March 9, 2014
Ted Gibson’s framing shop has stubbornly stayed in business. It has kept its charm, too.
March 5, 2014
Artist Ramiro Gomez creates paintings of L.A.'s gardeners and janitors, nannies and housekeepers -- the fleet of workers who keep some of the city's most upscale households running smoothly.
January 23, 2014
Israeli musician David Broza hopes that bridging cultures through music can be one small step toward peaceful coexistence.
October 22, 2013
Visit Flickr.com for a photo essay that celebrates images of The Virgin of Guadalupe in all their diversity.
The spirits of ancient Mexican deities may soon reside in Los Angeles, enticed across the border by chef Rocio Camacho.
Melissa Barak, ballet dancer and choreographer, sees dance as L.A.'s "next artistic frontier."
Pablo Alvarado, 46, normally affable and soft-spoken, bristles when he's called the Cesar Chavez of day laborers. Despite his accomplishments as director of the National Day Laborer Organizing Network, he doesn't see himself as a hero.