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The Contributor Q&A: Neal Broverman

Neal Broverman edits L.A. Driver, a blog about the most quintessential—and vexing—of L.A. experiences: getting around

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

Developers Keep Out: Part of Laurel Canyon Could Stay Uninhabited Forever

Local residents groups want to buy 17 acres of land for the sole purpose of keeping it open

See a Fool in an Audi Drive Down Laurel Canyon in Reverse

The LAPD is looking for the suspect behind the wheel

Neil Young’s Imaginary Western

The United Sounds of Los Angeles #14: A Canadian folk rocker preserves the sound of Topanga Canyon in the '70s

Excavating Laurel Canyon: Where the Counter Culture Came Crashing to an End

Recent book Children of the Canyon and an exhibit at the Grammy Museum celebrate Laurel Canyon in the '60s and '70s

California Dreamin’: The Sounds of Laurel Canyon, 1965-1977

In the 1960s and ’70s, Laurel Canyon was the soul of the West Coast folk and rock scene

How Jonathan Wilson Accidentally Rebooted the Laurel Canyon Music Scene

Born and raised in North Carolina, Jonathan Wilson made his way to Los Angeles when he was nineteen, hoping to make it big with his bandmates from back home. That didn't happen but Wilson stuck around and became a musician’s musician, making nouveau folk-rock reminiscent of the Woodstock generation.

Best New Restaurant No. 4: Cleo

L.A.’s finest brussels sprouts are found here