Host Steve Chiotakis connects you to the people and places of Southern California.
When restaurants reopen, will people feel comfortable enough to go there to eat?
In Santa Barbara, hungry locals have returned to restaurants. Most are sitting outside in the fresh air, though eating inside is an option too.
Long Beach and Santa Barbara are reopening restaurants for outdoor dining.
Larry Aubry died earlier this month at the age of 86. He’s often referred to as the grandfather of South LA.
At a federal prison along the Central Coast in Santa Barbara County, more than 1,000 inmates and correctional officers have tested positive for COVID-19.
Plans are in the works to restart some major sporting events, sans spectators. But even sports fans are worried that players won’t be able to perform their best without a crowd.
Commercial photographer Robiee Ziegler is now using her camera to document the safer-at-home period in LA.
In a project she calls “ Making Waves ,” Ziegler documents the…
The coronavirus pandemic brought many things to a screeching halt, but people have continued to find outlets for their creativity.
Growing up in LA, musician Mikel Jollett did not have it easy. He escaped from a cult at a young age, and he struggled to maintain a relationship with his father.
Coronavirus is disproportionately affecting people of color across the U.S. in terms of testing, treatment, and death tolls.
When it comes to practicing medicine during Ramadan, Dr.
Workplace design has shifted over the years to more open concepts that foster collaboration and interaction between workers, though the executive suite and coveted corner office still…
Even before COVID-19, securing a place to live in Avalon on Catalina Island was hard. There are no cars, next to no crime, and 360 degree ocean views.
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many Angelenos are sewing face masks as a way to generate income and find a sense of purpose when life feels like it’s coming apart at the seams.
After spending so much time indoors during the coronavirus pandemic, Greater LA host Steve Chiotakis decided to go on more neighborhood walks.
Living just east of the 405, his…
When COVID-19 forced non-essential businesses to close, LA’s fashion industry ground to a halt. Garment factories weren’t churning out t-shirts or dresses anymore.
LA officials have launched a program called “ Slow Streets ,” which temporarily shuts down some residential streets to cars and opens them up to people exercising.
California officials are releasing some inmates in an attempt to reduce COVID-19 contagion behind bars. These former inmates are finding the outside world to be a strange new place.
Orange County had 229 confirmed COVID-19 cases on May 14 — its biggest daily jump so far.
“Four of the top six days for coronavirus cases in Orange County have happened in…
It’s tough to maintain social distance inside jails and prisons. California officials are turning to zero cash bail so some inmates are released early.