Chair of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce's Central Park Coalition
Groaning with traffic and people, Los Angeles is going to hell in a hand basket. Or is it?
Nov. 21, 2006
from Design and Architecture
The LA Dodgers won their first World Series in 32 years, defeating the Tampa Bay Rays in game six on Tuesday night. Fans celebrated in the streets of LA with fireworks.
from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
This week, artists find unique ways to bridge connections in chaotic times.
from Arts & Culture Stories
Good Food celebrates Halloween and the creature comforts that come with fall. Ben Mims explains how to make two of his favorite commercial candy bars at home.
from Good Food
This week on The Treatment, Elvis Mitchell speaks with Emmy-winning actor Jeremy Strong about playing social activist Jerry Rubin in Netflix’s “The Trial of the Chicago 7.”
from The Treatment
Commentator Joe Mathews remembers Jim Ho and Leondra Kruger as high school friends and co-editors of the school newspaper during their days at Polytechnic High School in Pasadena.
from Zócalo's Connecting California
Douglas Stuart’s “Shuggie Bain” is not a book to miss.
Music venues in LA are closed due to the pandemic, so artists have taken their performances to the internet and other creative places.
from Greater LA
Frederick Wiseman's documentary feature, "City Hall," is the latest in a remarkable string of 43 films about cultural and political institutions.
from Film Reviews
Americans today are deeply divided politically and even with an election around the corner that’s unlikely to change anytime soon. So what’s the solution to bridging the gap?
from Life Examined