What's happening in Los Angeles, the good, the bad, the fun to do and the issues.
I’ve always thought the Harbor Freeway after you pass downtown Los Angeles and snake through the old tunnels toward Pasadena is particularly beautiful.
Anyone that cares about eating natural foods and using natural products feels a certain sense of dismay at what the big chain “natural foods” stores have become.
Intolerence in Hollywood actually started in Los Feliz back in 1916 and has since moved to the heart of the Hollywood Walk of Fame at the Hollywood Highland Center.
Perhaps one of the greatest creators of our time was Walt Disney. From his humble beginnings as a cartoonist staying with his uncle in Los Feliz he moved forward to create an empire that has brought joy to billions of people around the world.
LA is a city of contradictions. When I first moved back here, I was dismayed to see how in some communities residents and and businesses would just pile trash on the sidewalks and streets.
I’ve had occasion to be in the Sunland-Tujunga area a few times lately and decided to take a drive through the La Tuna Canyon Wildfire Burn Zone on the way back. Four months after the La Tuna Canyon wildfire, it still presents an erie scene.
While I was down in the Los Angeles Historic Core and Theatre District a month ago, this building caught my attention more than once. It can be seen from various vantage points all over downtown Los Angeles.
No matter how “cool” people think an app that lets them post their iPhone selfies is, or how great it is to be able to devour overwhelming amounts of online content, the magazine stand appears to be a part of Los Angeles culture that is here to stay.
Los Angeles International Airport is the second busiest airport in the United States and one of the largest in the world. In 2016 it handled over 80 million passengers.