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Unveiled: Eric Garcetti’s Official Portrait by Street Artist Shepard Fairey

Cityside Column: L.A.’s 42nd mayor and the man behind the "André the Giant Has a Posse" campaign and iconic Obama ”Hope” poster are ”kindred spirits”

Development and Construction Are Slowly Improving L.A.’s Traffic

Even if they make it worse in the short run

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
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A Documentary Showcasing the Lost Legacy of L.A.’s Only African American Mayor Premieres Next Week

We asked the filmmakers of Bridging the Divide: Tom Bradley and the Politics of Race: Why now?

Pictures That Will Make You Fall Back in Love with Driving in L.A.

These shots, recently on display at Santa Monica’s Craig Krull Gallery, show how the relationship between the city and its cars has evolved

Flights of Fancy Food: 800 Degrees, ink.sack, Border Grill, and Much More

Find the greatest hits of L.A. dining at the new LAX.

DispL.A. Case #47: Tom Bradley Campaign Button

The history of Los Angeles as told through 232 objects.