocide

For the tenth year running, Angelenos will gather to raise awareness and funds to fight genocide around the world

10 Awesome Things To Do In L.A. This Weekend, 4/15

Celebrate Shakespeare Day at The Huntington, head north for the Downtown Burbank Arts Festival, or catch a screening of The Jungle Book

How L.A. Works: Coyotes

While they still need natural space to raise their young, coyotes are seasoned city dwellers. Here’s how they roam

Jurassic Park

Marveling at the wonders of the Natural History Museum, in 1928 and now

Sticking Point

The La Brea Tar Pits make up the richest Ice Age fossil site in the world and have been excavated since the early 20th century. We peek into the depths of a prehistoric attraction