| Feb 8, 2009
An Eastside street corner was alive with mariachis, folklórico dancers and a pumped-up Antonio Villaraigosa on Saturday afternoon as the Los Angeles mayor kicked off his reelection campaign -- and skipped an invitation to face off with a group of his...
| Oct 26, 2008
A selective timeline of modern and contemporary art in the L.A. area
1927 Walter and Louise Arensberg, major patrons of Marcel Duchamp, move from New York to Los Angeles and install their trove of modern art and ethnic artifacts in a Hollywood house that...
| Apr 14, 2008
Business was brisk one recent night as the smell of sizzling carne asada floated from an East Los Angeles taco truck. A row of customers sat on folding chairs, tacos and quesadillas in hand.
Two blocks down Cesar Chavez Avenue, Jesus Huerta's La Tia...
| May 10, 2008
Lysa Flores looks far too stylish to be one of the female voices of East L.A. punk, to borrow the subtitle of an exhibition opening next week at the Claremont Museum of Art. Waiting one cloudy morning recently for a table at a trendy cafe in her Los Feliz...
| May 12, 2008
| 7:26 PM
May 13, 2008
"Bright Shiny Morning" is a terrible book. One of the worst I've ever read. But you have to give James Frey credit for one thing: He's got chutzpah. Two and a half years after he was eviscerated by Oprah Winfrey for exaggerating many of...
| May 16, 2008
The padlock swinging from the gate suggested that there was once something special in this place, something to keep, something to guard. But whatever magic there might have been was long gone by the time Frankie Firme arrived this week, stepping through a...
| Jul 7, 2008
There's a green sheen settling over colleges and universities.
This spring, East Los Angeles College unveiled 5,952 solar panels that generate nearly half of the college's energy.
At Santa Clara University, one building has carpet tiles made of yarn and...
| Dec 27, 2007
| 2:30 PM
The Gold Line extension into East Los Angeles promises to carry development and prosperity into an area long troubled by poverty and blight.
But some business owners along the neighborhood's busy 3rd Street, where a large section of the six-mile, above-...
| Sep 15, 2009
Seventeen years after Bill Clinton and Jerry Brown clashed in the 1992 race for the White House, the former president made clear today that bygones will not be bygones in the 2010 campaign for California governor: Clinton signed on to support Brown...
| Nov 16, 2009
| 8:10 AM
LOS ANGELES -- The new Metro Gold Line extension from downtown Los Angeles to the Eastside opened Monday morning for regular service.
Some 50,000 people took advantage of the offer of free rides along the route Sunday.
And on Saturday, a host of area...
| Jun 7, 2009
Rock stars, Jazzers, Pachucos...they may have grown up somewhere else quaint, like Sandusky, Ohio, or Canada, but they made their mark herelived, created and died here. Music is as much a part of the L.A. legacy as film and television. From the bebop...