Street dance activist Shamell Bell encourages people to use their talents and their voices to inspire social change. For her, that means teaching street dance as a form of protest.
Women Making History Today: Gabrielle Goldstein and Lyzz Schwegler, Cofounders of Sister District Project
I interviewed Gaby Goldstein and Lyzz Schwegler, two of Sister District's founders, about their work to get more Democrats elected to state legislature.
Last year, passes to Arroyo Seco Weekend sold out, and Goldenvoice, the festival’s organizers, seem determined to make sure that happens again. (Sponsored content)
Cocktail expert Maggie Hoffman, author of The One-Bottle Cocktail, shares how to make great drinks at home, even if you only have one bottle of booze.
The Tonga Hut is North Hollywood is still going strong.
Food Forward, a Los Angeles nonprofit, has rescued and donated fifty million pounds of produce, helping to feed hungry people.
Artist Zoe Buckman's sculpture "Champ," a neon uterus with boxing gloves in place of ovaries, will be installed on the Sunset Strip for a full year.
Will listening to hip-hop make you want to try molly? A new study says it might.
A cross-decade, cross-genre playlist featuring the music of powerful female artists.
Once a month, the Bud & Bloom cannabis dispensary in Santa Ana sends a shuttle bus to pick up residents of a local retirement community so they can shop for medical (and recreational) cannabis.
In honor of the Year of the Dog, here's a list of dog-friendly places in Los Angeles where you can spend time with a pup.
If you have strong feelings about how coffee is grown, processed, roasted, ground, and brewed—or even if you just really like drinking it—you belong at CoffeeCon.