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Scott Gillen takes pride in his New Castle in Malibu. Photo by Frances Anderton. In the very time that residential space in L.A.
Sep. 11, 2018
from Design and Architecture
As California gears up to reopen in mid-June, the prospect of returning to the office is creating anxiety for the workforce that was forced to work from home due to the COVID-19…
from Greater LA
Documentarian Cullen Hoback maxed out his credit cards in his quest to unmask the person behind the pro-Trump QAnon conspiracy theory.
from The Business
Wayne Koestenbaum’s first book of short fiction, “The Cheerful Scapegoat,” is a spectacularly odd and original collection of whimsical, surreal, baroque, ribald, and heartbreaking…
David Lynch Theater Presents: Weather Report for April 5, 2021.
from David Lynch Theater Presents: Weather Report
For years, LA native Cassandra Violet separated her dual identities as a high school teacher and a singer-songwriter.
from Music News
The hero of "Moffie" is a closeted gay conscript in the South Africa of 1981. In addition to the killing arts, he and his fellow draftees are trained in racism and homophobia.
from Film Reviews
Two recent stories from “The Hollywood Reporter” examine the toxic work environment in Hollywood.
from Hollywood Breakdown
The City of LA fenced off Echo Park Lake more than a week ago, forcing roughly 200 unhoused people living there to leave.
from Greater LA
A decade and-a-half ago, a relatively obscure tech entrepreneur with a passion for education reform was rejected for a second term as head of the California School Board over his…
from Zócalo's Connecting California