With the Gannett Co. bid for Los Angeles Times parent tronc Inc. having fallen by the wayside, local eyes have turned to biotech billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong, tronc’s second-largest shareholder, as a potential savior for the institution.
The Southern California Library in South LA preserves historical records that could have been lost.
One family has turned their house green, walls and all.
Guests shared stories about long lives spent in the ever-changing neighborhoods of Watts and South LA.
The Los Angeles Police Department collected 950 weapons in its annual buyback program that gives Angelenos gift cards for guns.
“I know how to draw faces!” Ramiro Gomez insists with a grin, dabbing brown paint onto a glossy white magazine page with a slender brush. Shoulders and arms appear in a coppery sheen, then a head topped with thick black hair. But no face, at least not this time.
Chef Micah Wexler spent months developing the rye bread recipe in his aim for craftsmanship.
An updated report says ethnic minorities comprise a large proportion of residents in California’s most polluted neighborhoods.
Tonight, right after sundown, chef Simon Elmaleh will discard the Passover matzo, set out fine platters laden with leavened, sugary sweets and welcome friends into his home with cries of terbhou ou tseedou, Arabic for “good luck.”
Activists will press for immigration reform and livable wages on May 1, International Workers’ Day.
Ted Gibson’s framing shop has stubbornly stayed in business. It has kept its charm, too.